Franklin W. Dixon: Feeding Frenzy Hardy Boys Undercover Brothers #20

Er Fenton Hardy Frank is the older of the two and has breakthroughs in the cases because he is the brainy one Joe is the younger brother who often than not is useful when things get hot and they need to fight their way outLike Nancy Drew the books in the The Hardy Boys series re written by ghostwriters under the collective pseudonym Franklin W Dixon And yes the earlier books were better than the latter ones. D be their last SUSPECTS Any of the contestants they all have reason to knock off the competition THIS MISSION REUIRES YOUR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION THIS MESSAGE WILL BE ERASED IN FIVE SECON.

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This was another amazing book by Franklin W Dixon In this mystery book the Hardy Boys go undercover to reveal who has been sabotaging the Football Frank s Super Bowl hot Different Class dog eating contest With than ten suspects the Hardy Boys have less than twoays to crack the case Feeding Frenzy is the funniest Hardy Boys novel ever ATAC send Frank and Joe on a mission to find the murderer of a hot The Essential Good Food Guide dog eating contest ATAC BRIEFING FOR AGENTS FRANK AND JOE HARDY MISSION To uncover the truth behind a mysteriouseath at the first ualifying round for Football Frank's Super Bowl hot og eating contest

Ontestant So they have to go eep undercover as hot og eating contestants themselves That is just the set up and it ll have you laughing The story is great When I first read Hardy Boys I think I was in class 5 I had such a crush on Frank Hardy I liked the brainy one over the brawny one and that sums up my first impression of Hardy Boys In their late teens Frank and Joe Hardy take after their etective fath. OCATION The ualifying rounds are in Miami; the final competition takes place uring the Super Bowl halftime show POTENTIAL VICTIMS All the teen finalists know that the next hot og coul.

Franklin W Dixon is the pen name used by a variety of different authors Leslie McFarlane a Canadian author being the first who wrote The Hardy Boys novels for the Stratemeyer Syndicate now owned by Simon & Schuster This pseudonym was also used for the Ted Scott Flying Stories series