Rahul Sharma

Capital Mysteries

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedIn
Country  United States
Media type  Print (paperback)
Published  2001–2012
Author  Ron Roy
Capital Mysteries Capital Mysteries Series Ron Roy Children39s Book Author
Illustrator  Liza Woodruff (books 1–2) Timothy Bush (from book 3)
Publisher  Golden Books (books 1–2) Random House (from book 3)
Genres  Children's literature, Mystery
Books  Who cloned the President?, Kidnapped at the Capital, The skeleton in the Smith, Spy in the White House (C, Who broke Lincoln's thumb?

Capital mysteries


Capital Mysteries is a series of mystery novels for young readers written by Ron Roy. It was inaugurated in 2001 with Who Cloned the President?, illustrated by Liza Woodruff and published by Golden Books. Beginning with the third volume in 2003 it was illustrated by Timothy Bush and published by Random House.

Contents

Capital Mysteries httpsimagesnasslimagesamazoncomimagesI5

The books follow the adventures of child detectives KC Corcoran and Marshall Li, who are best friends and spend much of their time solving mysteries around the monuments of Washington D.C. KC's mother marries the fictional President Zachary Thornton in volume 4 so that KC becomes the "First Daughter" from volume 5 onward. The marriage gives both junior detectives access to the White House and other monuments when solving cases.

Capital Mysteries Capital Mysteries Complete Set 1 14 Stepping Stones Books Ron

Capital mysteries complete set 1 14 stepping stones books


Books

Capital Mysteries Trapped on the DC Train Capital Mysteries 13 by Ron Roy

Random House acquired the book publishing rights of Golden Books Family Entertainment in a deal agreed on August 15, 2001. Evidently it continued publication under the Golden Books name at least to some time in 2002. Random House editions of books 1–2 were published in 2003.

Capital Mysteries Capital Mysteries Shelf
  • Who Cloned the President (Golden Books, 2001), illustrated by Liza Woodruff
  • Kidnapped at the Capital (Golden, 2002), illus. Liza Woodruff
  • The Skeleton in the Smithsonian (Random House, 2003), illus. Timothy Bush
  • A Spy in the White House (2004)
  • Who Broke Lincoln's Thumb? (2005)
  • Fireworks at the FBI (2006)
  • Trouble at the Treasury (2006)
  • Mystery at the Washington Monument (2007)
  • A Thief at the National Zoo (2008)
  • The Election Day Disaster (2009)
  • The Secret at Jefferson's Mansion (2009)
  • The Ghost at Camp David (2010)
  • Trapped on the DC Train (2011)
  • Turkey Trouble on the National Mall (Random, 2012), illus. Timothy Bush
  • A to Z Mysteries

    KC and Marshall team up with the A-to-Z junior detectives Donald David "Dink" Duncan, Josh Pinto, and Ruth Rose Hathaway in White House White-Out (Random House, 2008), volume 3 of A to Z Mysteries: Super Edition written by Ron Roy and illustrated by John Steven Gurney.

    References

    Capital Mysteries Wikipedia


    Similar Topics
    Ochtendzwemmers
    Shawna McCarthy
    Robert Hamada (woodworker)
    Topics