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Death and Diamonds

by Franklin W. Dixon

A big mission has Frank and Joe Hardy saving a fashion show!MISSION:Attend fashion show and keep valuable selections of diamonds in sight at all times.LOCATION:Bayport.POTENTIAL VICTIMS:Jewelry model Naomi Dowd.SUSPECTS:Jewels worth millions -- everyone's a suspect.THIS MISSION REUIRES YOUR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION.THIS MESSAGE WILL BE ERASED IN FIVE SECONDS.

Deathgame (Hardy Boys Casefiles #7)

by Franklin W. Dixon

From the back of the book: SAVAGE STRIKE FORCE Where is Biff Hooper? The Hardys' friend secretly went off to a survival game camp in Georgia-and never came back. But before leaving he did tell Joe. So when Orville Brand, the camp director, claims Biff was never there, the Hardy boys suspect foul play. Under cover of darkness Frank and Joe break into the camp grounds. To their amazement they find the Ultimo Survival Camp is actually a training site for an elite corps of attack troops, led by a shadowy strongman named Hammerlock. Suddenly the brothers are trapped in a real-life struggle for survival against the toughest enemy they've ever had to face.... =============== From inside the book: THE ULTIMATE EXAM "The five of you will be set loose in the jungle terrain beyond our fortress," Hammerlock said. "I'll give you until dawn and then start after you. I think that's a sporting chance. "I'll probably be back in time for breakfast, but it would be a pleasant surprise if you were tough enough to make the hunt last until lunch." Hammerlock drew his Super Blackhawk pistol. He twirled the gun about his forefinger. "Just consider this the final exam." Suddenly Hammerlock stopped the spinning gun. It was pointed right at Joe's head. "And I mean just that. You flunk this course-and you die!"

Deep Trouble (Hardy Boys Casefiles #54)

by Franklin W. Dixon

"Treasure hunting," Harry said. "We're after the wreck of the Doha Bonita, a Spanish galleon that went down in a hurricane in 1625. According to the records, it sank carrying about forty tons of gold and silver from mines in Mexico."

Demolition Mission

by Franklin W. Dixon

The Hardy boys have been invited to attend the Bayport Motor Speedway to test-drive the prototype of a world-class sports car. But when the high-performance racer vanishes without a trace, Frank and Joe's investigation leads to the demolition derby, where they run head-on into danger.

The Demon’s Den (Hardy Boys Mystery Stories #81)

by Franklin W. Dixon

The Hardy boys, vacationing in Vermont, offer to help the police locate a missing camper and find themselves involved with a doomsday cult, a deadly strain of bacteria, and possibly the devil.

Deprivation House

by Franklin W. Dixon

ATAC Briefing for Agents Frank and Joe Hardy MISSION: To join the cast of a new reality show called Deprivation House - featuring a group of teens competing to see who can survive the longest without modern luxuries - and to determine who's behind the death threats received by other contestants. LOCATION: A huge villa in Beverly Hills, CA. POTENTIAL VICTIMS: All the contestants and crew of the show. SUSPECTS: The show's million-dollar prize offers strong motivation to each contestant, and some members of the crew are hiding big secrets.

The Desert Thieves (Hardy Boys Mystery Stories #141)

by Franklin W. Dixon

From the back of the book: FRANK AND JOE ARE HOT ON THE TRAIL OF A DANGEROUS DESERT DESPERADO! THE HARDYS HAVE JOINED THEIR FATHER ON A TRIP TO ARIZONA'S MAGNIFICENT ORGAN PIPE CACTUS NATIONAL MONUMENT. BUT THEIR JOURNEY INTO THE DESERT TAKES A SHARP AND SUDDEN DETOUR INTO DANGER. SOMEONE IS RIPPING UP AND RIPPING OFF THE RARE CACTI AND TURNING THEM INTO COLD HARD CASH ON THE BLACK MARKET! LIKE THE CATTLE RUSTLERS OF OLD. THE CACTUS THIEVES STRIKE IN THE DEAD OF NIGHT. THEN VANISH INTO THE WILDS. FORMING THEIR OWN POSSE. FRANK AND JOE SET OUT IN PURSUIT. DODGING DEADLY GUNFIRE AND POISONOUS RATTLERS ALONG THE WAY. DETERMINED TO ROOT OUT THE CRIME, THE BOYS ARE HEADED FOR A DESERT SHOWDOWN AS HOT AS THE ARIZONA SUN! ======== From inside the book: The Desert Thieves Frank did not stop to rest at the ledge, as Joe had, but pushed onward, trying to beat the oncoming darkness. His fingers were tiring, though. About ten feet from the top, he said, "Take the slack out. My fingers need a break." Joe pulled the rope to create tension so that Frank could lean back in his sling, taking the pressure off his fingers for a minute or two. "We need to work on our timing," Frank said as he rested his weight on the rope. "Next time let's-" Frank stopped in midsentence, his mouth gaping as the realization hit him. Without warning, the rope had broken. With no time to react, Frank fell backward off the cliff and into the darkness.

