The Outlaw's Silver - Franklin W. Dixon Reviews
Description:ISBN 0671423371 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Franklin W. Dixon, Leslie Morrill / Paperback / Book is published 1981-10 by Wanderer Books
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by - written on 13/08/09, updated on 09/05/10 (Very useful, 59 readings)
Frank & Joe Hardy are the teenage sons of famous private detective Fenton Hardy & his wife Laura. Together, (& sometimes from help with family & friends) they investigate all sorts of crimes & strange occurences.... The Outlaw's Silver was published in the US in 1981 & was the sixty seventh in the series. The book first appeared in the UK in 1982 & was numbered 65 when it was published by Armada. The book starts with Frank, Joe, Chet, Biff & Tony enjoying a lunchtime ice cream after spending the morning working for Tony's father. Frank feels a movement in his pocket & thinks that a pickpocket is trying to take ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/03/09, updated on 16/03/09 (Very useful, 77 readings)
When I was 10 or 11, I started reading the Hardy Boys books, written by Franklin W Dixon. It is only more recently that I discovered that the name is actually a pseudonym for the publication of the books, with the heroes of the piece, brothers Frank and Joe Hardy, as well as the Dixon name, being the creation of the Stratmeyer Syndicate back in the 1920s. The publishing rights for the first 50 years or so of the Hardy Boys' existence lay firmly with Grosset & Dunlap, until 1979, when Simon & Schuster took over. The Outlaw's Silver is the 9th book released under the latter publishers, but the 67th Hardy Boys overall. You may often see the story ... Read the complete review
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