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The haunted fort.

Author: Franklin W Dixon
Publisher: New York, Grosset & Dunlap [©1965]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Frank and Joe Hardy struggle to locate two stolen paintings that contain clues to hidden treasure.
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Genre/Form: Mystery fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Franklin W Dixon
ISBN: 0448089440 9780448089447 0448189445 9780448189444
OCLC Number: 1146287
Description: 3 preliminary leaves, 176 pages illustrations, frontispiece 20 cm.
Contents: Scalp warning --
Highway chase --
Inquisitive student --
A crimson clue --
Danger alley --
Chet vs. impasto --
An angry sculptor --
Treacherous detour --
The hermit's story --
Mysterious flag --
The lake monster --
A strange tomahawk --
Detective guides --
Lucky watermelon --
An eerie vigil --
The deserted cottage --
The accused --
A sudden disappearance --
Dungeon trap --
The final link.
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Frank and Joe Hardy struggle to locate two stolen paintings that contain clues to hidden treasure.

A long-distance telephone call from Chet Morton's uncle summons Frank and Joe Hardy and their staunch pal Chet to a summer art school, located near old Fort Senandaga, which is reputed to be inhabited by a ghost. The young detectives' assignment: recover two famous oil paintings stolen from the valuable Prisoner-Painter collection owned by Jefferson Davenport. Mr. Davenport, millionaire sponsor of Millwood Art School, reveals that one of the famous Fort Senandaga pictures painted by his artist ancestor, General Jason Davenport, contains a clue to the hiding place of a priceless chain of gold. Vicious threats and deadly traps beset Frank, Joe, and Chet as they search for clues to the stolen paintings and the gold treasure, a search that is complicated by a stormy feud between a proud Englishman and an equally proud Frenchman over the military history of the ancient fort. - Flyleaf.

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