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ISBN:
1417909242
Author:
Alice B. Emerson
Category:
Mystery
Language:
English
Publisher:
Kessinger Pub Co (April 30, 2004)
Pages:
216 pages
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The Betty Gordon books were an early Stratemeyer Syndicate series, published under the pseudonym Alice B. Emerson. Edward Stratemeyer created the series and wrote plot outlines, but the books themselves were written by a number of ghostwriters. Josephine Lawrence wrote the first four volumes in the series, as well as volumes 7 and 9. Titles 5 and 6 were written by W. Bert Foster; number 8 by Elizabeth M. Duffield Ward; and numbers 10 through 15 by Eunice W. Creager.

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Betty Gordon and her friends enjoy Christmas vacation with the Littell family in Washington. While Betty is shopping one day, she meets a girl named Ida Bellethorne, who works in a store. Betty loses a locket while in the store, and Ida gives it to the owner of the store. When Betty goes to the store again to ask about the locket, the store owner pretends that nothing was found and tells Betty that Ida Bellethorne has gone away. Much troubled, Betty wonders whether Ida could have found her locket and kept it for herself.

Betty Gordon was an orphan, her mother having died in March (it was now June) and her father two years before. She had reached the end of the long row and had stood up to rest her back when she saw some one leaning over the white picket fence. The twelve-year-old girl had to her knowledge but one single living relative in the world, her father's brother, Richard Gordon. Betty had never seen this uncle. Probably wants a drink of water," thought Betty, crossing the strip of garden and grass to ask him, after the friendly fashion of Pineville folk. I've never seen him before.

1927. Illustrated. Another series from the author of Ruth Fielding, this one featuring Betty Gordon. Alice B. Emerson is one of the Stratemeyer Syndicate pen names. Contents: A Disagreeable Woman; The Wreck; A Well Deserved Lesson; The Snake; Brisket and Gold; The Pearl Necklace; Missing; The Chief of Police; Questions and Answers; Mrs. Hiller's Story; The Mystery Deepens; Betty Makes a Discovery; Betty's Dilemma; Betty's Decision; Accused; Mrs. Hillar Proves a Friend; Mr. Hammon Takes a Hand; Bob is Expected; A Discovery; Richard Gordon Arrives; Overheard; The Chase; The Picnic; The Real Thieves; and The Mystery Solved. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.