|Author:||Franklin W. Dixon|
|Title:||The Haunted Fort/The Mystery of the Whale Tattoo (Hardy Boys 44 & 47)|
|Format:||doc lrf azw lit|
|ePUB size:||1103 kb|
|FB2 size:||1485 kb|
|DJVU size:||1798 kb|
|Category:||Mysteries and Detectives|
|Publisher:||Armada; 2-in-1 edition (January 13, 1994)|
By FRANKLIN W. DIXON. No. 47 in the Hardy Boys series, This is the original 1968 text. The Hardy Boys travel to Connecticut, New York, and California to break up a gang of mysteriously tattooed thieves. As of 2002, this is the only version of this book. From the inside cover: One exciting event follows another when Frank and Joe Hardy are hired to apprehend the pickpockets who have been plaguing Solo's Super Carnival. When their friends Tony Prito and Biff Hooper exhibit a stuffed whale dug up at a construction project, they all but put the carnival out of business. 42 The Viking Symbol Mystery 1963. 43 The Mystery of the Aztec Warrior 1964. 44 The Haunted Fort 1965. 45 The Mystery of the Spiral Bridge 1966. 46 The Secret Agent on Flight 101 1967. 47 The Mystery of the Whale Tattoo 1968. 48 The Arctic Patrol Mystery 1969. 49 The Bombay Boomerang 1970.
The Haunted Fort, Mystery of Whale Tattoo (Hardy Boys Two-in-ones). 0006944132 (ISBN13: 9780006944133). Franklin W. Dixon is the pen name used by a variety of different authors (Leslie McFarlane, a Canadian author, being the first) who wrote The Hardy Boys novels for the Stratemeyer Syndicate (now owned by Simon & Schuster). This pseudonym was also used for the Ted Scott Flying Stories series. Other books in the series. The Hardy Boys (1 - 10 of 190 books). Books by Franklin W. Mor. rivia About The Haunted Fort.
One exciting event follows another when Frank and Joe Hardy are hired to apprehend the pickpockets who have been plaguing Solo’s Super Carnival. In this thrilling mystery the young detectives pit their wits against a gang of thieves whose bizarre identification, a three-part whale tattoo, proves to be a nearly insolvable riddle. Nancy Drew 35: The Haunted Showboat. Mystery of the Phantom Heist.
Author: Franklin W. When they journey to Alaska to help a friend who feels his life is in danger, the Hardy brothers find their own lives threatened. 2011-12-16The Mystery of the Aztec Warrior (Hardy Boys, Book 43) - Franklin W. 2011-12-14The Wailing Siren Mystery (Hardy Boys, No. 30) - Franklin W. 2011-12-13The Mystery of the Spiral Bridge (Hardy Boys, Book 45) - Franklin W. 2011-12-13The Viking Symbol Mystery (Hardy Boys, Book 42) - Franklin W. 2011-12-13The Mystery of the Aztec Warrior (Hardy Boys, Book 43) - Franklin W. 2012-01-22The Clue in the Embers (Hardy Boys, Book 35) - Franklin W.
The Haunted Fort is Volume 44 in the original The Hardy Boys Mystery Stories published by Grosset & Dunlap. This book was written for the Stratemeyer Syndicate by David Grambs in 1965. A long-distance telephone call from Chet Morton's uncle summons Frank and Joe Hardy and their staunch pal Chet to a summer art school, located near old Fort Senandaga which is reputed to be inhabited by a ghost.
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The Hardy Boys Volume 47-The Mystery of the Whale Tattoo. The Mystery of the Whale Tattoo was first published by Grosset & Dunlap in 1968. It was written (ghostwritten) by Jerrold Mundis. The Hardy Boys gave up their James Bond ways from the previous book to become involved in a stuffed whale mystery. The owner of a carnival hires Frank and Joe Hardy to protect carnival customers from pickpockets. The boys learn soon after that Mr. Prito, father of their friend Tony, discovered a stuffed whale while constructing a new shopping center. The whale was apparently in good condition because of the oil cloths protecting it. Tony Prito puts the whale on display, taking customers away from the carnival and causing the carnival's employees to become very angry with Tony.