Robert Mandelberg
2 Books

Robert Mandelberg

2003-2006

A few books containing many mini mysteries built on classic logic puzzles.

Robert Mandelberg

Mandelberg's contributions to the mystery genre work mostly on logic deduction. With both Whodunit Puzzles and The Case of the Curious Campaign, stories are set spanning across multiple mysteries - the former set in a middle school - and puzzles are built upon some classic logic conundrums around things like birth dates and Logic Tables to discover the answer.These are enjoyable books with simple illustrations throughout.

Books in this series
Whodunit Puzzles
Robert Mandelberg
Angela Martini (Illustrator)
2006

Fire up the brain—a mystery needs solving and smart young sleuths can help! It’s happening at the Riddle Middle School, where a group of suspended students hacked into the computer and stole the big midterm exam. Now, the mischief makers threaten to give the test to everyone unless the principal drops their punishment. Instead, the principal orders the six department heads

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3.75
☆☆☆☆☆
★★★★★
112 pages
ISBN 9781402724534
The Case of the Curious Campaign
Robert Mandelberg
2003

These compact mini-mysteries add up to one big revelation--and that means extra fun. Solve each "whodunit" and "what happened" individually, and by the end you'll have enough information to uncover the inside story of a political scandal. Day by day, follow Mayor Hugh Ever's campaign for re-election. The race is coming down to the wire, with Mayor Ever and his opponent nec

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4.6
☆☆☆☆☆
★★★★★
96 pages
ISBN 9781402703829