Dinosaur Disaster (Hardy Boys Clues Bros. #5)

by Franklin W. Dixon

A special effects master has brought an exhibit of dinosaur movie models to Bayport Elementary. But before Frank and Joe can check out the prehistoric beasts, the most awesome model vanishes. Now the boys face a monster of a mystery as they set out to save the dinosaur -- and save the day!

Diplomatic Deceit (Hardy Boys Casefiles #38)

by Franklin W. Dixon

From the back of the book: Capital crimes The Hardys and friend Callie Shaw are off to Washington, D.C. Callie finally has the chance to meet her Parisian pen pal, Madeleine Berot, whose parents have been assigned to the French embassy. But when Maddy is caught shoplifting, Frank and Joe suspect that there's something rotten in the state of French diplomacy. Determined to get to the bottom of the Madeleine Berot mystery, the Hardys find themselves caught in a web of international intrigue. They take off on a tingling chase through the nation's capital, pursuing a gang of continental con artists. In a case of D.C. deceit, it's up to Frank and Joe to nip the caper in the bud! ================ From inside the book: ON TRACK FOR TERROR Joe took off in pursuit of the man who had nearly pushed Callie onto the tracks. The guy darted to the edge of the subway platform, trying to wriggle through the crowd. It didn't work. Joe stretched out an arm and caught him by the shoulder, turning him around. The man quickly took his hand out of his pocket, clenched in a fist. Joe moved, ready to block a blow, but this guy wasn't throwing a punch. Instead his hand opened about a foot from Joe's face, releasing a cloud of reddish powder that burned Joe's eyes as if someone had thrown acid in them. Suddenly blinded, Joe recoiled. His antagonist gave him a vicious shove, and Joe staggered backward, his arms flailing. His right foot stepped back and found only air under it. Joe was going over the edge of the platform- just as the train was coming in!

Dirty Deeds (Hardy Boys Casefiles #49)

by Franklin W. Dixon

From the back of the book: The Hardys get the shaft! Frank, Joe, and Callie are off to Virginia City, Nevada, heart of the Comstock Lode, to visit Callie's friend Kerry Prescott. Kerry's father, Ted, has developed a system to extract new gold from old mines-but the deeper Ted digs, the more danger he finds. Someone means to put him down for good! Gold fever is running high, and lives are at stake. But Frank and Joe stake a claim of their own: they're out to put a stop to a gold-digging, gun-toting gang of desperadoes. The Hardys head for a showdown eighty feet underground, where they discover just how wild the Wild West can be. =============== From inside the book: ROCKY ROAD As Frank guided the jeep partway down the mountainside, then into a gorge between two steep rock walls, he said, "Maybe we ought to look in on Ted before we-" Frank stopped in midsentence. A loud rumbling sound was coming from overhead. The top of the jeep was off, and he glanced upward. "What is it?" Joe said as he looked up toward where the noise came from. Then he yelled, "Frank! Watch out!" Frank had seen it, too. Bouncing and smashing down from the bluff to their right, looking bigger by the instant, was a gigantic boulder. It was on a collision course for the jeep!

The Disappearing Dog

by Franklin W. Dixon Scott Burroughs

In Hopping Mad, the boys have to figure out a way to stop their school talent show from being ruined--by raining frogs! Let the sleuthing begin!

The Disappearing Floor (Hardy Boys Mystery Stories #19)

by Franklin W. Dixon

Once again Frank and Joe Hardy accept the challenge of a puzzling case when their famous detective father asks the boys to assist him in tracking down a notorious jewel thief and his accomplices.

