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The Great Airport Mystery (Hardy Boys, Book 9) [Hardcover]

By Franklin W. Dixon (Author)
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Pages   228
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 7.7" Width: 5.41" Height: 1.21"
Weight:   0.89 lbs.
Binding  Hardcover
Release Date   Oct 31, 1999
Publisher   Applewood Books
ISBN  1557092672  
EAN  9781557092670  

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Falsely accused of a robbery at the airport, the Hardy boys turn the tables on the real thieves by nabbing them in the act of committing another robbery.

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Franklin W. Dixon Franklin W. Dixon was the pseudonym devised by Edward Stratemeyer for the author of a series of mystery books he was developing which became the Hardy Boys series. The first book, The Tower Treasure, originally published in 1927, was written by Leslie MacFarlane who went on to write 19 more, including #2 through #16. In all, there are 58 titles in the original Hardy Boys Mysteries series published between 1927 and 1979 written by 17 different men and women. Many of the books were later revised, adding another four "Franklin W. Dixons" to the total.

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It's okay. . .  Sep 8, 2007
This book was okay, just okay. In my opinion, it didn't have as good adventures as the others books had. There were some exciting parts, true; but to, me the whole book wasn't worth it. The end was disappointing and somewhat predictable.

Try reading: "While the Clocked Ticked" the Hardy Boys book #11. Now that is some really good fiction.
The Great Airport Mystery  May 11, 2006
If you like mysteries I would get to the library. The Great Airport Mystery is by Franklin Dixon. The characters are Joe, Frank, and Mr. Fenton. It takes place at an airport on a dirt road. The problem is a plane hits their car.

In the beginning of the story Joe and Frank take a shortcut on a dirt road because they are late getting home for dinner. In the middle of the story they get on a helicoppter to fly around the airport and then see a tornado. To find out what happens, you will have to read The Great Airport Mystery.

I think the story is one of a kind. Boys in 3rd-4th grade would like this book.

C.C. in Annapolis
The White Zone is for Loading and Unloading Only  Apr 6, 2006
You'll love it - it's a way of life.

This is where Dixon bounces back from the disappointing "Secret of the Caves," the installment immediately preceding this book. Yes, there are still caves in this one (perhaps "F.W. Dixon" is really "the mole" from Dick Tracy). However, the "great airport" is truly a mystery.

Despite well-lighted and established signage (white helvetica letters on a dark green background), the "great" airport of the title does not seem very great. When Frank and Joe leave their flivver in long-term parking, a plane lands on top of their car and they are knocked out. A few questions:

1. This is not the first time that they are knocked out. How is it that they both wake up at exactly the same time after these repeated assaults?
2. Given how often they are knocked out, where is the evidence of permanent loss of cognitive function?
3. What was used to knock them out? A truncheon? A sap? A broken tree limb? An artificial limb?

Anyway, it's nice to see Dixn back in mediocre form after the last disaster. It's like spending Christmas with an unwanted relative.
Best Hardy Boy  Mar 2, 2006
This exciting and adventurous novel was the best one out all the Hardy Boy mysteries!!!! This is a must read!
What? Another Cave?  Apr 4, 2005
The Hardy Boys have an adventure that takes place partially in the air this time. Someone is stealing parts containing platinum from Stanwide Mining Equipment Company. The problem is that no one can seem to figure out how it is happening. The Hardy Boys get involved when they are taking a short cut through the country and a plane almost crashes on the roof of their car. Soon the Hardy Boys are trying to learn the source of ghostly whistling and voices.

The Hardy Boys' investigation takes them to an island in the Caribbean Sea, a cave with multiple secrets, and a cabin in Montana. This adventure also contains some of the most dangerous villains the Hardy Boys have encountered yet.

The author continued the use of caves as an integral part of the story. This book is the eighth that uses a cave. In this story the cave is quite large. I am imagining that the United States is filled with caves, at least as far as this author is concerned.

The author paced the last couple of stories nicely, keeping the action going and with sufficient mystery to make a reader want to continue onward. I am impressed with the author's ability to write ever more interesting stories as this series has progressed. I am looking forward to the next novel, "What Happened at Midnight."

Though the Hardy Boys series is written in a relatively archaic fashion, as reading material for an increasingly younger audience they are excellent. The stories were once recommended for children ages 10 to 14. As children are exposed to more violence and seem to require greater levels of stimulation, the recommended age range has move to 9 to 12. I think any child capable of reading some of the challenging words in these books will enjoy them, regardless of how tame most of the action may be. Once a child has reached age 12 or so the stories may be of less interest, but given the combination of mystery and action, these books remain good safe choices for parents who want to know what their children are reading.

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