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Ghost of the Hardy boys

Author: Leslie McFarlane
Publisher: Toronto : Methuen ; New York : Two Continents, 1976.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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An autobiography of the Leslie McFarlane, the author who was a ghost writer for Edward Stratemeyer.
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Named Person: Leslie McFarlane; Franklin W Dixon; Leslie McFarlane; Franklin W Dixon; Leslie McFarlane
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Leslie McFarlane
ISBN: 084670157X : 9780846701576 045891410X 9780458914104
OCLC Number: 2383978
Description: 211 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction --
Fiction writer wanted --
You, too, can be Roy Rockwood --
Trial run --
Goodbye Springfield --
A book is a book is a buck --
Enter the Hardy Boys --
The Tower Treasure (for starters) --
Home-town boy returns --
A career in journalism --
Mr. Mason, "the boss around here" --
The Northland --
Never tell the truth about an amateur show --
The good life --
Literature for the growing child --
The man who chased fire engines --
Sheet anchor to windward --
The last of the Hardy Boys --
The dispossessed ghost.
Responsibility: an autobiography by Leslie McFarlane.

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An autobiography of the Leslie McFarlane, the author who was a ghost writer for Edward Stratemeyer.

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