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Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys, Super Sleuths 2: Seven New Mysteries

by Carolyn Keene Franklin W. Dixon

Join Frank and Joe Hardy and Nancy Drew as they trace down a forger, purge an expert computer criminal and get on the track of who kidnapped the Hardy Boys. Picture descriptions included.

Night of the Werewolf (Hardy Boys Mystery Stories #59)

by Franklin W. Dixon

From inside the book: A FEROCIOUS, wolf-like creature appears during the night of the full moon in a small Adirondack town, attacking livestock and scaring many of the residents. John Tabor, a young man with a history of werewolves in his family line, is suspect. Frank and Joe Hardy are hired to clear the young man's name. At the same time, Fenton Hardy requests his sons' help on a case of industrial sabotage. The Hardy Boys, with the assistance of Chet Morton, tackle their assignments with gusto and find themselves face to face with danger wherever they go. Joe barely escapes a horrible death as the young detectives battle their unscrupulous enemies before finally solving this exciting and hair-raising mystery.

Nightmare In Angel City (Hardy Boys Casefiles #19)

by Franklin W. Dixon

From the back of the book: Violent video Callie Shaw disappears while shooting a video for her summer class at UCLA. Frank and Joe drop everything and fly out to look for her. The moment they start to investigate, the situation explodes. During their search of Callie's room, someone greets them with a firebomb. Finally, the brother detectives track Callie to an abandoned factory, where she's hiding out among a band of street people. But finding Callie is just the beginning of a desperate race to uncover a killer. From Hollywood movie studios to the haunts of the street people, Frank and Joe follow a trail of blood money-until it comes to a dead end! =============== From inside the book: STAGE FIGHT Frank, Joe, and Callie hurried down the stairs of the mansion and out the back door. "This way," said Joe, leading them toward the woods. Just as the three had made it safely to the fence at the edge of the property, Callie stopped suddenly. "Wait," she said to the Hardys. "Do you hear something-like an animal?" Frank and Joe held their breath. Now they heard it, too. A baying, like wolves closing in on their prey. "The Dobermans!" Joe yelled. "The guards must have seen us. They're coming closer!"

Nightmare in New Orleans (Nancy Drew & Hardy Boys SuperMystery #30)

by Carolyn Keene Franklin W. Dixon

Nancy Drew is in New Orleans to celebrate the opening of an ultra-chic Creole restaurant. Frank and Joe Hardy have come to New Orleans to investigate the theft of half a million dollars from a riverboat casino--and the prime suspect is Remy Maspero! Passions are running high in the case, and they're about to run even higher when murder is added to the mix.

No Mercy (Hardy Boys Casefiles #65, Operation Phoenix #2)

by Franklin W. Dixon

From the back of the book: A company of killers For Frank and Joe, a journey in search of justice has turned into a personal mission of revenge: Their intercontinental chase has led them from Kenya to Stockholm, Sweden. Target: Phoenix Enterprises, an international combine of supersmugglers that the Hardys hold responsible for their father's death. But the boys are just beginning to realize how powerful the group is. High-tech weaponry, terrorism, and human suffering are their stock-in-trade. Led on by a beautiful woman, pursued by a trained assassin, the Hardys find danger at every turn. But they'll take any road and any risk to expose the truth-even if it leads across Europe and into the heart of the deadly Phoenix maze. =============== From inside the book: LEAP OF FAITH Frank and Joe pulled themselves onto the hotel roof. "We'd better get out of here before the guys who just crashed into our room figure out where we've gone," Joe told his brother. Frank pointed toward a door. "That looks like the exit-" Suddenly they heard the sound of footsteps echoing up the stairs, heading for the roof. "Too late!" Joe cried. "They're already on the way up!" "Where do we go now?" Frank said. "That's the only way off the roof!" Joe looked desperately toward the roof of the next building, which looked to be from five to fifteen feet away. Frank and Joe exchanged glances. Could they make it to the other roof in a single jump? The sound of pounding footsteps from the stairwell told them that they had no choice. Moving as one; the brothers raced toward the edge of the roof-and leapt into space!

No Way Out

by Franklin W. Dixon

A Haunted Maze Has Twice The Dead Ends. Frank and Joe are thrilled to be taking part in the grand opening celebration of a new maze in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. By solving puzzles -- their specialty -- they could win a valuable prize! But once they arrive, the teens soon have a new puzzle to solve: The owner and designer of the maze, Chezleigh Alan Horton, suddenly disappears. As the boys make their way through a labyrinth of suspects, they face a new twist. Can Frank and Joe unravel a decade-old riddle to save the renowned mazemaster?

