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House of Danger

ISBN-10: 1933390069
ISBN-13: 9781933390062
Edition: 2005
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Description: WILL THE HOUSE OF DANGER BE YOUR BIGGEST CASE EVER? OR WILL IT BE YOUR LAST? You are an accomplished young detective with several tough cases under your belt. Then comes a case that is as difficult as it is frightening. An anonymous caller begs for  More...

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Book details

List price: $6.99
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Chooseco LLC
Publication date: 5/1/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 108
Size: 4.25" wide x 7.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 8.998
Language: English

WILL THE HOUSE OF DANGER BE YOUR BIGGEST CASE EVER? OR WILL IT BE YOUR LAST? You are an accomplished young detective with several tough cases under your belt. Then comes a case that is as difficult as it is frightening. An anonymous caller begs for help. But before you can find out more, the line goes dead..." The phone rings again, and this time you are ready. "Hello," you say. "Help, I need your hel-l-l-lp...." "Who are you?" you ask. "What is your name?" "I?m scared," the voice says. "They?re after me..." Click. The phone goes dead again. In the few seconds that have passed, your telephone-tracing device has already found the number of the other phone as well as the name and address of its owner: 555-7259, HENRY MARSDEN, 1100 HEDGE BROOK If you decide you should go immediately to 1100 Hedge Brook, turn to page 4. If you decide to give your friends Ricardo and Lisa a chance to call back, turn to page 14. YOU choose what happens next!

R. A. Montgomery was born in Connecticut in 1936. He graduated from Williams College and attended graduate school at Yale University and New York University. In 1975, he co-founded Vermont Crossroads Press to publish books for young readers. In 1977, the Choose Your Own Adventure series started when he published Ed Packard's interactive children's book Sugarcane Island. He wrote the second book in the series, Journey Under the Sea, using the pen name Robert Mountain. After selling his interest in the publishing house, he took the series to Bantam, where he, Packard, and others wrote the books. In 2000, Bantam stopped publishing new books in the series. In 2003, Montgomery and his wife founded Chooseco, which re-launched the series. He wrote over fifty books for the series including Gus vs. the Robot King, which was published in September 2014. He died on November 9, 2014 at the age of 78.

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