The Mystery of the Wandering Caveman (The Three Investigators, #34)
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The Mystery of the Wandering Caveman (The Three Investigators #34)

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Three young sleuths investigate the disappearance of a caveman's bones from a museum and uncover skulduggery at a science foundation.
Paperback, 183 pages
Published August 12th 1982 by Random House Books for Young Readers
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Robert
Kembali bernostalgia di masa-masa SMP. Saya ingat sekali potongan cerita mengenai "Misteri Manusia Gua" ini pernah nongol di buku paket Bahasa Indonesia SMP saya untuk bagian cerita terjemahan. Jadi, jauh sebelum Julia Perez eksis, saya sudah mengenal nama "Jupe" dari singkatan Jupiter Jones, ketua sekaligus anggota Trio Detektif tercerdas, di antara Pete dan Bob. Jupe digambarkan sebagai anak yang jenius, Pete merupakan anak jangkung yang atletis, sementara Bob adalah anak yang cermat dan telit...more
Elizabeth S
Another solid three investigators mystery. This time the boys don't have an official client, but investigate to satisfy curiosity. For some reason, the three investigators books by Carey often have unstable females in them. In other books there was a bossy, demanding, illogical girl. In this book we have a young woman who seems to burst into tears at every possible moment. I've been told that Carey is a female writer, so perhaps the intention is to introduce female characters into a the series....more
Charles
I read this one when I was grown up and it wasn't very good. It's a different author from some of the others, though, so I'm not sure whether it's age or author that led me to enjoy it less than the ones I read when I was young.
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Also known as Mary V. Carey
Personal: Born May 19, 1925, in New Brighton, England; brought to the United States in 1925, naturalized citizen in 1955; daughter of John Cornelius (an engineer) and Mary Alice (Hughes) Carey. Home address in 1993 was 3748 Birch St., Ventura, CA.

Ms Carey passed away in 1994.

Education: College of Mount St. Vincent, B.S., 1946.

Religion: Roman Catholic

Career: Coronet, New...more
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