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The Case of the Double Trouble Detectives (Jigsaw Jones Mystery #26)

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Looking for intriguing mysteries, great friendship stories, and quality chapter books for beginning readers? Look no further: Jigsaw and Mila are the best detectives on the market!

There's a new detective in town . And two detectives mean double trouble! But Reginald Pinkerton Armitage III is nothing like Jigsaw. He uses fancy gadgets and a charming attitude to get his work
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Paperback, 96 pages
Published February 1st 2005 by Scholastic Paperbacks
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Tricia
Mar 29, 2009 Tricia rated it liked it
Recommends it for: fans of Geronimo Stilton or Cam Jansen
There's a new private eye in town - and he's the richest boy in town, so his collection of high-tech gadgets and tools is bound to take business away from Jigsaw and Mila - or is it? Never discount the power of hard work and faithful friends!

Read this to my kindergartener (after his 3rd grade brother finished it). They both like mysteries, and they like that this detective (Jigsaw Jones) is a young boy.
Evelynn
I think this was the best Jigsaw Jones book in the whole series.

From what I remember, this new kid moves into the same town where Jigsaw lives, and he claims he's a detective too - only with lots of expensive spy/detective equipment. As another Goodreads reviewer said, it was a "good book to drive the point home that gadgetry and wealth do not a great detective make."
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Dec 23, 2010 Ethan rated it it was amazing
In this book, Reggie, Jigsaw's friend, wants to be a super spy, but the things he uses are only toys. So Jigsaw tells him that they're only toys. He doesn't believe Jigsaw and he tells everyone he really is a detective. One time, someone hires him and he actually solves the case!
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Good book to drive the point home that gadgetry and wealth do not a great detective make.
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James Preller (born 1961) is the children's book author of the Jigsaw Jones Mysteries, which are published by Scholastic Corporation. He grew up in Wantagh, New York and went to college in Oneonta, New York. After graduating from college in 1983, James Preller was employed as a waiter for one year before being hired as a copywriter by Scholastic Corporation, where he was introduced (through their ...more
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