Big Chunk of Ice paperback Bertrand Brinley

Big Chunk of Ice paperback

Author: Bertrand Brinley
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ISBN 9781948959698263 pages6 x 9 inch paperback
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Mad Scientists' Club book #4. It wasn’t the diamond as big as the Ritz, but it was a pretty big chunk of ice, and it got the precocious pranksters of The Mad Scientists’ Club entwined in an international intrigue only the intrepid investigators of Interpol could unravel. Take the seven young mad scientists of Mammoth Falls, stick them in an antiquated blimp bound for the Austrian Alps, along with two “hep” college girls and a zany professor of mysterious Romanian origins — and you have the makings of a high-flying adventure! If you’re not already a fan of super-brain Henry Mulligan, dinky Dinky Poore, fat Freddy Muldoon, and the other unpredictable troublemakers that populate this series of mad adventure stories, you will be, once you read The Big Chunk of Ice. The fourth book in The Mad Scientists’ Club series, written by Bertrand Brinley in the 1986, but first published by us in 2005. Charles Geer came out of retirement in 2005 to illustrate this book and cover, he was a pleasure to work with.

Mad Scientists' Club book #4.

It wasn’t the diamond as big as the Ritz, but it was a pretty big chunk of ice, and it got the precocious pranksters of The Mad Scientists’ Club entwined in an international intrigue only the intrepid investigators of Interpol could unravel.

Take the seven young mad scientists of Mammoth Falls, stick them in an antiquated blimp bound for the Austrian Alps, along with two “hep” college girls and a zany professor of mysterious Romanian origins — and you have the makings of a high-flying adventure!

If you’re not already a fan of super-brain Henry Mulligan, dinky Dinky Poore, fat Freddy Muldoon, and the other unpredictable troublemakers that populate this series of mad adventure stories, you will be, once you read The Big Chunk of Ice.

The fourth book in The Mad Scientists’ Club series, written by Bertrand Brinley in the 1986, but first published by us in 2005. Charles Geer came out of retirement in 2005 to illustrate this book and cover, he was a pleasure to work with.