The House on the Cliff (Hardy Boys, #2)
Publish date: October 1st 1991
Publisher: Applewood Books
Pages no: 212
Edition language: English
, Mystery Thriller
, Young Readers
Series: The Hardy Boys 7 (#2)
At last! I've been collecting the vintage, unrevised Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew novels and after a few bites decided to wait and read them in order, but it took me forever to find the second book for either series. After a lucky visit to Providence R.I.'s Cellar Stories bookstore I found 'The House o...
I remember that when I was 8 to 10 years old the Hardy Boys seemed pretty cool. Hell, what's not to like about boys with motorcycles and motor boats? Clearly, I didn't have well developed critical skills. A lot happens in this book that makes very little sense in light of things that happened only a...
Clearly one of the best Hardy Boys books ever written. It was great (albeit terribly unbelievable) to see the great Fenton Hardy in such a bind, only to have the Hardy boys themselves come to the rescue. This book also explains a few tricks you can use if you ever get tied up by a(n) (admittedly inc...
When I first read the Hardy Boys, I thought, wow, it would be so nice to have brothers like this and have such good friends. Mr. Dixon wrote in a time where I felt there was more connections between families and neighbors. I miss this kind of time.I also learned the term - good nature. To my disappo...
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