Dead on Target (The Hardy Boys Casefiles, Book 1) by Franklin W. Dixon

Dead on Target (The Hardy Boys Casefiles, Book 1) by Franklin W. Dixon

By Franklin W. Dixon

The Hardys run afoul of the biggest prepared crime ring on the earth.

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• “A Senior on Death” is copyright © 2006 by way of Noreen Wald. It initially seemed in Chesapeake Crimes II
• “Murder at the Orient Express” is copyright © 1995 by way of artwork Taylor. It used to be initially released in Ellery Queen’s secret journal, December 1995
• “The Stolen Venus,” is copyright © 2008 by way of Darrell Schweitzer. It used to be initially seemed in Alfred Hitchcock’s secret journal, October 2008
• “Rear View Murder” is copyright © 2006 by means of Carla Coupe. It initially seemed in Chesapeake Crimes II
• “Thubway Tham’s Inthult,” by way of Johnston McCulley, initially seemed in Detective tale journal, October 21, 1919
• “The Ides of March,” via E. W. Hornung, initially seemed within the novice Cracksman (1905)
• “Pinprick” is copyright © 2009 by means of Skadi Beorg. It was once initially released within the brief tale assortment continuously After Thieves Watch
• “The crimson Herring,” by means of William desire Hodgson, initially seemed in Captain Gault (1917)
• “Dragon Bones” is copyright © 2003 via Jacqueline Seewald. It used to be initially released via Orchard Press Mysteries in September 2003
• “The Golden Slipper,” by way of Anna Katherine eco-friendly, initially seemed within the Golden Slipper and different difficulties for Violet unusual (1915)
• “Kali,” by way of Eric Taylor, initially seemed in All-Star Detective, November 1929
• “Driven to Distraction” is copyright © 2006 through Marcia Talley. It initially seemed in Chesapeake Crimes II
• “The Blue Cross,” by way of G. ok. Chesterton, initially seemed within the Innocence of dad Brown (1911)
• “The Worst Noel” is copyright © 2009 by means of Barb Goffman. It initially seemed within the reward of Murder
• “Mr. Clackworthy’s Pot of Gold,” through Christopher B. sales space, initially seemed in Detective tale journal (1920)
• “The Monkey God,” by means of Seabury Quinn, initially seemed in actual Detective stories, April-May, 1927
• “Wedding Knife” is copyright © 2004 by way of Elaine Viets. It was once initially released in Chesapeake Crimes
• “The Mad Detective,” by way of John D. Swain, initially seemed in Detective tale journal, may possibly eight, 1926
• “The event of the Diamond Necklace,” through G. F. Forrest, initially seemed in Misfits: A e-book of Parodies (1905)
• “Security Blanket” is copyright © 2004 by way of Toni L. P. Kelner. It was once was once initially released in Riptide: Crime tales through New England Writers
• “A criminal with no Honor,” by means of Johnston McCulley, initially seemed in Detective tale journal (1921)
• “The Daughter of Huang Chow,” through Sax Rohmer initially seemed in stories of Chinatown (1922)
• “Anchors Away,” is copyright © 2010 by way of C. Ellett Logan. It initially seemed in Chesapeake Crimes: they'd It Comin’
• “Ways of Darkness,” through E. S. Pladwell, initially seemed in All-Story Weekly, October 25, 1919
• “Thubway Tham’s Inthane Moment,” by means of Johnston McCulley, initially seemed in Detective tale journal, Nov. 19. 1918

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That he looked more intelligent than he was, and that a fine expression concealed a second-rate ability; something of that sort. In any case, he looked the wrong kind of husband for a stupid and promiscuous wife. -50- 'I don't know much of it's if He spoke slowly, Watson importance,' measured voice. 'But, as you wished to see every one who had spoken to Sir Malcolm this evening, I thought I had better remain. Though, as a replied. ' 'It's a brief one. I was anxious to have a few words with His Excellency this evening on a personal matter, so at about a quarter to eleven I came along to this office and knocked at the door.

Okay,' Vachell said cheerfully. He threw the diary on to the Governor's desk and left it lying under the reading- lamp. 'We'll let it lie until the chief returns. ' compressed, watched Jeudwine methodihunting through the papers. The search took time, but no one spoke. Vachell lounged against the desk, hands in pockets, eyes fixed on Jeudwine's fingers. The tramp of the KALI guard outside the windows sounded at regular intervals through the room. Pallett stood by, something tense and unrelaxed in his attitude.

E. mentioned yesterday he wanted a dose. ' A sudden silence oppressed the three men in possession of the dead Governor's study. Hannibal's powders, one of the murdered man's last thoughts on earth; his affection for the dachshund, how he used to whistle it to his heels every morning when he went for his daily ride in the hills; the dog's cushion, spattered with red hairs, in the corner of the room. VachelPs even-toned voice continued: 'Then there's one more note. m. " That's — — . . -44- There was a silence.

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