Hardy Boys 04: The Missing Chums (Google eBook)

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Penguin, Mar 1, 1930 - Juvenile Fiction - 192 pages
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"THE MISSING CHUMS"?
WRONG TITLE, SUBJECT!
SHOULD HAVE BEEN "THE MISSING GIRLS"
(Was eventually for Iola Morton, #107 "Panic on Gull Island"---and better!)
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Aunt Gertrude should comment about Chet, "Missing---but certainly NOT missed."
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Ominous signs for series future:
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---Iola and Callie tried to take active part, got unfairly kicked out fast, disappeared---tried again, #7 Secret of Caves, kicked out unfairly again, NEXT chance # 97 (!) Cast of Criminals take part, FINALLY getting to see it through, for girls individually, even getting BOUND AND GAGGED, #89 Sky Blue Frame for Iola, Callie, apart from Casefiles, even further #112 Demolition Mission.
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---second time in just first four novels, Frank and Joe tied up AGAIN, gagged FIRST time
 

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Contents

Exciting Assignment
1
An Evening of Mystery
10
Faces in the Fog
17
A Daring Getaway
24
Dancing Gorillas
30
A Perilous Slide
40
Dangerous Beachcombing
49
Postcard Puzzle
59
The Desolate Island
99
The Threatening Figure
107
Signal Three
115
Outwitting a Suspect
123
Skeleton Symbol
132
Hermits Hideout
140
Hidden Watchers
147
Rocky Prison
154

The Old Salts Story
72
A Narrow Escape
82
Midnight Caller
91
Ambushing the Enemy
164
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Franklin W. Dixon is the author of the ever-popular Hardy Boys books.

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