No Way Out

by Franklin W. Dixon

A Haunted Maze Has Twice The Dead Ends. Frank and Joe are thrilled to be taking part in the grand opening celebration of a new maze in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. By solving puzzles -- their specialty -- they could win a valuable prize! But once they arrive, the teens soon have a new puzzle to solve: The owner and designer of the maze, Chezleigh Alan Horton, suddenly disappears. As the boys make their way through a labyrinth of suspects, they face a new twist. Can Frank and Joe unravel a decade-old riddle to save the renowned mazemaster?

Nowhere To Run (Hardy Boys Casefiles #27)

by Franklin W. Dixon

From the back of the book: Wheels of fire Sparks fly when "Biker" Bob Conway roars into town, looking for Frank and Joe. The motorcycle racer needs their help to prove his innocence in a hijack case. The problem is, Biker just escaped from jail. To make things worse some very dangerous people are looking for him. One is a bounty hunter; the others are members of a motorcycle gang called the Sinbads. Frank and Joe can't leave a friend in trouble, and they defy their father in taking Biker's case. The brother detectives burn rubber in a high-speed race with both sides of the law where murder is the final pit stop. ================ From inside the book: MOTORCYCLE MANIAC "The pits!" Joe suddenly slammed his hand on the van's dashboard. "You mean the old quarry outside of town, where Biker used to practice motocross?" Frank asked. "Let's check it out." Frank and Joe began to search the quarry, but they didn't see even a trace that Biker Conway had been there. Then the sudden roar of an engine cut the air. Frank saw a big black cycle ridden by a black-clad figure drive straight toward Joe. There was no time for thinking-only for acting. Frank leapt for Joe. Joe fell to the ground, hard, then jumped to his feet as the motorcycle roared past him. "That guy nearly ran us down, Frank," he said angrily. There was no answer. Frank lay facedown in the dirt, motionless, a thin line of blood trickling down the side of his head.

The Number File (Hardy Boys Casefiles #17)

by Franklin W. Dixon

From the back of the book: Hot water in the Bermuda Triangle Frank and Joe are soaking up some sun in Bermuda and doing a little sleuthing on the side. Their father wants them to check out a shady character named Bernhard Kruger the suspected kingpin of a big credit card scam. But the brothers aren't making any headway-so far Kruger is clean. When the Hardys spy on Kruger's villa, one of his thugs spots them. Before they know it, they're being tailed by a black sedan and run off the road into the ocean! This is not the act of an innocent man. Their vacation shot, Frank and Joe resolve to nail Kruger. But he's on to them, and he has other plans-like arranging for the brothers to vanish in the Bermuda Triangle. =============== From inside the book: DEATH SWIM Frank and Joe tore down the rocky hill to where the red MG was hidden. In minutes they were crossing a bridge, on their way back to Somerset Village. Near the end of the bridge a powerful black BMW started to pass them. Dark-tinted windows on the sleek performance car made it impossible to see the driver. The BMW held its position, creeping closer to the MG. "Watch out!" Joe shouted. Before Frank could hit the brakes, four thousand pounds of BMW slammed into the side of the little MG. Frank fought to stay on the bridge, but the car spun out of control, jumping over the small curb. The brothers were tossed forward as the car plummeted down the steep incline toward thirty feet of water.

One False Step

by Franklin W. Dixon

A TRIP TO THE CIRCUS STIRS THE BOYS' SENSES--AND SUSPICIONS. Frank, Joe, and their friends head to Philadelphia to catch a performance of Aerocirque, an amazing circus act with a twist: The acrobats swing and flip from helicopters high in the air! But all is not well in the City of Brotherly Love. The other show in town is a series of robberies, and no one knows how they're being pulled off. Frank and Joe are soon jumping through hoops to find the clues they need to catch the culprits. But will they be too late? It looks like this mystery may come right down to the wire!

Operation: Survival

by Franklin W. Dixon

ATAC BRIEFING FOR AGENTS FRANK AND JOE HARDY MISSION: Determine the cause of recent injuries and deaths at a camp for troubled teens. LOCATION: The wilderness surrounding Moosehead Lake in Maine. POTENTIAL VICTIMS: More boys in the program. Counselors. SUSPECTS: We have reason to suspect that the founder of the camp, Linc Saunders, is behind this.

Operation Titanic (Nancy Drew & Hardy Boys SuperMystery #35)

by Carolyn Keene Franklin W. Dixon

Nancy has a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to witness the raising of the "Titanic". But when her ship suffers some disruptions, Nancy suspects that someone is trying to sabotage the raising. Meanwhile, Joe has mysteriously vanished from a nearby ship -- and Frank and Nancy must wade through dangerous waters to uncover the truth.

