This is a list of all Hardy Boys books published, by series.
|#||Title||Pub.||Outline||Manuscript||Editor||Rev.||New Outline||Revised by|
|1||The Tower Treasure||1927||Edward Stratemeyer[note 1]||Leslie McFarlane||Edward Stratemeyer||1959||Harriet Stratemeyer Adams||Harriet Stratemeyer Adams|
|2||The House on the Cliff||1927||1959|
|3||The Secret of the Old Mill||1927||1962||Alistair Hunter|
|4||The Missing Chums||1928||1962||James Buechler|
|5||Hunting for Hidden Gold||1928||1963||Alistair Hunter|
|6||The Shore Road Mystery||1928||1963||David Grambs||David Grambs|
|7||The Secret of the Caves||1929||1965||Andrew E. Svenson||Andrew E. Svenson|
|8||The Mystery of Cabin Island||1929||1966||Anne Shultes||Anne Shultes, Andrew E. Svenson, & Harriet Stratemeyer Adams|
|9||The Great Airport Mystery||1930||1965||James Duncan Lawrence & Harriet Stratemeyer Adams||Tom Mulvey|
|10||What Happened at Midnight||1931||Edna Stratemeyer Squier||Harriet Stratemeyer Adams||1967||Tom Mulvey|
|11||While the Clock Ticked||1932||1962||Harriet Stratemeyer Adams, Grace Grote, & Andrew E. Svenson||James Buechler|
|12||Footprints Under the Window||1933||Leslie McFarlane[note 2]||1965||David Grambs||David Grambs|
|13||The Mark on the Door||1934||Harriet Stratemeyer Adams||1967||Tom Mulvey||Tom Mulvey|
|14||The Hidden Harbor Mystery||1935||Edna Stratemeyer Squier||1961||Grace Grote||James Buechler|
|15||The Sinister Signpost||1936||Harriet Stratemeyer Adams||Leslie McFarlane||1968||Tom Mulvey||Tom Mulvey|
|16||A Figure in Hiding||1937||Edna Stratemeyer Squier||1965||James Duncan Lawrence||James Duncan Lawrence|
|17||The Secret Warning||1938||John Button||1966|
|18||The Twisted Claw||1939||Harriet Stratemeyer Adams||1969||Tom Mulvey||Tom Mulvey|
|19||The Disappearing Floor||1940||Edna Stratemeyer Squier||1964||James Duncan Lawrence||James Duncan Lawrence|
|20||The Mystery of the Flying Express||1941||Harriet Stratemeyer Adams||1970||Andrew E. Svenson||Vincent Buranelli|
|21||The Clue of the Broken Blade||1942||Edna Stratemeyer Squier||1970||Richard Deming|
|22||The Flickering Torch Mystery||1943||Harriet Stratemeyer Adams||Leslie McFarlane||1971||Vincent Buranelli|
|23||The Melted Coins||1944||1970||Andrew E. Svenson|
|24||The Short-Wave Mystery||1945||1966||Patricia Doll, Priscilla Baker-Carr, & James Duncan Lawrence||David Grambs|
|25||The Secret Panel||1946||Harriet Stratemeyer Adams||1969||Harriet Stratemeyer Adams||Priscilla Baker-Carr|
|26||The Phantom Freighter||1947||Amy McFarlane||1970|
|27||The Secret of Skull Mountain||1948||George Waller, Jr. & Harriet Stratemeyer Adams||1966||David Grambs|
|28||The Sign of the Crooked Arrow||1949||Andrew E. Svenson||1970||Priscilla Baker-Carr|
|29||The Secret of the Lost Tunnel||1950||1968||David Grambs, June Dunn, Priscilla Baker-Carr|
|30||The Wailing Siren Mystery||1951||Andrew E. Svenson & Harriet Stratemeyer Adams||1968||Priscilla Baker-Carr|
|31||The Secret of Wildcat Swamp||1952||William Halstead & William Dougherty||1969|
|32||The Crisscross Shadow||1953||Andrew E. Svenson||Richard Cohen||1969||Andrew E. Svenson|
|33||The Yellow Feather Mystery||1954||William Dougherty||1971|
|34||The Hooded Hawk Mystery||1954||Harriet Stratemeyer Adams||Charles Strong||1971||Harriet Stratemeyer Adams|
|35||The Clue in the Embers||1956||John Almquist||1972|
|36||The Secret of Pirates' Hill||1957||Andrew E. Svenson||1972||Andrew E. Svenson|
|37||The Ghost at Skeleton Rock||1958||James Duncan Lawrence||1966|
