• Title: The Mystery at Rustlers' Fort
  • Author: Troy Nesbit
  • ISBN: 9780911760330
  • Page: 468
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Mystery at Rustlers Fort An original Whitman Classics from the s by author Troy Nesbit aka Frank Folsom THE MYSTERY AT RUSTLER S FORT is one in a series of children s mystery books In this edition the protagonist is Phi
    An original Whitman Classics from the 1950 s by author Troy Nesbit aka Frank Folsom THE MYSTERY AT RUSTLER S FORT is one in a series of children s mystery books In this edition, the protagonist is Phil McKenney who finds adventure and mystery while on a camping trip with his family in the Southwest of Arizona near the Grand Canyon While in the campground, Phil discovAn original Whitman Classics from the 1950 s by author Troy Nesbit aka Frank Folsom THE MYSTERY AT RUSTLER S FORT is one in a series of children s mystery books In this edition, the protagonist is Phil McKenney who finds adventure and mystery while on a camping trip with his family in the Southwest of Arizona near the Grand Canyon While in the campground, Phil discovers that other people have found uranium using geiger counters near the Vermilion Cliffs near the Colorado River As Phil s family draws closer to their destination at Rustler s Fort, a strange mystery begins to emerge Have they come too far to escape safely with their lives Those familiar with Whitman s glossy cover and great original retro prints will no doubt appreciate this beautiful children s item from the past.

    One Reply to “The Mystery at Rustlers' Fort”

    1. Wooo doggie, I sure did love these cellophane-cover-wrapped Whitman Publishing books written during the 1950's and 60's. This particular book belonged to my older brother, and while I'd be willing to bet the farm he never cracked it open, I'm sure I read it enough times for both of us.Packed with adventure, danger, and natural and historical observations, the books written by the prolific and multi-nom-de-plumed Nesbit were always page turners, always entertaining, and always wish-fulfillment fo [...]

    2. This was a little bit better than the usual Whitman book. The location was nice and I really liked the character Phil. The dad who is known as Chief is a jerk. Honestly if you make your kids call you chief, then you're a douche. It was super annoying when there was evidence of an intruder at their campsite. The boys tent had been halfway tore down and there were boot prints. The dad talked down to them saying it was a deer and when they say what about the foot prints he says they're not to talk [...]

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