This series is fun and creative with good writing for the reading level. There is not a lot of moral or educational value, but I found nothing objectionable in the two books in the series that I read. Other reviewers have said that the first books in the series are the best, as the later ones are more modern and hip, and, while still appropriate, lose some of their charm. Here are the first nine in the series of 29: Boy Detective (#1), The Case of the Secret Pitch (#2), Finds the Clues (#3), Gets His Man (#4), Solves Them All (#5), Keeps the Peace (#6), Saves the Day (#7), Tracks Them Down (#8), Shows the Way (#9).
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