|38||The Mystery at Devil's Paw||1959||Andrew E. Svenson & Harriet Stratemeyer Adams||1973||Andrew E. Svenson & Harriet Stratemeyer Adams|
|39||The Mystery of the Chinese Junk||1960||Andrew E. Svenson|
|40||Mystery of the Desert Giant||1961||Andrew E. Svenson & Harriet Stratemeyer Adams||James Buechler|
|41||The Clue of the Screeching Owl||1962||Harriet Stratemeyer Adams & Grace Grote|
|42||The Viking Symbol Mystery||1963||Andrew E. Svenson||Alistair Hunter|
|43||The Mystery of the Aztec Warrior||1964||Harriet Stratemeyer Adams||Harriet Stratemeyer Adams|
|44||The Haunted Fort||1965||David Grambs||David Grambs||Andrew E. Svenson, Harriet Stratemeyer Adams, & Jocelyn Starzyk|
|45||The Mystery of the Spiral Bridge||1966||Andrew E. Svenson||Andrew E. Svenson||Jocelyn Starzyk|
|46||The Secret Agent on Flight 101||1967||Tom Mulvey||Tom Mulvey & Harriet Stratemeyer Adams||Andrew E. Svenson & Jocelyn Starzyk|
|47||Mystery of the Whale Tattoo||1968||Andrew E. Svenson||Jerrold Mundis||Andrew E. Svenson & Lilo Wuenn|
|48||The Arctic Patrol Mystery||1969||Andrew E. Svenson||Lilo Wuenn|
|49||The Bombay Boomerang||1970||Vincent Buranelli|
|50||Danger on Vampire Trail||1971||Andrew E. Svenson|
|51||The Masked Monkey||1972||Vincent Buranelli|
|52||The Shattered Helmet||1973||Andrew E. Svenson|
|53||The Clue of the Hissing Serpent||1974|
|54||The Mysterious Caravan||1975|
|55||The Witchmaster's Key||1976||Andrew E. Svenson & Vincent Buranelli||Vincent Buranelli|
|56||The Jungle Pyramid||1977||Vincent Buranelli|
|57||The Firebird Rocket||1978|
|58||The Sting of the Scorpion||1979||James Duncan Lawrence||James Duncan Lawrence|
In 1979, the Hardy Boys books began to be published by Wanderer Books Simon & Schuster in paperback format. Though formatted differently from the original 56-volume series which continued under Grosset & Dunlap's control, these new books were published under the Hardy Boys Mystery Stories banner. These books feature increasingly contemporary cover illustrations and some books have multiple versions of the cover art.
To collectors of Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew books, books in the original series published at Simon & Schuster are called "Digests". This is due to the books resembling Digest-size paperbacks, differing from Grosset & Dunlap's hardcover books (one of the reasons why Adams switched to Simon & Schuster was because Grosset & Dunlap did not like this move, while Simon & Schuster agreed to it).
In 2005, the first eight volumes from the Wanderer section (#59-66) were republished by Grosset & Dunlap, alongside the first eight Nancy Drew volumes from Wanderer as well. These republications went out of print in 2013.
The main plot, formula, and continuity of the books remained similar to the original Grosset & Dunlap books still being published at the time. After Harriet Adams died in 1982, the Syndicate continued with five of its partners (Adams' remaining three children, plus authors Nancy Axelrod and Lilo Wuenn), until its sale to Simon & Schuster in 1987.
Night of the Werewolf was originally listed as the next book at the end of Sting of the Scorpion. Grosset & Dunlap continued to list this until they lost a court case against the Syndicate and Simon & Schuster in May 1980. The book was later revised to eliminate the next title and instead referenced the first book in the series, The Tower Treasure. They later published Night of the Werewolf and the next seven titles in 2005, with the permission and collaboration of Simon & Schuster. These last eight titles were discontinued once the license ran out.
