Bob Dexter and the Storm Mountain Mystery
by Willard F. Baker
Publisher: Cupples & Leon Company 1925
Number of pages: 304
Bob Dexter, young as he was, had been through too many strenuous experiences to be turned aside at the thought of a dead man. Besides, this was right in the line of Bob's ambition, if you get my meaning. That is, he had fully determined to become a detective, and here seemed right at hand a mystery that needed solving.
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