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A Figure in Hiding (The Hardy Boys #16) (original 1937; edition 1937)

by Franklin W. Dixon

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Title:A Figure in Hiding (The Hardy Boys #16)
Authors:Franklin W. Dixon
Info:Grosset & Dunlap (1937), Edition: New edition, Hardcover, 192 pages
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  journeyguy | Apr 2, 2013 |
Frank and Joe Hardy realize that they have another case in their hands, when they find the first person of the Googler gang or the Evil Eye. One of the gang dropped a glass eye and that is how the Hardies got their lead on the case of the evil eye ball. There is man called Malcolm Izmir, who owns Izmir Motors. Izmir is in the gang too. Actually he is the gang leader. Malcolm is his first name. Mal in Spanish means bad or evil. And the first letter of Izmir is I or eye. So that is where the evil eye comes from. Chet Morton, the Hardies trusty friend, helped too. He works at health farm, and that is the hide out of the Googler gang. ( )
  adamjohn | May 18, 2011 |
This one had humor and thrills. You can easily overlook the standard items ex: Chet's involvment by the changes in the story path. I enjoyed it very much. ( )
  seki | May 28, 2010 |
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Three boys clattered down the front steps of a handsome stone residence in the city of Bayport.
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While investigating the theft of a valuable idol, Frank and Joe enounter a terrified business woman, a walking mummy, and a weird glass eye.

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