Out of Control (Nancy Drew & Hardy Boys SuperMystery #31)

by Carolyn Keene Franklin W. Dixon

America's Top Teen Detectives Team Up To Stop Crime In Its Tracks! Indianapolis is the place to be in the week preceding the Indy 500 race, and NANCY DREW is eager to join in the excitement. First stop: the racetrack fashion shoot featuring sportswear designer Kate Cordova and supermodel Miranda Marott. And when Nancy steps in to save the shoot from major disaster, she earns the designer's gratitude and an invitation to a cool party. But a shocking twist threatens to cut the new friendship short -- when a federal agent steps in to arrest Kate! Meanwhile. . . FRANK and JOE HARDY are working undercover on an Indy 500 pit crew. Their assignment: find out who's sabotaging driver Robbie McDonnell's racing team. They quickly discover that there's no room for error -- on the track or off. A sniper's bullet, a flash fire, and finally a deadly discovery bring Nancy, Frank, and Joe together in an investigation that leads to a million-dollar mystery and to murder, as crime spins. . . Fast And Dangerous

The Outlaw's Silver (Hardy Boys Mystery Stories # 67)

by Franklin W. Dixon

The Hardy Boys are given clues which send them in search of the treasure hidden by the Outlaw of the Pine Barrens.

The Pacific Conspiracy (Hardy Boys Casefiles #78, Ring of Evil #3)

by Franklin W. Dixon

From the back of the book: Beast of the East! From Atlanta to Alaska to the exotic shores of Indonesia, Frank and Joe Hardy have penetrated the inner sanctum of a worldwide terrorist network: the Assassins. Now drawn into the enemy's lair, the Hardy's face their greatest challenge and greatest risk-to uncover the true purpose and power of the violent criminal conspiracy. Trapped deep in the Indonesian jungle, their covers blown, the boys can't afford to turn back. They confront a force so potent, an intelligence so evil, there's no time to seek reinforcements. Braving the heights of terror, Frank and Joe alone will have to defuse an explosive scheme that could erupt into a catastrophe of global proportions! ============== From inside the book: LAND OF THE LOST Frank stared down from the wall at the yard below. It was almost empty, except for a stone sculpture of a small dinosaur at one end, away from the building. Before Frank could say anything, Joe jumped off the wall, somersaulting as he landed and rolling to his feet. Frank shrugged and jumped too, landing the same way his brother had. "Now let's see if we can find a way in," Frank said. "Maybe around back-" "Frank." Joe's arm shot out across his brother's chest, stopping Frank dead in his tracks. He pointed across the yard. "I don't think that's a statue." The statue was moving toward them. "It's alive," Frank said, not believing his own words. He watched the creature as it came closer to them. It had to be at least eight feet long and weigh several hundred pounds. "That's no dinosaur . . . it's a Komodo dragon ... a man-eater!"

Panic on Gull Island (Hardy Boys Mystery Stories #107)

by Franklin W. Dixon

Terror is sweeping across the peaceful resort community of Gull Island, Florida, and Frank and Joe may be too late to stop it.

Passport to Danger

by Franklin W. Dixon

A VACATION IN PARIS TURNS INTO AN ATTEMPT TO SAVE THE CITY Frank and Joe Hardy can't resist an invitation to volunteer with the crew for a soccer match in Paris. They will be working at the same stadium where the World Cup was held a few years ago! From the moment the Hardys arrive, though, strange things start happening. Bleachers collapse during practice, fireworks are tampered with, and the stadium lighting system is sabotaged. The stadium--and soon most of Paris--is under attack. Despite the extreme danger that lies directly in their path, the Hardys are hot on the case. Using spy gear like night-vision goggles and digital voice changers, can Frank and Joe trap the mastermind behind these crimes?

Past and Present Danger

by Franklin W. Dixon

AN UNDERCOVER STORY BRINGS CRIME OUT IN THE OPEN! Frank and Joe's aunt Gertrude leads a pretty quiet life -- until an old high school friend turns up in Bayport. Clayton Silvers once had a distinguished career as an investigative reporter. Then he was accused of falsifying some of his articles and even taking money to expose his subjects. Now he's in town, working on the explosive story that he says will be his comeback. Aunt Gertrude staunchly maintains her friend's innocence, but the Hardys aren't so sure that Silvers is a sterling character. Since he's been around, the danger level has escalated. Now the Hardys are the ones being watched and stalked, their every move monitored. Silvers is playing a high-stakes game, and the Hardys don't want to be on the losing end!

