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Nesbit is a pseudonym for Franklin Folsom read during summer fall of 1965 after school started [Read Ebook] ☪ The Forest Fire Mystery ☦ Art Mills And His Family Have Recently Moved To Southwestern Colorado When Art Isn T Working In The Family S Dew Drop Inn, He S Out Exploring The National Forest That Surrounds Them A Favorite Spot Is Eagle Mountain, Where The Abandoned Fittleson S Folly Mine A Good Spot For Snipe Hunting Is Located When The Secretive Logger Mr Maynard Threatens Art, His Sister Liz, And Their Friends To Stay Away, The Kids Can T Help But Wonder What Mr Maynard Is Up To And Then Once The Forest Fires Start, Art Knows Someone Is Up To No Good The Recurrent Themes Of The Books In The Wilderness Mystery Series Are Natural Phenomena Caves, Canyons, Mountains, Sand Dunes, And Forests And A Sense Of The Past As Seen Through Archaeology In Many Of The Narratives, Events Of Long Ago Are Seen To Have Left Traces Of Their Passing Notwithstanding The Fact That The Books Were Written In The S, The Progressive Franklin Folsom Alias Troy Nesbit Had Refreshing Views Of Women, Native Americans, And The Environment, And He Was Prescient In Having His Characters Often Oppose Corporate And Government Efforts To Develop Wilderness Areas Fun read aloud for our 10 and 11 year olds It did not hold the attention of the younger, however our teenagers were listening, because they asked me to stop reading when they had to step out of the room A few good twists in the story and not as predictable as I thought Not to give too much away, but I thought for sure Mr Nesbit was setting up the Forest Service employee to be the bad guy I was glad to read he was not How they fought wildfires then, and how we do it now, was also fun to read and prompted many questions from the listeners. Read it as a child in the 60s, quite enjoyed it It was a nice break from the usual Hardy Boys and Tom Swift series that I read regularly from the age of 8 until about 11. C fiction, middle grades, geared towards boys, adventure, mystery, Mom s stash, discard, hardback Library edition of same book published as Forest Fire Mystery by Troy Nesbit