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  • In The Secret of the Caves, there are a couple of ideas that I thought were kind of neat

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      This book if the seventh Hardy Boys book written by Franklin W. Dixon in the 50s and 60s. While many of the ideas are old fashioned, and

      it is especially amusing to read about the “high tech” stuff the boys have or discover, they are, in general, good books for boys to read. In The Secret of the Caves, there are a couple of ideas that I thought were kind of neat. With a missing professor, who may or may not ...

      • The Secret of the Caves
      have simply wandered off campus, and a strange connection to the case that Frank and Joe’s dad is working on, the plot line runs similarly to all
      the other Hardy boys mysteries. But the idea of the metal detector being used to find the pathway from the caves, and the secret caves in the first place, are fun.



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