The Tower Treasure (Hardy Boys, #1)
Grownups will remember Frank and Joe Hardy and their ability to solve even the most baffling of mysteries. The first book was published in 1927, and over the years the series has sold over 50 million copies. But mysteriously, the original books have disappeared. Now, Applewood is pleased to... show more
Grownups will remember Frank and Joe Hardy and their ability to solve even the most baffling of mysteries. The first book was published in 1927, and over the years the series has sold over 50 million copies. But mysteriously, the original books have disappeared. Now, Applewood is pleased to present The Tower Treasure, the very first Hardy Boys mystery ever published.
Publish date: June 1st 1976
Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap
Pages no: 180
Edition language: English
, Mystery Thriller
Series: The Hardy Boys 7 (#1)
Almost a year to the day I read the 1959 'The Tower Treasure' I came across this facsimile edition of the original 1927 novel. What makes the difference? In a word:Bowdlerize: To remove material that is considered improper or offensive from (a text or account), especially with the result that the te...
I'm sorely tempted to revisit other 'Hardy Boys' and 'Nancy Drew' titles now, but I'll probably let the impulse pass. The Hardy Boys, two clean-cut young fellows named Frank and Joe, are nearly run down on their motorcycles one afternoon. It comes out later that there was a robbery at the prominent ...
The first canonical Hardy Boys book in the series (which is my favourite series of all time), The Tower Treasure was a bit of a disappointment.There are two sorts of Hardy Boys mysteries: the ones where they fight a gang and the ones where they try to solve a mystery involving one person. I always p...
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...