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The implausibility of these books brings a smirk to my face every time. The police don't want to send their own detectives into Shantytown undercover, because they will be too easy to spot. So they call in the teenage amateur sleuth Hardy Boys to do it. Their Dad merely wishes them luck and their Mom says they'll be able to take care of themselves.

Still these are books for young boys so don't expect plausibility to get in the way of adventure. They are fun reads. ( )
  GBev2011 | Jul 7, 2011 |
In Bayport lots of things happen. And There is another case to solve for the two young sleuths, Frank and Joe. One night the Hardy boys get a message that their friends, Chet and Biff, are missing. If they do not hurry, they will loose their friends forever. ( )
  adamjohn | Sep 30, 2010 |
A bank robbery! Kidnapped pals! Stolen radios! A crazy shotgun-wielding hermit on an island! It's all go again for the Hardy Boys in this fourth adventure in the series. It appears things are never quiet in Bayport and no-one is in the least bit surprised when Chet Morton and Biff Hooper go missing. In their quest to find and rescue them, Frank and Joe investigate a shanty just outside of town, are threatened, shot at and finally captured themselves! Exciting stuff. ( )
1 vote PaulHassett | Apr 26, 2008 |
A varation on books one - three. I had hope for something new and different, but alas no. This book almost made me give up on a quest on reading the remainder of the books. ( )
  seki | Nov 20, 2006 |
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"Joe, how soon will you be ready to roll?" Frank Hardy burst into the garage where his brother was working on a sleek, black-and-silver motorcycle.
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A series of bizarre events in their home town lead the Hardy Boys on a trail of robbers and kidnappers.

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