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Killer Mission (Hardy Boys: Killer Mystery #1)

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MISSION: To investigate the shady goings-on at the exclusive private boarding school Willis Firth Academy.

LOCATION: The mountains of New England.

POTENTIAL VICTIMS: The brothers of Gamma Theta Theta, the most elite fraternity on campus, seem to be on the receiving end of all of Firth's biggest (and most dangerous) problems.

SUSPECTS: The members of the frat may seem like
Kindle Edition, 192 pages
Published (first published 2009)
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While reading any sort of mystery, I like to try figuring it out myself along with the characters. I like seeing if I can put the clues together just as well as they can, if not better.

This one was tough, however. I honestly had no definite idea of who I thought was the most likely culprit, until the second to last chapter or so. And that was only when the narration came out and said who it was.

Still, I like that. It means that the author did a good job of writing a more realistic mystery. I lik
Same as first book...
Killer Mission is the first in the Killer Trilogy. Frank and Joe are undercover at a preppy New England prep school. Frank gets to play a junior. Joe gets to play dog-handler to ....Killer!

Killer is an ex-police dog who is now the school's mascot, and he doesn't like Joe. He loves Frank. But it doesn't matter, 'cause Killer proves he is pretty useful in tracking down the killer of a student.

Pretty good mystery.
This was a very very good book it was'nt amazing, but it was pretty close!
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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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Hardy Boys: Killer Mystery (3 books)
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  • Killer Connections: Book Three in the Killer Mystery Trilogy
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