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The House on the Cliff (Hardy Boys Series #2)

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5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

The House On The Cliff -A GREAT Mystery!

Frank and Joe hardy are sons of the world famous detective-Fenton Hardy,living in the town of Bayport. They get drawn into this mystery when their father suddenly disappears.Frank and Joe set out to find their father with help from their friends, Chet Morton and Tony Pr...
Frank and Joe hardy are sons of the world famous detective-Fenton Hardy,living in the town of Bayport. They get drawn into this mystery when their father suddenly disappears.Frank and Joe set out to find their father with help from their friends, Chet Morton and Tony Prito.Thank's to Tony's boat the Hardys found the secret layer of Snattman and his smuggling friends.If you want to know how this action packed,fun filled book ends you'll need to read it!!THIS IS A GREAT MYSTERY!

posted by Anonymous on December 2, 2007

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 16, 2002

    yup

    same as all the others. These books are mostly all the same, they get boaring. This was a good book, but you can easily relate to other books in the series. It keeps you reading, but still the set back is, it is the same as all the others!

    0 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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