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9 things grown men could learn from the Hardy Boys!

9 Lessons From The Hardy Boys

Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew. I could kick myself, hard, for giving away all my old Nancy Drew books.

Fall weekend binge-reading idea: ALL the Nancy Drews and ALL the Hardy Boys. (at Powell’s Books, Inc.

The Hardy Boys are another classic series that I grew up with that never gets old. The boys will relate more with this series than with Nancy Drew, but the series have many similarities.

The Hardy Boys: The Tower Treasure edition). This is the first and favorite of the Hardy Boys books I read when I was a kid.

The Mystery of the Chinese Junk (Hardy Boys, Book 39) by Franklin W. Dixon. $6.99. 192 pages. Reading level: Ages 8 and up. Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap; First Edition edition (December 1, 1959). Author: Franklin W. Dixon

The Mystery of the Chinese Junk (Hardy Boys, Book by Franklin W. First Edition edition (December 192 pages. Author: Franklin W.

Tower Treasure (1927). Hardy Boys #1. Franklin W. Dixon. First edition, first printing. Glossy frontispiece by Walter S. Rogers. Red cloth with gold and black lettering, original color pictorial dust jacket. New York, Grosset & Dunlap. Dixon is the pen name used by authors who wrote for the Stratemeyer Syndicate. A dying criminal confesses that his loot has been secreted “in the tower.” Both towers of the mansion are searched in vain. The Hardy boys make a discovery that clears up the…

Tower Treasure Hardy Boys Franklin W. Glossy frontispiece by Walter S. Red cloth with gold and black lettering, original color pictorial dust jacket. New York, Grosset & Dunlap

A Daughter's a Daughter by Agatha Christie, writing as Mary Westmacott.  Dell edition, 1963.  Illustration by Harry Bennett.

gentlemanlosergentlemanjunkie: Agatha Christie, A Daughter’s a Daughter, cover art by Harry Bennett. (via Look Here: Four covers with art by Harry Bennett

The Hardy Boys THE HOUSE ON THE CLIFF w Dust Jacket 1944A-25 Intro 2nd cover art on eBay!

The original Hardy Boys mystery books. Authors, artists, summaries, cover art & much more plus new & vintage book sales.

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The Clue in the Embers, written by my Dad John Almquist. He was the ghost writer of the Hardy Boys and Tom Swift during the fifties. He was Franklin W. Dixon and Victor Appleton, III !

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