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I'm very glad to see these coming back into "print" (and hope the first volumes make it here soon). I read about half the series as a kid, they were more "restrained" than Tom Swift, Jr. (fewer inventions, for example) and were fun since Ric's base was an island off of New Jersey (where I grew up and still live).

Mysterious goings-on on the Jersey shore. Even better than that stupid reality series!
08/11/2010
Hilarious stuff, especially for anybody who has ever "roughed it" (even with today's equipment). I went camping this weekend and had brought this book along. We set up in the pouring rain, went to bed wet, and woke up to sunshine. When I started reading this, I couldn't stop laughing from Jerome's descriptions of various bits. The pineapple tin is priceless!
07/25/2010
Christine Benedict - Award Winning Mystery Thrillers
FEATURED AUTHOR - Christine Benedict studied creative writing at Baldwin Wallace and Cleveland State Universities. Her short stories have been finalists for Perigee Publication for the Arts, The Fish Short Story Prize, and an honorable mention in Glimmer Train Press. As our Author of the Day, she tells us about her book, Anonymous. Please give us a short introduction to what Anonymous is about. In the mystery thriller Anonymous, Debra Hamilton faces the fear of inheriting her mother’s mental illness when her… Read more