Some articles on hardy boys, boys, hardys:
... At the beginning of the original Hardy Boys series, Frank is only 16 years old (18 prior to the revisions between 1959 and 1974) and both he and Joe want to follow in their famous father ... father is wrongly accused of stealing, the Hardy boys take it upon themselves to clear his name and solve the mystery ... Fenton and his boys working together plays a bigger part in this series than in any of the following Hardy Boys series ...
... Secrets of the Nile is a Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys super mystery novella The Hardys, Nancy Drew, and her acquaintance, Bess Marvin, are posing as newlyweds in Egypt ... The Hardys are on the trail of a banker who is being targeted by a band of radicals, while Nancy and Bess are trying to protect the daughter of a friend ... The Hardy Boys Series Original The Tower Treasure The House on the Cliff The Secret of the Old Mill The Missing Chums Hunting for Hidden Gold The Shore Road ...
... In the Hardy Boys Secret Files series, set before the events of any of the other books (except the The Hardy Boys Are The Clues Brothers books), Iola and Chet have a ... newest member of the Morton family since the Hardy Boys franchise began in 1927, with Mimi first appearing in Trouble At The Arcade (2010) ...
... See No Evil, the 8th installment of the Hardy Boys Casefiles paperback series, was published in 1987 ... Callie Shaw attempting to join the boys in their crime fighting escapades, and centers around a top-secret codebook and a network of fraud, corruption and murder ... The Hardy Boys Series Original The Tower Treasure The House on the Cliff The Secret of the Old Mill The Missing Chums Hunting for Hidden Gold The Shore Road Mystery The Secret of the Caves ...
... The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries "The Mystery of the Haunted House" (1977) The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries "The Mystery of Pirate's Cove" (1977) The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries "The Mystery of ...
Famous quotes containing the words boys and/or hardy:
“He turns agen and drives the noisy crowd
And beats the dogs in noises loud.
He drives away and beats them every one,
And then they loose them all and set them on.
He falls as dead and kicked by boys and men,
Then starts and grins and drives the crowd agen;
Till kicked and torn and beaten out he lies
And leaves his hold and cackles, groans, and dies.”
—John Clare (17931864)
“That mans silence is wonderful to listen to.”
—Thomas Hardy (18401928)