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The Secret Warning (The Hardy Boys #17)

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The owner of a gold pharaoh's head clains it was aboard a frieghter Hardank but suspicions arise that he is trying to defraud theshipping l ine's insurance company.
ebook, 192 pages
Published June 1st 1938 by Grosset & Dunlap (first published 1938)
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Renne
Have to read another one in the future to see if my impression changes but, right now,I can say I liked it. I know it is geared towards teens and up but found it a littl on the basic end of things as far as plot goes. It was predictable and I like a book I can really get into. One that makes me think.
Samir
This book thought me an important lesson. I learned that it's a realy bad idea to try and cheat the govenment. It only ends up badly for you if you get caught.
♆ BookAddict ~ La Crimson Femme
I think the Hardy Boy books helped me with learning deductive and inductive skills. I had to work through logic. Who knew? I enjoyed all these books.
Ruthie Jones
I read the Hardy Boys books (and Nancy Drew) when I was a child. The stories are old fashioned, but that's why I like them so much.
Ian
The latest Hardy Boy adventure. Just started reading it to my sons - it involves a pirate ghost, which they love.
Madison Salem
So, one of my favorite bands parodies this book cover for one of their album covers, which just makes me happy.
Ron
Excellent series for young readers - highly recommended.
I read these books when I was 10 - 15 years of age.
Lisa
Hardy Boys 17: The Secret Warning (Hardy Boys) by Franklin W. Dixon (1938)
Valkyrie Oracle
My book has the same cover as shown in this listing but was published in 1994.
Sharon
Insurance fraud. I never realized how these books ran the gamut of topics.
Sally
Didn't even THINK about finishing reading it. It's HARDY BOYS. I mean come ON.
Meadow
Pretty fun story, interesting plot, but of course the are to perfect.
Jim Sampson
Another great Hardy boys mystery.
Marts  (Thinker)
Another good Hardy Boys mystery!
Laura
First and last Hardy Boys I ever read.
Kolan
read when I was 10 through 13
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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.
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