Three Investigators
Here are some links to other great Three Investigators sites.  Also, a listing of other interesting sites concerning series books is included.

The Three Investigators Yahoogroup Moderated by Eli Kutzko, all Three Investigators discussion is welcome.  With over 425 members, this is the most popular English Three Investigators message board on the Internet!

THE JONES SALVAGE YARD - The original center of the Three Investigator's universe on the Internet.  Collectors and fans meet here to discuss and share a huge variety of information pertaining to all things Three Investigators.  No matter what your interest in this series is, there is something here for you.  VISIT and PARTICIPATE!

I highly recommend Philip Fulmer's 3 Investigators Readers' Web Site Almost everything you ever wanted to know about the stories and the characters.  Check out the diagrams of Headquarters and the Jones Salvage Yard and take a tour!

Jonny Nilsson has two T3I websites: The Three Investigators in Europe  - This site contains information on all known European editions of The Three Investigators.  It is an excellent resource for research and for collectors alike as is his The Three Investigators in Sweden.

Elizabeth Arthur's and Steven Bauer's OFFICIAL HEADQUARTERS OF THE THREE INVESTIGATORS is an absolute must for the fan who finally wants to aquaint himself with the creator of our favorite series, Robert Arthur. The site features an almost complete bibliography of Arthur's work and many pictures!

Find out about the latest work of GAYLE LYNDS (G.H. Stone) author of three of the Crimebusters stories.  She may be visiting a city near you on her book-signing tours!

For details on restoring and preserving your Three Investigators books, Robert Held's  The Secrets of the Three Investigators is definitely worth a visit!  A very professional and well-designed site.

The Three Investigators in Italy.  One of the newest sites featuring the trio from Rocky Beach!

U.K. author Mark West's Three Investigators Blog where he offers reviews of the first 30 books in the series.

Follow Stewart Young's Three Investigators Collection Blog as he "attempts to put together the greatest (U.K.) T3I collection ever!"  Filled with humor and some occasional foul language it's a pretty good picture of the highs and lows a collector will experience as he goes about purchasing T3I books from various venues and types of people.  Recommended!
Seth's Salvage Yard I have to give my own Three Investigators book sales page a plug.  I specialize and feature Three Investigators books and related material.  I offer custom scanning and can answer virtually any question you may have about the various books or editions with no cost or obligation.  Whether you are buying from me or someone else, I can help you build the type of collection you desire.

The Mad Scientists' Club - Created and maintained by Bertrand Brinley's son, Sheridan.  Learn all about the author and how he wrote these superb stories.  The books are back in print and available to order from Purple House Press!

Dave Edwards' The Book Safari - Lots of series books for sale with a good selection of Three Investigators material (look under "A" for Alfred Hitchcock).  The site is simple to navigate and easy-to-use.  Look up books by the series name or the name of the author.

R. Mark Johnson's GoodOleBooks - Series books for sale along with information, commentary, and reviews.

Lance Frazer's Books Remembered - A good selection of series books for sale with a variety of Three Investigators books.  Lots of links to various series book sites.

Alex Van Zelfden maintains The Series Bookcase - a great place to learn about series book collecting and to find information on your favorite series.  Go Biff Brewster!

Jon Cooper maintains The Complete Tom Swift Jr. Home Page -  I can appreciate Jon's common-sense and realistic approach to collecting series books and building a collection.  And hey, find out all about the Tom Swift Jr. series while you're there!

Jennifer Fisher maintains the Nancy Drew Sleuth Unofficial Website a large site that covers just about everything Nancy Drew!  Well-maintained and frequently updated, definitely worth your time.

It seems that the books by Enid Blyton are popular everywhere in the world except for the U.S.!  Visit Keith Robinson's amazing fan site at, you'll discover lots of new reading material here.

David M. Baumann's X Bar X Boys - 21 titles published from 1926-1942.

Here is a list of some interactive e-groups where you can post questions and discuss various series books with real fans and experts:

The Ken Holt and Biff Brewster List - Hosted by Steve Servello, one of the finest juvenile series book reviewers you'll find on the web.

The Galloping Ghost - Hosted by The Ghost, discussion is invited on all juvenile series books.

The Spindrift Island List - Discussion focuses on the Rick Brant series but is welcome on any juvenile series.

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