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Franklin W. Dixon was the pseudonym devised by Edward Stratemeyer for the author of a series of mystery books he was developing which became the Hardy Boys series. The first book, The Tower Treasure, originally published in 1927, was ghostwritten by Leslie MacFarlane who went on to write 19 more, including #2 through #16. In all, there are 58 titles in the original Hardy Boys Mysteries series published between 1927 and 1979 written by 17 different men and women. Many of the books were later revised, adding another four Hardy Boys Mystery Stories to the total. --This text refers to an alternate Hardcover edition.
This is my second favorite Hardy Boys book.I think this is one of the best and thrilling book ever.Out of all the books I've read this is the second best. Read morePublished on April 30 2002 by Jonathan Kohut
This book was a great one! It was suspense-filled from
first page to last! I just finished it and I would absoulutly
say "Read it!!!!!!!!"
It was a okay mystery that sent chills up my back. It's not the best but it's not bad. It was exciting when Frank and Joe run into the cave and find wolves there. Okay book.Published on Jan. 1 2001
Hunting For Hidden Gold is a great book.I enjoyed this book because I love mysteries.I would recommend this book to anyone 10 or older. Read more
This Hardy Boy book was one of the best ever written. A book you can't put down. Mr. Hardy is unable to sleuth because he cracked a couple of ribs. Read morePublished on Nov. 25 2000 by Jack Perkins
If you like to explore secret passage ways or disguise yourself as someone else, if you like to go on adventures and fight the bad guy while solving a mystery, than this is the... Read morePublished on April 16 2000 by no