|59||Night of the Werewolf||1979||James Duncan Lawrence||James Duncan Lawrence||Lilo Wuenn|
|60||Mystery of the Samurai Sword||1979|
|61||The Pentagon Spy||1980||Vincent Buranelli||Vincent Buranelli|
|62||The Apeman's Secret||1980||James Duncan Lawrence||James Duncan Lawrence|
|63||The Mummy Case||1980||Vincent Buranelli||Vincent Buranelli|
|64||Mystery of Smugglers Cove||1980|
|65||The Stone Idol||1981|
|66||The Vanishing Thieves||1981||Richard Deming||Richard Deming|
|67||The Outlaw's Silver||1981||James Duncan Lawrence||James Duncan Lawrence|
|68||The Submarine Caper[note 3]||1981||Conrad Fuchs[note 4]||Conrad Fuchs[note 4]|
|69||The Four-Headed Dragon||1981||Laurence Swinburne||Laurence Swinburne|
|70||The Infinity Clue||1981||Karl Harr III[note 5]||Karl Harr III[note 5]|
|71||Track of the Zombie||1982||Vincent Buranelli||Vincent Buranelli|
|72||The Voodoo Plot||1982||Karl Harr III||Karl Harr III|
|73||The Billion Dollar Ransom||1982||Laurence Swinburne||Laurence Swinburne|
|74||Tic-Tac-Terror||1982||James Duncan Lawrence||James Duncan Lawrence|
|75||Trapped at Sea||1982||Vincent Buranelli||Vincent Buranelli|
|76||Game Plan for Disaster||1982||Laurence Swinburne||Laurence Swinburne|
|77||The Crimson Flame||1983||Vincent Buranelli||Vincent Buranelli|
|78||Cave-In||1983||Karl Harr III||Karl Harr III|
|80||The Roaring River Mystery||1984||Karl Harr III||Karl Harr III|
|81||The Demon's Den||1984|
|82||The Blackwing Puzzle||1984|
|83||The Swamp Monster||1985||Neal Barrett||Neal Barrett|
|84||Revenge of the Desert Phantom||1985|
|85||The Skyfire Puzzle[note 6]||1985||Neal Barrett||Neal Barrett|
After volume 85, the series took a two-and-a-half-year hiatus due to the sale of the Stratemeyer Syndicate to Simon & Schuster. At this point, book packager Mega-Books took over the series, and hired different ghostwriters for the job (many of whom are still unknown). The ghost writers who are known are ones who have either been discovered through other resources, or have publicly revealed themselves as a ghostwriter for the series.
|86||The Mystery of the Silver Star||1987||Anne Greenberg|
|87||Program for Destruction||1987|
|89||The Sky Blue Frame||1988|
|90||Danger on the Diamond||1988|
|91||Shield of Fear||1988|
|92||The Shadow Killers||1988|
|93||The Serpent's Tooth Mystery||1988|
|94||Breakdown in Axeblade||1989|
|95||Danger On The Air||1989||Christopher Lampton||Christopher Lampton|
|97||Cast of Criminals||1989|
|98||Spark of Suspicion||1989|
|99||Dungeon of Doom||1989||Christopher Lampton||Christopher Lampton|
|100||The Secret of the Island Treasure||1990||Christopher Lampton||Christopher Lampton|
|101||The Money Hunt||1990|
|102||Terminal Shock||1990||Christopher Lampton||Christopher Lampton|
|103||The Million-Dollar Nightmare||1990|
|104||Tricks of the Trade||1990|
|105||The Smoke Screen Mystery||1990|
|106||Attack of the Video Villains||1991||Christopher Lampton||Christopher Lampton|
|107||Panic on Gull Island||1991|
|108||Fear on Wheels||1991|
|109||The Prime-Time Crime||1991||Christopher Lampton||Christopher Lampton|
|110||The Secret of Sigma Seven||1991||Christopher Lampton||Christopher Lampton|
|112||The Demolition Mission||1992|
|114||The Case of the Counterfeit Criminals||1992|
|115||Sabotage at Sports City||1992|
|116||Rock 'n' Roll Renegades||1992||Christopher Lampton||Christopher Lampton|
|117||The Baseball Card Conspiracy||1992|
|118||Danger in the Fourth Dimension||1993|
|119||Trouble at Coyote Canyon||1993|
|120||The Case of the Cosmic Kidnapping||1993||Christopher Lampton||Christopher Lampton|
|121||The Mystery in the Old Mine||1993|
|122||Carnival of Crime||1993|
|123||The Robot's Revenge||1993|
|124||Mystery with a Dangerous Beat||1994||Frances Lantz||Frances Lantz|
|125||Mystery on Makatunk Island||1994|
|126||Racing to Disaster||1994|
|128||Day of the Dinosaur||1994|
|129||The Treasure at Dolphin Bay||1994|
|130||Sidetracked to Danger||1995|
|131||Crusade of the Flaming Sword||1995|
