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The Secret Panel by Franklin W. Dixon
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The Secret Panel (1946)

by Franklin W. Dixon

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A chance meeting with a stranger on the road provides the Hardy brothers with a clue to a gang of local burglars.

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Chet Motron hires the Hardy Boys to help him recover his dory. His latest hobby. His hobby intrest get tied up in a robbery ring. I love how Mr. Dixon lets the characters loose. Show that they can fit in anywhere in society. ( )
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Another exciting mystery begins for Frank and Joe Hardy when they help a stranger who has had an accident with his car. The man introduces himself as John Mead, owner of a nearby estate. After he continues on his way, Frank finds an odd-looking house key which belongs to Mead. But when the Hardys try to return it, they learn that John Mead died five years ago! They are even more amazed when they find that the intricately carved doors in the dead man's deserted mansion have no visible knobs or keylocks.
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