3 edition of Mystery of the desert giant found in the catalog.
Mystery of the desert giant
Franklin W. Dixon
Originally published, New York, Grosset and Dunlap,1961.
|Statement||by Franklin W. Dixon.|
|Series||Hardy boys mystery stories / Franklin W Dixon|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||160|
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The "desert giants"-ancient Indian ruins-they discover point them to another mystery along the way, a mystery which may not be so separate as they think from the one Grafton is involved in. This was the /5. The giant depicted is far too small. In the book it’s geographically accurate, but I guess Mr.
Nappi had to compromise or else we’d have no idea what we’re looking at. Setting: Bayport, the California desert. Mystery of the Desert Giant book. In a search for the missing Willard Grafton, Frank Hardy and younger brother Joe, encounter a gang of criminals intent on defrauding the US government, and are lead.
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Get this from a library. Mystery of the desert giant. [Franklin W Dixon] -- Frank and Joe solve a mystery involving a missing man, an abandoned airplane and giants in the desert. Mystery of the Desert Giant is Volume 40 in the original The Hardy Boys book series published by Grosset & Dunlap.
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This book opens with Frank, Joe & Chet lurking in the front garden of the Hardy home with Chet's infrared camera. They've received a phonecall about a mysterious visitor & are determined to get a picture of 5/5(1). The Mystery Of The Desert Giant was published in the US in & was the fortieth in the series.
The book first appeared in the UK in & was numbered 6 when it was published by Armada. Buy The Mystery of the Desert Giant by Franklin W Dixon online at Alibris.
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Frank, Joe and Chet fly off to the California desertland to search for a man who disappeared under mysterious circumstances. Did he leave by his own choice or was he kidnapped.
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Mystery of the Desert Giant Hardy Boys Series, Book 40 Subjects. Juvenile Fiction Mystery. In a search for the missing Willard Grafton, Frank Hardy and younger brother Joe, encounter a gang of. Buy a cheap copy of Mystery of the Desert Giant book by Franklin W.
Dixon. The Hardy boys travel to Mexico to solve the mystery of a missing plane and its passengers. Their only clues are giant desert /5(2). Mystery of the Desert Giant (Book): Dixon, Franklin W.: In a search for the missing Willard Grafton, Frank Hardy and younger brother Joe, encounter a gang of criminals intent on defrauding the US .by Franklin W.
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