The Pirate's Blood and Other Case Files: Saxby Smart, Private Detective: Book 3
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In this third volume of the Saxby Smart: Private Detective series, Saxby solves three more daunting cases: The Pirate’s Blood, The Mystery of Mary Rogers, and The Lunchbox of Notre Dame. With the help of his Thinking Chair (located in his headquarters/parents’ tool shed), his sharp mind, and his two best friends, Saxby proves once again that age makes no difference when it...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published August 7th 2012 by Square Fish (first published May 10th 2011)
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Nik
I read “Saxby Smart in the Pirates blood and other case files”. It is a mystery because it is not a drama or a comedy or tragedy. Saxby Smart was looking for the exhibits pirate blood at the museum. The crooks stole it by cutting the floor board knowing there was a cellar. Saxby knew how to get in because there was traces of saw dust. They stole it probrobly because there was a lot of gold in the exhibit. I liked it when there was gasps of disbelief because he was brave and confident. I think it...more
Hilary
In the third volume of the “Saxby Smart: Private Detective” series, Saxby solves three cases: “The Pirate’s Blood,” “The Mystery of Mary Rogers,” and “The Lunchbox of Notre Dame.”

Saxby’s school trip to Paris finds him involved in several mysteries. With the aid of his two best friends, he is able to solve the crimes, despite his youth. . Young detectives will enjoy matching wits in a race to crack the cases involving hidden treasure, a string of break-ins where nothing is stolen, and a rare com...more
Handd51
I just didn't like this one - over simplistic and flat.
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