Hardy Boys 11: While the Clock Ticked

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Penguin, Jan 1, 1932 - Juvenile Fiction - 192 pages
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Review: While the Clock Ticked (Hardy Boys #11)

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Who is that man? The old Purdy house. Mr. Dalrymple.Biff and Chet arrive. Willow River Road. Screeching tires. Black limousine. Mike Disalvo. Footprints. Chow time. Jason Purdy. You must leave this ... Read full review

Review: While the Clock Ticked (Hardy Boys #11)

User Review  - Margretchin Chantal - Goodreads

Who is that man? The old Purdy house. Mr. Dalrymple.Biff and Chet arrive. Willow River Road. Screeching tires. Black limousine. Mike Disalvo. Footprints. Chow time. Jason Purdy. You must leave this ... Read full review

Contents

A Mysterious
Puzzling Clues
Grim Warnings
Stormy Sleuthing
Stolen Treasure
Waterfront Chase
Crafty Thieves
A Perilous Plunge
Meteor Special
The Eavesdropper
Sudden Attack
The Vanishing
A Missing Client
A Dangerous Ticking
The Slippery Rooftop
A Narrow Escape

The Secret Room
The Shadowy Figures
A Suspicious Captain
Hidden Loot
Copyright

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

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