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  2. Judy Bolton Series - Wikipedia

    The Judy Bolton Mystery Series, written by Margaret Sutton, follows a realistic young woman who solves mysteries. Although the series was not quite as popular as Nancy Drew, Judy Bolton has been called a more complex and believable role model for girls.

  3. Murder Most Unladylike - Wikipedia

    Murder Most Unladylike is a 2014 children's mystery novel by British-American author Robin Stevens. It follows two schoolgirls in 1930s England solving their first murder mystery and is the first book in the 'Murder Most Unladylike' series.

  4. List of female detective/mystery writers - Wikipedia

    The following is a list of female writers in the detective and mystery genres. This is a dynamic list and may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. You can help by adding missing items with reliable sources. A-C [ edit] Megan Abbott (born 1971) Christine Adamo (born 1965) Deborah Adams

  5. Vicki Barr Flight Stewardess Series - Wikipedia

    Vicki Barr Flight Stewardess Series Vicki Barr is a popular mystery series for girls published by Grosset & Dunlap from 1947 to 1964. Helen Wells (1910–1986) wrote volumes #1-4 and 9-16, and Julie Campbell Tatham (1908–1999), the creator of Trixie Belden, wrote volumes #5-8. List of titles [ edit] See also [ edit] Children's literature portal

  6. Ginny Gordon - Wikipedia

    Ginny Gordon is the main character in a series of five mystery books for adolescent girls published by the Whitman Publishing Company of Racine, Wisconsin [1] from 1948 to 1956. The books were written by Julie Campbell Tatham, writing as Julie Campbell. Margaret Jervis was the illustrator.

  7. List of female detective characters - Wikipedia

    Vicki Barr, flight stewardess, is the heroine in a series of 16 mystery books for girls, published 1947–1964, by Helen Wells and Julie Campbell Tatham. Hercule Barton (エルキュール・バートン Erukyūru Bāton?), named after Hercule Poirot, is one of four girl detectives at the Milky Holmes Detective Agency. Her special gift ("Toy") is superhuman strength.

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