Disaster for Hire (Hardy Boys Casefiles #23)

by Franklin W. Dixon

From the back of the book: Timber War Frank and Joe race to Seattle to help their father, Fenton, who stands accused of murder! In their father's rented house, they're met by burglars, who try to gun them down. When the brother detectives follow their trail, they learn that valuable timber is being destroyed by a deadly virus. They also find an entire town has been sealed off to prevent a mysterious flu epidemic. Meanwhile Fenton Hardy is the hostage of a sinister scientist with a formula for certain death. And if the brother team can't reach him in time-he'll become the victim in a doomsday experiment. ======= From inside the book: HOT PURSUIT Frank was already working on the doctor's ropes. "Soon as I get you loose, get clear of here," he ordered. "We'll get Jenny and Dad." Joe ran for the staircase leading up to the next floor, where Jenny Bookman and their father were imprisoned. Frank paused long enough to grab up the doctor's notebook and tuck it under his shirt. Then he started after his brother. They'd just started up the stairs when the far wall of the lab began to breathe smoke. Then, with a great gust of flame, the lab was ablaze.

The Doggone Detectives (Frank and Joe Hardy: The Clues Brothers #8)

by Franklin W. Dixon

The Hardys' friend Mike Mendez says his new invention can turn people into animals. When he uses it in Chet's backyard, a golden retriever appears--one who has the same exact tastes as Chet!

The Doggone Detectives (Hardy Boys: Clues Brothers #8)

by Franklin W. Dixon Marcy Ramsey

The Hardys' friend Mike Mendez says his new invention can turn people into animals. When he uses it in Chet's backyard, a golden retriever appears--one who has the same exact tastes as Chet!

Double Deception

by Franklin W. Dixon

ATAC Briefing for Agents Frank and Joe Hardy MISSION: To located Ryan Carraway, who has mysteriously gone missing while his movie star brother, Justin, was filming on location in Bayport. And to find out what, if anything, Justin is hiding. LOCATION: New York City. POTENTIAL VICTIMS: Ryan - and anyone who comes too close to finding out who was involved in his vanishing act. SUSPECTS: Movie star Justin has been acting stranger and stranger, and now there's evidence that points to the fact that he might be involved in his own brother's disappearance...

Double Down

by Franklin W. Dixon

ATAC Briefing for Agents Frank and Joe Hardy MISSION: Continue working undercover as part of teen movie start Justin Carraway's entourage to find out more about the unsolved murder of the celeb's least favorite paparazzo and other mysterious happenings. LOCATION: Atlantic City, NJ. POTENTIAL VICTIMS: One murder has already taken place. If the suspect isn't caught soon, anyone could be the killer's next victim. SUSPECTS: Everyone seems to go crazy when it comes to teen screen superstars - but now there really is a crazy person running around...and he or she may be closer than anyone thinks!

Double Exposure (Hardy Boys Casefiles #22)

by Franklin W. Dixon

From the back of the book: Family skeleton When Frank and Joe decide to meet their father's latest contact on their own, they get more than they bargained for. The young detectives come face-to-face with their long-lost brother, Chris Hardy! But a hail of bullets cuts their meeting short. . Suddenly Frank and Joe find themselves trapped in a deadly cross fire between a brutal gang of spies and a high-tech computer scam. Odds are their new brother is the triggerman-aiming to wipe out an old family debt. ======== From the inside of the book: FAMILY HORROR Frank popped the cassette in the VCR and set it to Play. "Let's see what's on this tape," he said to Joe. For a moment there was static, then a picture appeared with no sound. On the screen it was winter. Two men-one old, one young-both wearing army uniforms stood on the steps before a large white house. "Those are Russian uniforms!" Joe exclaimed. Frank nodded. "The older man's a colonel." On the screen the two men were arguing now. The younger man's face became an expressionless mask as he raised a gun. The older man fell backward down the steps of the building, his blood staining the snow. Joe's eyes widened. "Frank-that soldier.. ." Frank nodded, his mouth suddenly dry. The face on the screen, the man who had shot the older officer- It was their brother, Chris.

