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The Mystery of the Scar-Faced Beggar (The Three Investigators, #31)

The Mystery of the Scar-Faced Beggar (The Three Investigators, #31)In this one, the three boys do more "real" detective work than we usually see them do. In my opinion, Carey's earlier contributions to the series were quite weak. However, his writing and his portrayal of the boys has improved to the point that I think this is one of the best of the whole series.

The interesting part of this book is the introduction of Hector Sebastian. Originally the series used Alfred Hitchcock as a character who introduced the writeup of the boys' adventures. After Hitchcock's death in 1980, the fictional Sebastian was introduced to replace Hitchcock. For a number of reasons, the series was later rewritten without Hitchcock's name. All of Hitchcock's appearances were replaced by Hector Sebastian. I don't know if this book was also rewritten in later editions, but at least the edition I have shows that Sebastian character was originally not intended to be written over the previous stories. T3I Update: 31 read, 12 more paperbacks to go

This was the first T3I book without Alfred Hitchcock as the introducing character and lead mentor. Instead, a fictional movie director takes up the role and actually plays a part in the story very similar to what Alfred Hitchcock did in the very first T3I titles. The structure and all of the T3I elements were still present in this book, and the boys do a great job untangling the mystery. In most other respects, one would not spot much of a difference among this book and most others in the series. The international (South American) presence near Rocky Beach is somewhat over the top, but nothing more than where a few other books in the series go. It is certainly nowhere near as far fetched as the much earlier "Mystery of the Silver Spider." This is a good solid read even if somewhat of a downer because of the loss of Hitchcock not being part of the series. Remember, he had passed away before this book was published and his continued presence in the series was not authorized by his heirs. Hitchcock was mentioned in the plot, but his name was no longer on the cover. It's an interesting choice by M.V. Carey to choose to actually involve Hector Sebastian into this case. The unfortunate issue is that she had inadvertently ruined the publisher's intent to retcon the previous books to excise Alfred Hitchock. It's clearly stated that this is where they first met Hector Sebastian and that they were upset at Hitchcock's passing.

Meanwhile, it's also of note that the writers have elected to accept that these books are concurrent with the time of their writing. Which is confusing that the boys do not age, yet the technology and vehicles of the world advance at an alarming rate. Whether or not this also precipitated the absence of Worthington and the Rolls Royce isn't clear at this stage. But the boys have definitely shifted to using Greyhound Buses as their means of longer distance transport.
Pretty underwhelming and forgettable. Skip it and stick to the earlier books in the series. I enjoy reading this series from my childhood. The Mystery of the ScarFaced Beggar marks the very first appearance of the (fictional) mystery writer Hector Sebastian in the T3I series, and aside from this landmark, it is another enjoyable adventure from M.V. Carey, involving South American revolutions, a woman who has prophetic dreams, and the mysterious panhandler of the title.

