Danger is the name of the game when the Hardys agree to help their pen pal from Greece, Evan Pandropolos, search for a priceless, ancient Greek helmet. Years ago, Evan’s uncle had loaned it to Hollywood movie company for use in a silent motion picture, but the treasured helmet had been lost. Picking up foes along the way, the young detectives unearth clues that keep them constantly on the move—from their Greek college campus to California and finally to Greece.
ATAC BRIEFING FOR AGENTS FRANK AND JOE HARDY MISSION: Investigate possible hazing at Eagle River Academy, and find the truth behind a student's death. LOCATION: A town near Bayport. POTENTIAL VICTIMS: All new students, including Frank and Joe. SUSPECTS: Seniors. Dorm monitor Mr. Diehl. The girlfriend of the dead student. THIS MISSION REQUIRES YOUR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION. THIS MESSAGE WILL BE ERASED IN FIVE SECONDS.
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.
ATAC BRIEFING FOR AGENTS FRANK AND JOE HARDY MISSION: Good thing you're in Egypt, because we have a mystery on our hands. A man has been murdered, possibly over a map to a precious golden mummy. Could there be a curse surrounding the ancient mummy and his treasure? LOCATION: Cairo, Egypt, and the surrounding area. POTENTIAL VICTIMS: Anyone in pursuit of the treasure. SUSPECTS: Several people on an expedition are suspects. Find them before they find the mummy and the money. THIS MISSION REQUIRES YOUR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION. THIS MESSAGE WILL BE ERASED IN FIVE SECONDS.
"This book follows the development of the Hardy Boys series through 1979. Includes the writing of Stratemeyer and McFarlane; the Cold War and the disco age; race, class, gender; family values; law and order; and action rather than violence. Appendices provide a bibliography of Hardy Boys books, opening lines from 20 novels, and selected "Hardyisms.""--Provided by publisher.
When a mysterious saboteur infiltrates the Miss Teen Stunt Americana competition, Joe and Frank are assigned to back up one of the contestants... Lind'Z Rider, the most flamboyant and impulsive A.T.A.C. agent ever! As if the competition stunts weren't dangerous enough, Frank and Joe must stop the saboteur before someone dies!
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. 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.
When dogs and men suddenly disappear, and strange screams fill the night, fantastic stories of vengeful ghosts are almost believable. It is these strange happenings which bring Frank and Joe Hardy to the Pocono Mountains to help their father’s friend solve the mystery of Black Hollow. But when the Hardy boys and Chet Morton arrive at Captain Thomas Maguire’s cabin on the edge of the hollow, he has disappeared. Frank and Joe are determined to find the captain, despite Chet’s misgivings after a night of weird and terrifying screams. Strangely, it is a small puppy that discloses a most unusual and surprising set of circumstances, involving a mute boy, an elusive hermit, and a fearless puma trainer. From the Hardcover edition.