The Pentagon Spy (Hardy Boys Mystery Stories #61)

by Franklin W. Dixon

Frank and Joe are tasked with finding the robbers of several valuable weather vanes. They travel to the Amish farmland in Pennsylvania where they seem to be foiled at every lead. Meanwhile Fenton Hardy is attempting to find some top secret stolen documents from the Pentagon. He calls on Frank and Joe to help in the search. Through strange twists, the Hardys end up solving both cases at the same time.

Perfect Getaway (Hardy Boys Casefiles #12)

by Franklin W. Dixon

From the back of the book: Underworld express It's the ultimate criminal operation. For a huge fee Perfec Getaway Travel, Ltd. will provide a clean escape from the long arm of the law. To crack the ring, Frank and Joe pose as a pair of crooks looking for a safe hideout. But when they finally manage to reach the end of the line, the brother detectives find themselves trapped in a private kingdom. A garden of evil, ruled by a murderous crime lord-where an exit visa costs a cool five million dollars. . . . ============ From inside the book: JUNGLE RODEO Joe started across the corral, slowly. From the stable, he heard the whinny of a horse-in a cubicle near the gate, the chief sat astride a palomino. The door of the cubicle shot up, and the horse raced right for Joe as the chief gave a wild, ear-shattering whoop. At the first sound, Joe started moving. His feet were pumping beneath him, his heart was pounding in his chest, and his lungs felt as if they would burst. He rounded the corral, approaching the gate from the opposite side, steadily getting closer. Then he felt the rope drop down over his shoulders and tighten. And he heard the chief's cry of triumph. "You lost, boy. You're dead!"

Peril at Granite Peak

by Franklin W. Dixon

Joe and Frank's winter break skiing holiday turns to horror in this Hardy Boys adventure--a fresh approach to a classic series.Frank and Joe are thrilled to spend winter break hitting the slopes at the Granite Peak Lodge ski resort. What could be better than an action-packed week of skiing and snowboarding set against a scenic mountain landscape? But their plans hit an unexpected bump when a blizzard blows in, closing the roads and leaving the boys stranded in the lodge with several others. Meanwhile, a series of deadly mishaps threatens to sabotage the resort--and the lives of its trapped guests. First, a fellow vacationer nearly freezes solid when he's locked out during the raging storm. Then, the lodge's electricity is cut off, broken glass turns up in the breakfast waffles, and a resort employee is buried in a snowdrift. Who's behind these sinister acts? Is the culprit trapped in the lodge with them? The Hardys are determined to find out--before they're caught in an avalanche of danger.

The Phantom Freighter (Hardy Boys #26)

by Franklin W. Dixon

The Hardy brothers embark on a freighter trip under mysterious circumstances and find themselves involved with a smuggling ring.

The Phoenix Equation (The Hardy Boys Casefiles #66)

by Franklin W. Dixon

The boys search throughout Sweden to find their father's killers.

Pirates Ahoy! (Frank and Joe Hardy: The Clues Brothers #13)

by Franklin W. Dixon

When Frank, Joe, and Chet hear that a pirate ship sank near Bayport hundreds of years ago, they don't believe it. But then they find a strange silver coin, an old pirate weapon, and a tattered treasure map with a big X on it. Now they're determined to find the treasure -- even if they have to dig up every backyard in Bayport!

Power Play (Hardy Boys Casefiles #50)

by Franklin W. Dixon

From the back of the book: Experiment in terror Bright Futures Development has announced the invention of a powerful new solar energy cell and the Hardy boys have gone undercover to protect it from industrial spies. But the action proves too hot to handle; a company employee assigned to the solar cell lab has turned up dead! Was it an inside job? Or was it a rival company out to burn the competition? Frank and Joe follow a trail of deceit and double-dealing and discover that the truth behind the solar power source is much darker than they suspected. Plenty of high-energy action awaits them as they fly straight into a fiery web of danger! =============== From inside the book: CRASH LANDING Frank settled back in the passenger seat of the solar-powered ultralite as it soared through the air. It was so peaceful up in the clouds, and quiet- almost too quiet, he told himself. He cocked his head and listened. He couldn't hear the propeller anymore. "Trouble?" he asked the pilot. "We lost power for a second," Theresa told him. She punched the starter switch once, twice, three times. Nothing happened. Theresa smiled at Frank nervously. "Looks like we may be in for a rough landing. I can't get it-" A sudden downdraft threw the plane into a dive. The nose pitched down violently, and Theresa's head was thrown forward to smash into the controls. Frank was hurtling toward the ground in a flying coffin, with an unconscious pilot!

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