As often happens when I read M.V. Carey's contributions to the series, I found myself enjoying a few of the side characters almost as much as the main trio. Shelby Tuckerman and Gracie Montoya are characters that have stuck in my mind quite well since last reading this story, and Hector Sebastian emerges here as a more laidback and friendly successor to Alfred Hitchcock. The character of Don has not aged well, and I tend to get secondhand embarrassment when reading about him, but his appearances in the series are brief and so this luckily doesn't hamper my enjoyment of the series very much. It's not among my favorites, but The Mystery of the ScarFaced Beggar is still a suspenseful yet relaxing pageturner for me. Read a lot of this series in elementary school. Loved it. Reading it to my son. Lots of fun. Good mysteries, good characters. The Mystery Of The Dragon Seal FilmAlloCin The Mystery Of The Dragon Seal Est Un Film Ralis Par Oleg Stepchenko Avec Jason Flemyng, Jackie Chan Synopsis L Explorateur Jonathan Green Reoit L Ordre De Pierre Ier Le Grand De DessinerTraduction The Mystery Of Franais Dictionnaire Anglaistraduction The Mystery Of Dans Le Dictionnaire Anglais Francais De Reverso, Voir Aussi Mystery Story ,murder Mystery ,mastery ,mystery Story , Conjugaison, Expressions Idiomatiques The Mystery Of Traduction En Franais Exemples AnglaisC Est Prcisment Le Mystre De La Misricorde Divine Today, We Are Going To Unravel The Mystery Of The English Subjunctive Aujourd Hui, Nous Allons Percer Le Mystre Du Subjonctif Anglais They Leave The Mystery Of Evil Of The Mystery Traduction En Franais Exemples AnglaisTraductions En Contexte De Of The Mystery En Anglais Franais Avec Reverso Context Mystery Of The Incarnation THE MYSTERY OF THE CANTERVILLE Dcouvrez THE MYSTERY OF THE CANTERVILLECOLLECTIF Chez Column One The Mystery Of A Stolen Rare Cello Has The Mystery Of A Stolen Rare Cello Has A Surprise Ending Christine Walevska, A Master Cellist, Has Played All Over The World During Her Long Career Rick Loomis For The Times Mystery English French Dictionary WordReference Mystery Shopping N Noun Refers To Person, Place, Thing, Quality, Etc Undercover Quality Control Valuation Mystre, Enqute Mystre Nf Nom Fminin S Utilise Avec Les Articles La, L Devant Une Voyelle Ou Un H Muet , Une Ex Fille Nf On Dira La Fille Ou Une Fille Avec Un Nom Fminin, L Adjectif S Accorde En Gnral, On Ajoute Un E L Adjectif Par Exemple, OnMystery FilmAlloCin Mystery Est Un Film Ralis Par Lou Ye Avec Hao Lei, Hao Qin Synopsis Lu Jie Est Loin D Imaginer Que Son Mari Yongzhao Mne Une Double Vie, Jusqu Au Jour O Elle Le Voit Entrer Dans UnThe Mystery Of Tajikistan S Win On COVIDThe Mystery Of Tajikistan S Win On COVIDOfficials Are Poised To Reopen The Country Only Weeks After The Crisis Began Jun ,Masking The Problem Officials Are Showing The Example By Adopting Protective Clothing Photo Presidential Administration A Littlethan One Month After Tajikistan Detected Its First Cases Of Coronavirus, Authorities Are Poised To Declare VictoryThe Mystery Of Tucker Carlson Columbia The Mystery Of Tucker Carlson By Lyz Lenz September ,a Share On Twitter B Share On Facebook Email This Story Tucker Carlson InAP Photo Richard Drew, File Tucker Carlson Is Shouting When He Tells Me He Isn T Shouting The Barrage Of His Voice Has Been Relentless Throughout The Interview Probably the least enjoyable of the 3I books. At around #30 the series went into a slump, with the writers putting little or no creativity into the stories. The publishers really messed up by accepting such awful stories when they should have either brought in new writers or made the older ones put a lot more into their work. It seems that by the 1980s they believed that the new stories would just sell on the back of the older ones and let it go at that. A pity. This book has a very weak plot and boring characters. Reading it was like watching a mortally wounded animal: you just wanted it to end and put it out of its misery. Once we're past Shark Reef, we're into the weaker section of the series, although (as some have noted) M.V. Carey's work earlier in the series wasn't particularly strong. This book is a mixed bag. The mysterya beggar with a scarred faceis not up there with a stuttering parrot, talking skull or even a sinister scarecrow. Despite this lackluster setup, the book moves along ok, but (as with other Carey entries) gets a bit draggy and a chore to read, before a memorable big bang ending.

Also known as Mary V CareyPersonal Born May 19, 1925, in New Brighton, England brought to the United States in 1925, naturalized citizen in 1955 daughter of John Cornelius an engineer and Mary Alice Hughes Carey Home address in 1993 was 3748 Birch St., Ventura, CA.Ms Carey passed away in 1994.Education College of Mount St Vincent, B.S., 1946.Religion Roman CatholicCareer Coronet, New

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    The interesting part of this book is the introduction of Hector Sebastian. Originally the series used Alfred Hitchcock as a character who introduced the writeup of the boys' adventures. After Hitchcock's death in 1980, the fictional Sebastian was introduced to replace Hitchcock. For a number of reasons, the series was later rewritten without Hitchcock's name. All of Hitchcock's appearances were replaced by Hector Sebastian. I don't know if this book was also rewritten in later editions, but at least the edition I have shows that Sebastian character was originally not intended to be written over the previous stories. T3I Update: 31 read, 12 more paperbacks to go

    This was the first T3I book without Alfred Hitchcock as the introducing character and lead mentor. Instead, a fictional movie director takes up the role and actually plays a part in the story very similar to what Alfred Hitchcock did in the very first T3I titles. The structure and all of the T3I elements were still present in this book, and the boys do a great job untangling the mystery. In most other respects, one would not spot much of a difference among this book and most others in the series. The international (South American) presence near Rocky Beach is somewhat over the top, but nothing more than where a few other books in the series go. It is certainly nowhere near as far fetched as the much earlier "Mystery of the Silver Spider." This is a good solid read even if somewhat of a downer because of the loss of Hitchcock not being part of the series. Remember, he had passed away before this book was published and his continued presence in the series was not authorized by his heirs. Hitchcock was mentioned in the plot, but his name was no longer on the cover. It's an interesting choice by M.V. Carey to choose to actually involve Hector Sebastian into this case. The unfortunate issue is that she had inadvertently ruined the publisher's intent to retcon the previous books to excise Alfred Hitchock. It's clearly stated that this is where they first met Hector Sebastian and that they were upset at Hitchcock's passing.

    Meanwhile, it's also of note that the writers have elected to accept that these books are concurrent with the time of their writing. Which is confusing that the boys do not age, yet the technology and vehicles of the world advance at an alarming rate. Whether or not this also precipitated the absence of Worthington and the Rolls Royce isn't clear at this stage. But the boys have definitely shifted to using Greyhound Buses as their means of longer distance transport.
    Pretty underwhelming and forgettable. Skip it and stick to the earlier books in the series. I enjoy reading this series from my childhood. The Mystery of the ScarFaced Beggar marks the very first appearance of the (fictional) mystery writer Hector Sebastian in the T3I series, and aside from this landmark, it is another enjoyable adventure from M.V. Carey, involving South American revolutions, a woman who has prophetic dreams, and the mysterious panhandler of the title.