|133||Crime in the Kennel||1995|
|135||The Hypersonic Secret||1995|
|136||The Cold Cash Caper||1996|
|138||The Alaskan Adventure||1996|
|139||The Search for the Snow Leopard||1996|
|140||Slam Dunk Sabotage||1996|
|141||The Desert Thieves||1996|
|142||Lost in Gator Swamp||1997|
|143||The Giant Rat of Sumatra||1997|
|144||The Secret of Skeleton Reef||1997|
|145||Terror at High Tide||1997|
|146||The Mark of the Blue Tattoo||1997|
|147||Trial and Terror||1997|
|148||The Ice-Cold Case||1998|
|149||The Chase for the Mystery Twister||1998|
|150||The Crisscross Crime[note 7]||1998|
|151||The Rocky Road to Revenge||1998|
|152||Danger in the Extreme||1998|
|153||Eye on Crime||1998|
|154||The Caribbean Cruise Caper||1999|
|155||The Hunt for the Four Brothers||1999|
|156||A Will to Survive||1999|
|157||The Lure of the Italian Treasure||1999|
|158||The London Deception||1999|
|160||A Game Called Chaos||2000||Stephen D. Sullivan||Stephen D. Sullivan|
|161||Training for Trouble||2000|
|162||The End of the Trail||2000|
|163||The Spy that Never Lies||2000||Stephen D. Sullivan||Stephen D. Sullivan|
|164||Skin & Bones||2000|
|165||Crime in the Cards||2001||Stephen D. Sullivan||Stephen D. Sullivan|
|166||Past And Present Danger||2001|
|167||Trouble Times Two||2001|
|168||The Castle Conundrum||2001|
|169||Ghost of a Chance||2001|
|170||Kickoff to Danger||2001|
With the new millennium, the series changed publishers to the Aladdin subdivision of Simon & Schuster. With the reboot of Nancy Drew into Girl Detective, coupled with declining sales, Simon & Schuster ended the original series in April 2005.
|171||The Test Case||2002||Anne Greenberg|
|172||Trouble in Warp Space||2002||Stephen D. Sullivan||Stephen D. Sullivan|
|173||Speed Times Five||2002||Stephen D. Sullivan||Stephen D. Sullivan|
|175||Trick-or-Trouble||2002||Stephen D. Sullivan||Stephen D. Sullivan|
|176||In Plane Sight||2002||Stephen D. Sullivan||Stephen D. Sullivan|
|177||The Case of the Psychic's Vision||2003||George Edward Stanley||George Edward Stanley|
|178||The Mystery of the Black Rhino||2003||George Edward Stanley||George Edward Stanley|
|179||Passport to Danger||2003|
|180||Typhoon Island||2003||Stephen D. Sullivan||Stephen D. Sullivan|
|182||The Secret of the Soldier's Gold||2003||George Edward Stanley||George Edward Stanley|
|183||Warehouse Rumble||2004||Stephen D. Sullivan||Stephen D. Sullivan|
|184||The Dangerous Transmission||2004|
|185||Wreck and Roll||2004||Stephen D. Sullivan||Stephen D. Sullivan|
|187||No Way Out||2004|
|188||Farming Fear||2004||Stephen D. Sullivan||Stephen D. Sullivan|
|189||One False Step||2005||George Edward Stanley||George Edward Stanley|
|190||Motocross Madness||2005||Stephen D. Sullivan||Stephen D. Sullivan|
In these books the reader controls the outcome of the story by choosing different options of advancing the plot, similar to the Choose Your Own Adventure books.
The Clues Brothers books were aimed at younger readers, particularly in third and fourth grades. The series was introduced in 1997 and was cancelled in 2000 for lack of popularity. Starting in 2013 the series is available as ebooks.
This series had some big differences from the other Hardy Boys books, such as:
This series is written in first-person narrative style with Frank and Joe alternating chapters.
Spy Set - Box set of volumes 1–4 (2005)
The Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys Super Mystery books are a new series first published in June 2007 and are not to be confused with the Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys SuperMystery series that was published between 1988 and 1998.
This is a spin-off series of the Nancy Drew: Girl Detective series and The Hardy Boys: Undercover Brothers series. Books are narrated in the first person with chapters alternating between Nancy's, Frank's, and Joe's view. Series was cancelled with Nancy Drew: Girl Detective and The Hardy Boys: Undercover Brothers in 2012.
