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The secret of the lost tunnel,

Author: Franklin W Dixon
Publisher: New York, Grosset & Dunlap [1968]
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Difficult assignments are nothing new to the Hardy boys, and this one that takes them to the deep South is particularly challenging. Their mission: to vindicate a long-dead Confederate general, disgraced during the Civil War because he was accused of stealing hidden gold belonging to a bank. In a museum exhibiting relics of the Civil War, the brother sleuths find a puzzling clue that may help to clear the general's
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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: 0448089297 9780448089294 0448189291 9780448189291
OCLC Number: 443539
Description: 174 pages illustrations 20 cm.
Contents: Double warning --
The general' s enemies --
Trouble on the road --
Spies --
Retracing history --
A peculiar professor --
The search --
An important lead --
A trap --
The missing rifle --
Pleasanton's Bridge --
The Cap box --
Digging for gold --
A bombardment --
A shot in the dark --
An old safe --
A fresh perspective --
A final clue --
The lost tunnel --
The plantation' s secret.
Responsibility: by Franklin W. Dixon.

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Difficult assignments are nothing new to the Hardy boys, and this one that takes them to the deep South is particularly challenging. Their mission: to vindicate a long-dead Confederate general, disgraced during the Civil War because he was accused of stealing hidden gold belonging to a bank. In a museum exhibiting relics of the Civil War, the brother sleuths find a puzzling clue that may help to clear the general's name and pinpoint the location of the hidden gold. But a dangerous criminal and his cohorts are out to steal the treasure and constantly harass Frank and Joe and their pal Chet Morton. Skillfully avoiding booby-traps and flying bullets, the boys persevere in their perilous quest. The arduous search is full of surprises that will thrill all fans of the Hardy boys. - Flyleaf.

The Hardy boys are confronted with booby traps and flying bullets in their latest mission to vindicate a long-dead Confederate soldier.

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