The Rover Boys on the River
1st World Library, Jun 15, 2007 - 180 pages
Whoop! hurrah! Zip, boom, ah! Rockets! "For gracious' sake, Tom, what's all the racket about? I thought we had all the noise we wanted last night, when we broke up camp." "It's news, Dick, glorious news," returned Tom Rover, and he began to dance a jig on the tent flooring. "It's the best ever." "It won't be glorious news if you bring this tent down on our heads," answered Dick Rover. "Have you discovered a gold mine?" "Better than that, Dick. I've discovered what we are going to do with ourselves this summer." "I thought we were going back to the farm, to rest up, now that the term at Putnam Hall is at an end."
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Dora Stanhope and cousin Nellie Lanning kidnapped (were also in The Rover Boys in the air, Grace must feel left out) NOT bound and gagged (as in Rover Boys in the Air) even after near successful escape attempt. Kidnappers of boys, father NOT so coinsiderate.