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The mark on the door,

Author: Franklin W Dixon
Publisher: New York, Grosset & Dunlap [1967]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In their motorboat the sleuths Frank and Joe Hardy search Barmet Bay for a dangerous stranger who has stolen a valuable boat. Suddenly, in the eerie fog, they spot the craft drifting aimlessly out to sea. What happens next starts the young detectives and their pal Chet Morton on an intriguing adventure that takes them to Mexico and into the comparatively unexplored desert and mountain regions of Baja California. The
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Juvenile works
Juvenile fiction
Material Type: Fiction, Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Franklin W Dixon
ISBN: 0448089130 9780448089133 0448189135 9780448189130
OCLC Number: 218227
Description: 175 pages illustrations 20 cm.
Contents: The attack --
The missing witness --
The strange symbol --
The hostage --
Danger path --
Mysterious vigil --
Night rendezvous --
Bullfight --
The trail to Baja --
A villager speaks! --
Mountain pursuit --
The search --
A charging donkey --
A threatening message --
Tunnel escape --
Face to face --
A hot melee --
Outwitting a crew --
The trapper trapped --
Helicopter capture.
Responsibility: by Franklin W. Dixon.

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In their motorboat the sleuths Frank and Joe Hardy search Barmet Bay for a dangerous stranger who has stolen a valuable boat. Suddenly, in the eerie fog, they spot the craft drifting aimlessly out to sea. What happens next starts the young detectives and their pal Chet Morton on an intriguing adventure that takes them to Mexico and into the comparatively unexplored desert and mountain regions of Baja California. The search for the meaning behind a mysterious symbol that terrorizes the people of an entire village, a daring escape from a submarine, perilous encounters with the band of renegade Indians, and unusual smuggling operation -- all combined to make this one of the Hardy's most exciting cases. - Flyleaf.

The search for a stolen boat leads the Hardy brothers to Mexico where they become involved with a band of Indians and a strange smuggling operation.

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