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Tin Goyenda Volume 2-1 By Rakib Hasan

By Rakib Hasan

Category: Tin Goyenda


 

Tin Goyenda (Bengali: তিন গোয়েন্দা) is a series of juvenile detective novels published in Bangladesh by Sheba Prokashoni. It is actually a Bengali translation of the English series The Three Investigators by Robert Arthur. Rakib Hasan started this series and later Shamsuddin Nawab took over from him. The Tin Goyenda series is a subseries of Kishore Thriller (Juvenile Thriller) series of Sheba Prokashoni. Apart from Tin Goyenda, Kishore Thriller Adventure is another subserie.

Leading characters
Tin Goyenda, as the name explains, is the tale of three teenage detectives. They are not only the investigators, but adventurers as well. Thrill, suspense and challenge is their main attraction.

The three young friends, Kishore Pasha, Musa Aman and Robin Milford formed the Tin Goyenda. Sometimes Georgina Parker (more commonly referred to as Jina) and her pet dog Ruffian (Rafi for short) accompany them. Tin Goyenda live in Rocky Beach, a small coastal town of California, USA. They are in the same class at Rocky Beach High School & Green Hills School, though their grade is not mentioned anywhere. That's why every young reader imagines them as his/her classmate. According to the cover pages of the original 'The Three Investigators' series the investigators are younger than 'Hardy Boys' and presumably 13–14 years old.


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