Hardy Boys 49: The Bombay Boomerang

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Penguin, Jan 1, 1970 - Juvenile Fiction - 192 pages
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Frank and Joe Hardy become involved in a case affecting national security when Joe dials a wrong telephone number and gets the Pentagon. Two words— “Bombay Boomerang”— that the boys hear before the line goes dead plunge them into a whirlpool of danger and intrigue. At the same time, Frank and Joe must save their father from a murderous gang stealing mercury shipments in the Baltimore harbor. With clues linking the mercury thefts to the top secret Super S missile mysteriously stolen from a government arsenal. In a race against time, the three Hardys foil a diabolical scheme to create widespread havoc in the United States.
 

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Callie, Iola IN DANGER!!!--from out of control boomerang.

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the best i have read so far... I like the part where the hardys decode teddy's messages

Contents

A Cry for Help
Mercury Mystery
The Hotel Caper
The Battered
The Missing Missile
X Marks L Marks
Desperate Dive
Hotel Hideout
Patter in Code
Cemetery Search
Aboard the Indian Freighter
Down the Hatch
Sailor Suspect
Boomerang or Batarang?
Precious Wreck
Joe Leaves a Clue

A Bug on a Wire
The Disk Jockeys
The NerveGas Plot
Secret in the

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Franklin W. Dixon is the author of the ever-popular Hardy Boys books.

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