(A new graphic novel series from Papercutz)
The Hardy Boys Secret Files is a series begun in 2010 by the publisher Simon & Schuster under their Aladdin imprint. It features the Hardy Boys, Frank and Joe, as grade-school detectives. Three new titles are published yearly as paperback books and eBooks. This series rebooted in 2016 as the Hardy Boys Clue Book series.
In 2011 Simon & Schuster cancelled the Undercover Brothers series and launched a new series, Hardy Boys Adventures, publishing four volumes in 2013. The reboot series publishes two to three new titles a year in paperback, hardcover book with dust jacket, and as eBooks. This series is written in the first person with chapters alternating between Frank's and Joe's narration. The first four titles had an initial printing of 25,000 copies in paperback and 2,500 copies in hardcover. Books 5 through 8 had an initial print run of 25,000 in paperback and 5,000 in hardcover. Books 9 and 10 had an initial print run of 10,000 in paperback and 5,000 in hardcover. Audio books released starting in 2015 on CD and download, read by Tim Gregory. The first three titles will be published as a single volume in June 2016 using the cover art from the first book in the series.
|1||Secret of the Red Arrow||February 5, 2013|
|2||Mystery of the Phantom Heist|
|3||The Vanishing Game||June 4, 2013|
|4||Into Thin Air||October 22, 2013|
|5||Peril at Granite Peak||February 4, 2014|
|6||The Battle of Bayport||June 3, 2014|
|7||Shadows at Predator Reef||October 21, 2014|
|8||Deception on the Set||February 3, 2015|
|9||The Curse of the Ancient Emerald||June 9, 2015|
|10||Tunnel of Secrets||October 20, 2015|
|11||Showdown at Widow Creek||February 2, 2016|
|12||The Madman of Black Bear Mountain||June 7, 2016|
|13||Bound for Danger||October 11, 2016|
|14||Attack of the Bayport Beast||February 21, 2017|
|15||A Con Artist in Paris||September 5, 2017|
|16||Stolen Identity||February 20, 2018|
|17||The Gray Hunter's Revenge||October 9, 2018|
This is a re-boot of the Hardy Boys Secret Files series published by Aladdin Paperbacks in paperback, hardcover, and eBook editions written by Franklin W. Dixon with covers and internal illustrations by Matt David. Illustrations and cover art for book #7 by Santy Gutierrez. This is an interactive series, as readers will get to write down their clues and predictions. A page before the final chapter has questions the reader can answer regarding suspects, clues, and solutions. The first book in the series references events in the last book of the Hardy Boys Secret Files series, making this a continuation of that series.
|1||The Video Game Bandit||April 19, 2016|
|2||The Missing Playbook|
|3||Water-Ski Wipeout||August 9, 2016|
|4||Talent Show Tricks||December 6, 2016|
|5||Scavenger Hunt Heist||April 4, 2017|
|6||A Skateboard Cat-astrophe||November 14, 2017|
|7||The Pirate Ghost||April 3, 2018|
|8||The Time Warp Wonder||November 13, 2018|
|9||Who Let the Frogs Out?||April 2, 2019|
The Hardy Boys Casefiles are aimed at early-to-mid teen readers and have more mature themes, including espionage, murder, and slight romance. The new direction the series would take was set in the first volume, Dead On Target, as a bomb planted in the Hardy Boys' car blows up Joe's longtime girlfriend, Iola Morton, in the first chapter. Book packager Mega-Books and Simon & Schuster released the first two Casefiles under the Archway imprint in April 1987 and continued to release a new title monthly until November 1997. In January 1998 the last Casefile, #127 Dead in the Water, was released. This series was published in mass-market, or rack-sized, paperbacks to widen the distribution of the books to supermarkets and other outlets. In September 1987 the Hardy Boys Digest series was revived and continued with #86 The Mystery of the Silver Star. Events from the Casefiles are not referenced in the Digest series, and Iola Morton is alive and a character connected with Joe Hardy as in the previous 85 titles. The Casefiles universe also merges with the Nancy Drew Files and Tom Swift worlds in titles published as A Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys SuperMystery and A Hardy Boys and Tom Swift UltraThriller. Several spin-off series were cancelled by Simon and Schuster at the end of 1997, including The Hardy Boys Casefiles.
