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Mary Eliska Girl Aviatrix: Aviatrix Air Mystery Stories Book 2

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Mary Eliska Girl Aviatrix: Aviatrix Air Mystery Stories Book 2

by William Stricklin

Our heroine in these two volumes which total 18 chapters, Mary Eliska Girl Detective Girl Aviatrix, is a well-off young lady whose grandfather Albert Stricklin is a newspaper publisher in Piedmont, California, who supports her as a reporter for his paper The Piedmont Star, aware that she likes to dabble in detective work. Flying in her airplane and driving her jalopy “Calamity Jane”, Mary Eliska joins with her three best friends: nieces Jacqueline Gray (“Jax”) and Marlow Ray, and nephew news photographer Liam McAdam to solve the occasional case out of curiosity and sometimes to earn money separately from her family. Mary Eliska Girl Detective Girl Aviatrix gives life to my daughter born sixty years ago, March 10, 1963, whose life was cut short in Clifton Springs New York September 12, 1963. She has charming manners, oscillates between tomboyishness and a feminine ideal. She knows law and manifests moral righteousness. Often she wears enviable dresses. Mary Eliska’s detective stories and unsolved mysteries I have re-written from the public domain tales by Carolyn Keene (always a pseudonym), Anna Katharine Green, Mildred Augustine Wirt Benson, Frances Crane, and anonymous writers about Penny Parker, Mary Louise, Nancy Drew, and others. Please enjoy reading all 18 chapters of “Mary Eliska Girl Aviatrix.

This is a book of about a girl and her marvelous accomplishments in the air. Fictional Mary Eliska Girl Detective Girl Aviatrix is a heroine of modern times. The book concentrates on the efforts of the girls and women who, like their male counterparts, have obtained wonderful results in the air. She wins an airplane by means of her remarkable air feats, and keeps the reader tense with excitement from cover to cover.

Mary Eliska Girl Aviatrix: Aviatrix Air Mystery Stories Book 2

by William Stricklin

Our heroine in these two volumes which total 18 chapters, Mary Eliska Girl Detective Girl Aviatrix, is a well-off young lady whose grandfather Albert Stricklin is a newspaper publisher in Piedmont, California, who supports her as a reporter for his paper The Piedmont Star, aware that she likes to dabble in detective work. Flying in her airplane and driving her jalopy “Calamity Jane”, Mary Eliska joins with her three best friends: nieces Jacqueline Gray (“Jax”) and Marlow Ray, and nephew news photographer Liam McAdam to solve the occasional case out of curiosity and sometimes to earn money separately from her family. Mary Eliska Girl Detective Girl Aviatrix gives life to my daughter born sixty years ago, March 10, 1963, whose life was cut short in Clifton Springs New York September 12, 1963. She has charming manners, oscillates between tomboyishness and a feminine ideal. She knows law and manifests moral righteousness. Often she wears enviable dresses. Mary Eliska’s detective stories and unsolved mysteries I have re-written from the public domain tales by Carolyn Keene (always a pseudonym), Anna Katharine Green, Mildred Augustine Wirt Benson, Frances Crane, and anonymous writers about Penny Parker, Mary Louise, Nancy Drew, and others. Please enjoy reading all 18 chapters of “Mary Eliska Girl Aviatrix.

This is a book of about a girl and her marvelous accomplishments in the air. Fictional Mary Eliska Girl Detective Girl Aviatrix is a heroine of modern times. The book concentrates on the efforts of the girls and women who, like their male counterparts, have obtained wonderful results in the air. She wins an airplane by means of her remarkable air feats, and keeps the reader tense with excitement from cover to cover.