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Hardy Boys 19: The Disappearing Floor (original 1940; edition 1958)

by Franklin W. Dixon

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Title:Hardy Boys 19: The Disappearing Floor
Authors:Franklin W. Dixon
Info:Grosset & Dunlap (1958), Hardcover
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A major incident happens to one of the supporting characters in the story. And a new sub supporting characater is introduced. Harkens back to the initals Hardy Boy stories. ( )
  seki | Jul 20, 2011 |
Somehow, after all these years, this single Hardy Boys book has remained in my collection, following me from place to place, spending years in storage, and somehow ending up on a shelf in my storage room. In its honor, and in honor of the Hardy Boys themselves, whose adventures probably were more responsible than anything else for my lifelong love of reading, I give it four stars! This is one of the original editions--where there car is a jalopy with a rumble seat and their boat, the Sleuth, is made of wood! ( )
  datrappert | Jan 3, 2010 |
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A splintering crash resounded over the bustling platform of Bayport's railroad station.
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While Frank and Joe help their father locate a notorious jewel thief, they also explore the mysterious death of a tycoon's nephew years before.

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