Several ISBN numbers were issued for books #128 and beyond before the series was cancelled. Book #128 would have been called Explosive Force and was written by Jerry Novick. A complete manuscript exists for this story. The story written for release as Casefiles #130 was ultimately used as Hardy Boys Digest #150 The Crisscross Crime. It is not known if other manuscripts or story outlines exist for other unpublished Casefiles stories. The A Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys SuperMystery series also had ISBN numbers issued for future titles that ended up being cancelled. The planned #37 entry was being written by Louise Munro Foley and had the working title The Playhouse Mystery. An untitled volume #38 was listed as forthcoming on an on-line book sales site.
From 1998 to 1999, Simon & Schuster published three Hardy Boys Casefiles Collector's Editions that contained three previously published Casefiles stories (Vol. 1 #'s 38, 39 and 40; Vol. 2 #'s 48, 51 and 52; Vol. 3 #'s 55, 58 and 59). In 2005, Simon & Schuster reprinted Vol. 3 in hardcover with a different cover that used the current Hardy Boys Mystery Stories (Digest) cover of a file folder with modified art from Hardy Boys #152, exclusively for Borders Bookstores.
The Canadian rights to the Casefiles and its spin-offs have been held by Paperjacks (April 1987-December 1989) and Distican, Inc./Simon & Schuster Canada (January 1990 – present; Simon & Schuster US bought out Distican in 2002 and just changed the company name). Aside from inserting an ad for their 'Books By Mail' program, their address on the copyright page, and a small Maple Leaf with "Printed In Canada" being put on the front covers, and distributing the books, Paperjacks was allowed no other editorial/layout changes to the books. Once Distican took over the rights in January 1990, the books were all published in the US and just distributed by Distican in Canada with no publishing occurring in Canada.
Simon & Schuster UK have published many 2-in-1 and 3-in-1 books of the Casefiles since the early 1990s in the UK and other British Commonwealth Nations (except Canada). In 2005/06 Simon & Schuster UK reissued four Casefiles under the Undercover Brothers label, with two other books being planned but cancelled before publication.
Armada/Collins held the UK/British Commonwealth (except Canada) rights to the Casefiles from about 1988 till 1991, with reprint rights continuing on throughout the 1990s, allowing Armada to publish different 2-in-1 and 3-in-1 books of the first 10 Casefiles.
The Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew teamed up in this 36 volume series of paperbacks. This series follows the formula of the main characters and their friends typically involved in separate mysteries that end up being connected. The sleuths join forces to solve the overall mystery. This series is based in the Nancy Drew Files and Hardy Boys Casefiles continuity, so murder, romance, and flirtation between the series regulars are common. Nancy Drew and Frank Hardy share an attraction in this series, though after a brief kiss in The Last Resort this attraction is not acted on. Subsequent books focus on the respect and friendship that developed between the two and their continued feelings for Ned Nickerson and Callie Shaw. Several spin-off series were cancelled by Simon and Schuster at the end of 1997, including the Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys SuperMystery series.
The two volume Ultra-Thriller series is a short-lived Hardy Boys spin-off that joined boy inventor Tom Swift with the crime-solving Hardy Boys, Frank & Joe. Although the Franklin W. Dixon pseudonym was used, the series was more akin to the then-current Tom Swift IV series and listed in the Tom Swift books as part of that series. Published as mass market paperback books under the Archway imprint of Simon and Schuster.
There have been many Hardy Boys spin-off books and minor series over the years.
Not to be confused with The Hardy Boys Detective Handbook, The Hardy Boys Handbook: Seven Stories of Survival was first published in 1980 by Wanderer Books (an imprint of Simon & Schuster) and contains seven short stories with instructions for wilderness survival, 134 pages long. Written and illustrated by outdoor journalist and survival instructor Sheila Link under the Hardy Boys imprint, published in hardcover in different format than the rest of the series.
The first Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys: Super Sleuths book was published in 1981 with the sequel published in 1984. Both volumes contain seven short stories with Nancy Drew and the Hardy boys working together and are written under the pen-name of Carolyn Keene and Franklin W. Dixon. Both books were published under Simon & Schuster’s Wanderer Books imprint.
This book was first published by Wanderer Books in 1984 and like the Super Sleuths books, Carolyn Keene and Franklin W. Dixon listed as co-authors. National Director of Program Services, Camp Fire, Inc, Karen W. Bartz wrote a foreword for this book. Carolyn Keene and Franklin W. Dixon also wrote a foreword.
This was first published in 1984 by Simon & Schuster under their Wanderer Books, and then in 1987 by their Minstrel Books imprint. In 2002 it was published yet again by another Simon & Schuster imprint; Aladdin Paperbacks. Because there were so many reprints, several (four) different editions with different cover art exist.
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