The Tower Treasure

The Tower Treasure by Franklin W Dixon

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Grownups will remember Frank and Joe Hardy and their ability to solve even the most baffling of mysteries. The first book was published in 1927, and over the years the series has sold over 50 million copies. But mysteriously, the original books have disappeared. Now, Applewood is pleased to present The Tower Treasure, the very first Hardy Boys mystery ever published.

Join millions of fans as they match wits with the Hardy Boys on their quest to bring criminals to justice.

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A dying criminal confesses that his loot has been secreted "in the tower." Both towers of the looted mansion are searched in vain. It remains for the Hardy boys to make an astonishing discovery that clears up the mystery.

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Franklin W Dixon

A book by Franklin W Dixon

The collective pseudonym of the following authors: Edward Stratemeyer (pictured), E.

Squire, Harriet Adams, Mildred Wirth Benson, etc.

The Hardy Brothers series is related to the Nancy Drew series, which was written by the same authors, but under a different pseudonym Caroline Keane Edward Streitmeyer // Edward Stratemeyer , wrote under the pseudonym Franklin W.

Dixon // Franklin W.

Dixon. (October 4, 1862 - May 10, 1930). Born in Elizabeth, New Jersey. American writer and publisher of children`s books. He himself wrote 150 books and created the famous youthful multi-author series of books: "Wanderers" (1899 onwards); The Bobsey Twins (1904); "Tom Swift" (1910) - wrote the first books of the series under the pseudonym Victor Appleton, then other authors wrote the series under this pseudonym; The Hardy Brothers (1927) and Nancy Drew (1930) - While Edward Streitmeyer and his daughters Harriet and Edna wrote stories for Nancy Drew`s books, numerous other authors wrote manuscripts under the collective pseudonym Carolyn Keene, and many other series.

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The collective pseudonym of the following authors: Edward Stratemeyer (pictured), E. Squire, Harriet Adams, Mildred Wirth Benson, etc. The Hardy Brothers series is related to the Nancy Drew series, which was written by the same authors, but under a different pseudonym Caroline Keane Edward Streitmeyer // Edward Stratemeyer , wrote under the pseudonym Franklin W. Dixon // Franklin W. Dixon. (October 4, 1862 - May 10, 1930). Born in Elizabeth, New Jersey. American writer and publisher of children`s books. He himself wrote 150 books and created the famous youthful multi-author series of books: "Wanderers" (1899 onwards); The Bobsey Twins (1904); "Tom Swift" (1910) - wrote the first books of the series under the pseudonym Victor Appleton, then other authors wrote the series under this pseudonym; The Hardy Brothers (1927) and Nancy Drew (1930) - While Edward Streitmeyer and his daughters Harriet and Edna wrote stories for Nancy Drew`s books, numerous other authors wrote manuscripts under the collective pseudonym Carolyn Keene, and many other series.