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The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles 7: The Roaring Twenties is the seventh of Bantam Books' Choose Your Own Adventure series based on The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles. Written by Richard Brightfield with illustrations by Frank Bolle, and published in 1993, the gamebook adapts the feature length episode Young Indiana Jones and the Mystery of the Blues.

Publisher's summary[]

A high-speed car chase
through the back streets of Chicago...
Solve the mystery of a gangland assassination...
The jazz clubs after dark...
Crimesolving with the
future "untouchable" Eliot Ness...and
A lesson in the effects of racial prejudice...

These are only some of the adventures you will have as young Indiana Jones.

The year is 1920, and you are a student, studying at the University of Chicago. There you'll be working in a restaurant after classes, and come up against some of the gangsters who have taken over the city, such as the notorious Al Capone and "Big Jim" Colosimo. you'll also become part of the jumping jazz scene in Chicago.

Will you fall victim to organized crime? Or will you learn to jazz on your saxophone with the best musicians of all time? Only you, as Indiana Jones, can choose your own adventure.





  • "Avalon"
  • Belgian Army (Mentioned only)
  • Bureau of Investigation (Mentioned only)
  • "By the Light of the Silvery Moon"
  • "Caissons Go Rolling Along"
  • Chicago Tribune
  • Clarinet
  • Collegiates
  • Cristo Lemonade Company
  • Fife (Mentioned only)
  • "Funeral March"
  • "High Society" (Mentioned only)
  • "I'm a Little Blackbird"
  • Jazz
  • Junior League (Mentioned only)
  • Kodak box camera
  • "The Lord's Prayer"
  • Lyre
  • "Margie"
  • Model T Ford
  • "Muskrat Ramble"
  • "My Handy Man"
  • The New York Times
  • Packard
  • "Pagliacci" (Mentioned only)
  • Piano
  • Prohibition
  • Saxophone
  • Second American Division (Mentioned only)
  • "Shake It and Break It"
  • Sigma Chi
  • Sigma Tau
  • "Someday Sweetheart"
  • "Sugar Blues"
  • "Turkey in the Straw"
  • "Twelfth Street Rag"
  • "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star"
  • World War I (Mentioned only) (As "the war to end all wars")
  • Volstead Act