John Blaine


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"John Blaine" was a pseudonym of Harold Leland Goodwin and Peter J. Harkins.

Average rating: 3.95 · 1,564 ratings · 136 reviews · 42 distinct works
The Rocket's Shadow (A Rick...

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Sea Gold (A Rick Brant Elec...

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The Egyptian Cat Mystery

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3.64 avg rating — 152 ratings — published 1961 — 17 editions
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The Wailing Octopus (A Rick...

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The Caves of Fear (A Rick B...

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The Golden Skull (A Rick Br...

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The Scarlet Lake Mystery

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4.01 avg rating — 108 ratings — published 1958 — 10 editions
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More books by John Blaine…
The Rocket's Shadow The Lost City Sea Gold 100 Fathoms Under The Whispering Box Mystery The Phantom Shark Smugglers' Reef
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The Boy Scouts in Europe The Boy Scouts in Italy The Boy Scouts in Turkey The Boy Scouts in England The Boy Scouts in Servia The Boy Scouts in Germany The Boy Scouts in Russia
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“A good beginning means a good book.”
John Blaine

“But he's nice," Barby objected.

Tom Bishop smiled without humor. "Most pleasant and interesting man I ever knew was a burglar.”
John Blaine, The Phantom Shark

“Rick and Scotty, who had heard Australian slang before from Digger Sears, one-time mate of the Tarpon, broke into chuckles.

"I'd better translate," Scotty said, "'Lord stone the crows' is just an expression. Oscar Ashe is hard cash. Yakka is hard work. And dinkum oil is gospel truth.”
John Blaine, The Phantom Shark

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