    As often happens when I read M.V. Carey's contributions to the series, I found myself enjoying a few of the side characters almost as much as the main trio. Shelby Tuckerman and Gracie Montoya are characters that have stuck in my mind quite well since last reading this story, and Hector Sebastian emerges here as a more laidback and friendly successor to Alfred Hitchcock. The character of Don has not aged well, and I tend to get secondhand embarrassment when reading about him, but his appearances in the series are brief and so this luckily doesn't hamper my enjoyment of the series very much. It's not among my favorites, but The Mystery of the ScarFaced Beggar is still a suspenseful yet relaxing pageturner for me. Read a lot of this series in elementary school. Loved it. Reading it to my son. Lots of fun. Good mysteries, good characters. The Mystery Of The Dragon Seal FilmAlloCin The Mystery Of The Dragon Seal Est Un Film Ralis Par Oleg Stepchenko Avec Jason Flemyng, Jackie Chan Synopsis L Explorateur Jonathan Green Reoit L Ordre De Pierre Ier Le Grand De DessinerTraduction The Mystery Of Franais Dictionnaire Anglaistraduction The Mystery Of Dans Le Dictionnaire Anglais Francais De Reverso, Voir Aussi Mystery Story ,murder Mystery ,mastery ,mystery Story , Conjugaison, Expressions Idiomatiques The Mystery Of Traduction En Franais Exemples AnglaisC Est Prcisment Le Mystre De La Misricorde Divine Today, We Are Going To Unravel The Mystery Of The English Subjunctive Aujourd Hui, Nous Allons Percer Le Mystre Du Subjonctif Anglais They Leave The Mystery Of Evil Of The Mystery Traduction En Franais Exemples AnglaisTraductions En Contexte De Of The Mystery En Anglais Franais Avec Reverso Context Mystery Of The Incarnation THE MYSTERY OF THE CANTERVILLE Dcouvrez THE MYSTERY OF THE CANTERVILLECOLLECTIF Chez Column One The Mystery Of A Stolen Rare Cello Has The Mystery Of A Stolen Rare Cello Has A Surprise Ending Christine Walevska, A Master Cellist, Has Played All Over The World During Her Long Career Rick Loomis For The Times Mystery English French Dictionary WordReference Mystery Shopping N Noun Refers To Person, Place, Thing, Quality, Etc Undercover Quality Control Valuation Mystre, Enqute Mystre Nf Nom Fminin S Utilise Avec Les Articles La, L Devant Une Voyelle Ou Un H Muet , Une Ex Fille Nf On Dira La Fille Ou Une Fille Avec Un Nom Fminin, L Adjectif S Accorde En Gnral, On Ajoute Un E L Adjectif Par Exemple, OnMystery FilmAlloCin Mystery Est Un Film Ralis Par Lou Ye Avec Hao Lei, Hao Qin Synopsis Lu Jie Est Loin D Imaginer Que Son Mari Yongzhao Mne Une Double Vie, Jusqu Au Jour O Elle Le Voit Entrer Dans UnThe Mystery Of Tajikistan S Win On COVIDThe Mystery Of Tajikistan S Win On COVIDOfficials Are Poised To Reopen The Country Only Weeks After The Crisis Began Jun ,Masking The Problem Officials Are Showing The Example By Adopting Protective Clothing Photo Presidential Administration A Littlethan One Month After Tajikistan Detected Its First Cases Of Coronavirus, Authorities Are Poised To Declare VictoryThe Mystery Of Tucker Carlson Columbia The Mystery Of Tucker Carlson By Lyz Lenz September ,a Share On Twitter B Share On Facebook Email This Story Tucker Carlson InAP Photo Richard Drew, File Tucker Carlson Is Shouting When He Tells Me He Isn T Shouting The Barrage Of His Voice Has Been Relentless Throughout The Interview Probably the least enjoyable of the 3I books. At around #30 the series went into a slump, with the writers putting little or no creativity into the stories. The publishers really messed up by accepting such awful stories when they should have either brought in new writers or made the older ones put a lot more into their work. It seems that by the 1980s they believed that the new stories would just sell on the back of the older ones and let it go at that. A pity. This book has a very weak plot and boring characters. Reading it was like watching a mortally wounded animal: you just wanted it to end and put it out of its misery. Once we're past Shark Reef, we're into the weaker section of the series, although (as some have noted) M.V. Carey's work earlier in the series wasn't particularly strong. This book is a mixed bag. The mysterya beggar with a scarred faceis not up there with a stuttering parrot, talking skull or even a sinister scarecrow. Despite this lackluster setup, the book moves along ok, but (as with other Carey entries) gets a bit draggy and a chore to read, before a memorable big bang ending."/>
  • Paperback
  • 181 pages
  • The Mystery of the Scar-Faced Beggar (The Three Investigators, #31)
  • M.V. Carey
  • English
  • 06 December 2018
  • 9780394849034

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