Trial and Terror (Hardy Boys, #147)
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Trial and Terror (The Hardy Boys #147)

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Another adventure of the crime-busting brothers, Frank and Joe.
Paperback, 149 pages
Published December 1st 1997 by Minstrel
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Justin Duckett
"Trial and Terror" by Franklin W. Dixon is an okay read about a mysterious event that happened. There was a certain crime, one that was similar to murder, that set a mysterious mood. Dixon helps the readers to understand that nothing goes unnoticed and no matter what you did, it can all be dangerous and deadly. Middle school kids will get caught in the conflict of this book, and this might cause them to want to read more of these types of books to fulfill there mysterious needs.
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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.
More about Franklin W. Dixon...
The Tower Treasure (Hardy Boys, #1) The House on the Cliff (Hardy Boys, #2) The Secret of the Old Mill (Hardy Boys, #3) Hardy Boys Complete Series Set Books 1-66 (The Hardy Boys #1-66) The Missing Chums (Hardy Boys, #4)

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