Double Jeopardy

by Franklin W. Dixon

THE RACE IS ON--BUT DANGER IS TAKING THE LEAD Frank and Joe Hardy can't believe their good luck: The Bayport Herald has given them press passes to cover the Formula One championship in Indianapolis. They soon realize, though, that the competition between the top two racers has gone into overdrive. After one of the racers lands in the hospital and the other's garage is burned, Frank and Joe step in to help find the culprit. The race is on to solve the mystery, but soon the brothers find themselves under attack too. Will Frank and Joe be left in the dust by a criminal mastermind? Or will they manage to crack the case before there's more trouble on the tracks?

Double Trouble

by Franklin W. Dixon

Another hit trilogy featuring Frank and Joe Hardy!#25: Double Trouble launches the next three-book arc storyline, featuring a teen celebrity being stalked, with a twin brother who adds some interesting complications into the mix.

Dungeon of Doom (Hardy Boys Mystery Stories #99)

by Franklin W. Dixon

Trapped in an abandoned mine while playing Wizards and Warriors, Frank and Joe must uncover the identity of a mysterious Secret Wizard Master, or they may never see daylight again.

Edge of Destruction (Hardy Boys Casefiles #5)

by Franklin W. Dixon

Frank and Joe are in New York with their dad when he is kidnapped and they must find out why in order to save his life.

The End of the Trail

by Franklin W. Dixon

Hiking the Appalachian Trail with their friends, Chet, Phil, and Biff, the Hardys hit a snag when daredevil Biff gets hurt. The old mining town of Morgan's Quarry is the nearest place for help. But even the run-down, isolated town turns menacing when two tough locals drop a bag full of money in front of the brothers! Joe and Frank are stonewalled when they ask about the money. The roads are washed out, the phones are down, and a crumbling mansion hides a gold mine of secrets. Every fork in the road leads to more danger...and everyone in Morgan's Quarry seems bent on makng sure the boys don't make it out alive!

Endangered Species (Hardy Boys Casefiles #64, Operation Phoenix #1)

by Franklin W. Dixon

From the back of the book: The killing fields of Kenya! The Hardys join their father on an undercover mission into the African wild. On the trail of a multimillion- dollar smuggling operation, they're out to learn the fate of a missing U.S. Customs official. Thrust into a world of poisonous snakes and man-eating lions, the boys soon confront the most dangerous beast of all... Poachers armed with high-powered weapons are devastating herds of endangered species. Shocked by the slaughter, Frank and Joe are dead set on shutting the smugglers down. But they pay a terrible price for the truth: a tragic murder that will lead them out of Africa and into the most painful and perilous investigation of their lives! =============== From inside the book: STAMPEDE! Frank and Joe crouched down in the tall, dry grass. The large elephant herd was barely fifty feet away, drinking at the edge of the water hole. As the boys watched, an enormous female elephant left the bank and walked toward Dr. Bodine, lifting her trunk and trumpeting into the air. Dr. Bodine stepped forward to greet the great beast and stroked the animal's trunk. "Incredible," Joe said, shaking his head. "That elephant walked up to Doc Bodine like they were old friends." Frank nodded vaguely, then sniffed the air. "You smell smoke?" He turned around. Not far from where Dr. Bodine stood, thick clouds of black smoke rose above bright red flames. The grass was ablaze. "Fire!" Frank yelled. "And it's moving this way!" "That's not the only thing," Joe said, pointing toward the water hole. The elephants were panicking. Twenty-ton animals were moving toward them, running faster and faster to escape the smoke and flames. "The herd is stampeding," Joe shouted. "And we're right in their path!"

Evil, Inc. (Hardy Boys Casefiles #2)

by Franklin W. Dixon

From the back of the book: Death is business as usual When Frank and Joe grab one of the Network's cases, the secret government agency tells them they're on their own. Then they hustle themselves a one-way ticket to France, expecting a little action. But after they penetrate the shady world of Reynard and Company, the largest organized crime ring on earth, the Hardys begin to expect something more-murder. Maybe their own. Posing as gun dealers, Frank and Joe immediately run into trouble with the French police. Soon they're fugitives with no one to turn to but the criminals they've sworn to expose. Caught in a deadly web of enemies and betrayed by a beautiful girl, Frank and Joe must use every ounce of cunning they possess to defeat a foe whose icy fingers slowly tighten over the entire world.

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