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Brazilian Gold Mine Mystery

Andy Adams

Book Overview: 

Mystery adventure, fiction. This is a very exciting and gripping story set in the jungles of Brazil and Venezuela, and the quest for the famous El Dorado gold. Incidents with dangerous wild animals, not to mention encounters with head hunters and other native tribes, plus some black magic hocus-pocus all add to the suspense. Double dealing and threats as well as actual confrontations all make life difficult for our brave heroes, and often cause the expedition problems which slows down the quest for the yellow gold. This is a good geography lesson also, and readers will learn about all those huge rivers that flow through these regions, including the huge River Amazon.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .sed in similar attire, even to a bandanna worn as a neckerchief.

The gay life of the tropical city impressed Biff. There were brilliantly lighted downtown cafés, and Mr. Brewster chose one where they were served half a dozen courses of tasty, highly seasoned food, finishing with ice cream that Biff thought was the best he had ever eaten. He had just swallowed the last spoonful when he suddenly exclaimed:

“Look, Dad! Those two men sitting at that table in the corner! One of them is Mr. Serbot!”

Mr. Brewster had no difficulty in picking out Serbot from Biff’s earlier description, though the scar on the smiling man’s cheek was scarcely visible in the soft light of the café. Serbot’s companion was shorter and chunkier, with a broad face, quick, narrow eyes, and straight lips.

“Introduce me on the way out,” Mr. Brewster told Biff. “I would like to size up that pair.”

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Community Reviews

Biff Brewster starred in a series of thirteen boys' adventure novels published between 1960-1965 by Grosset & Dunlap. The books were written by three authors under the Stratemeyer Syndicate house name pseudonym Andy Adams, one of whom was none other than Walter B. Gibson, the famous author of The Sh

nice intro to the series

A fun adventure for kids that I’m sure I would have enjoyed when I was young. Though now as an adult I couldn’t help thinking of indigenous rights and mining abuses. Growing up is boring.

Biff and his dad go up the Amazon to look for a lost gold mine. Bad people want to stop them. The good guys win.

A bit of old-school fun. A mystery with plenty of adventure and suspense. What's not to like?