The Hardy Boys Mysteries, 1927-1979: A Cultural and Literary

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Clock repairman who quotes Shakespeare, George Bulman, is said to have a perpetual cold -- because the star actor, a former Essex CID, was being treated for (now cured) throat cancer. Carstairs, 1911; The Senator’s Plot, 1911; Shown on the Screen, 1911; The Streaked Peril, 1911; A Submarine Trail, 1911; The Triple Knock, 1911; The Vanishing Emerald, 1911; A War of Brains, 1911; The Way of the Wicked, 1911; A Weak-Kneed Rogue, 1911; When a Man Yields, 1911; When Necessity Drives, 1911; The Whirling Death, 1911; Bandits of the Air, 1912; The Buried Secret, 1912; By an Unseen Hand, 1912; A Call in the Night, 1912; The Case of the Two Doctors, 1912; Clew by Clew, 1912; The Connecting Link, 1912; The Crime of a Century, 1912; The Crimson Flash, 1912; The Dead Man’s Accomplice, 1912; The Deadly Scarab, 1912; A Double Mystery, 1912; The Fatal Hour, 1912; The House of Whisper, 1912; In Queer Quarters, 1912; In the Face of Evidence, 1912; In the Nick of Time, 1912; The Man with a Crutch, 1912; The Man with a Double, 1912; A Master Criminal, 1912; A Mill in Diamonds, 1912; The Missing Deputy Chief, 1912; The Mysterious Cavern, 1912; Nick Carter and the Gold Thieves, 1912; Nick Carter’s Chance Clue, 1912; Nick Carter’s Counterplot, 1912; Nick Carter’s Egyptian Clew, 1912; Nick Carter’s Last Card, 1912; Nick Carter’s Menace, 1912; Nick Carter’s Subtle Foe, 1912; On a Crimson Trail, 1912; Out for Vengeance, 1912; The Path of the Spendthrift, 1912; A Place for Millions, 1912; A Plot for a Warship, 1912; The Red Triangle, 1912; The Rogue’s Reach, 1912; The Seven Schemers, 1912; The Silver Hair Clue, 1912; A Stolen Name, 1912; Tangled in Crime, 1912; The Taxicab Riddle, 1912; Tooth and Nail, 1912; The Trail of the Yoshiga, 1912; A Triple Knavery, 1912; A Vain Sacrifice, 1912; The Vampire’s Trail, 1912; The Vanishing Heiress, 1912; When Jealousy Spurs, 1912; The Woman in Black, 1912; A Woman of Mystery, 1912; Written in Blood, 1912; The Angel of Death, 1913; The Babbington Case, 1913; Brought to the Mark, 1913; Caught in a Whirlwind, 1913; The Clutch of Dread, 1913; Cornered at Last, 1913; The Day of Reckoning, 1913; Diamond Cut Diamond, 1913; Doomed to Failure, 1913; A Double Identity, 1913; Driven to Desperation, 1913; A Duel of Brains, 1913; The Finish of a Rascal, 1913; For the Sake of Revenge, 1913; The Heart of the Underworld, 1913; The House Across the Street, 1913; In Suspicion’s Shadow, 1913; In the Shadow of Fear, 1913; The International Crook League, 1913; Knots in the Noose, 1913; The Kregoff Necklace, 1913; The Man Who Fainted, 1913; A Maze of Motives, 1913; The Midnight Message, 1913; A Millionaire’s Mania, 1913; The Mills of the Law, 1913; A Moving Picture Mystery, 1913; Nick and the Red Button, 1913; Nick Carter’s New Assistant, 1913; Nick Carter’s Treasure Chest Case, 1913; On the Eve of Triumph, 1913; Plea for Justice, 1913; Points to Crime, 1913; The Poisons of Exili, 1913; The Purple Spot, 1913; Repaid in Like Coin, 1913; A Riddle of Identities, 1913; A Rogue of Quality, 1913; The Sign of the Coin, 1913; The Spider’s Parlor, 1913; The Sting of the Adder, 1913; The Sway of Sin, 1913; The Thief in the Night, 1913; A Tower of Strength, 1913; Toying with Fate, 1913; The Turn of a Card, 1913; The Unfinished Letter, 1913; Weighed in the Balance, 1913; When a Rogue’s in Power, 1913; When All Is Staked, 1913; When Clues Are Hidden, 1913; While the Fetters Were Forged, 1913; Whom the Gods Would Destroy, 1913; After the Verdict, 1914; Birds of Prey, 1914; A Blind Man’s Daughter, 1914; Bolts from Blue Skies, 1914; The Bullion Mystery, 1914; Called to Account, 1914; Crime in Paradise, 1914; The Crook’s Blind, 1914; The Deeper Game, 1914; Dodging the Law, 1914; The Door of Doubt, 1914; A Fight for Right, 1914; The Fixed Alibi, 1914; The Gloved Hand, 1914; The Grafters, 1914; A Heritage of Trouble, 1914; In the Toils of Fear, 1914; Instinct at Fault, 1914; The Just and the Unjust, 1914; The Keeper of the Black Hounds, 1914; Knaves in High Places, 1914; The Last Call, 1914; The Man of Riddles, 1914; The Man Who Changed Faces, 1914; The Man Who Paid, 1914; The Microbe of Crime, 1914; A Miscarriage of Justice, 1914; Not on the Records, 1914; On the Ragged Edge, 1914; One Object in Life, 1914; Out with the Tide, 1914; A Perilous Parole, 1914; A Rascal of Quality, 1914; The Red God of Tragedy, 1914; A Rogue Worth Trapping, 1914; A Rope of Slender Threads, 1914; The Sandal Wood Slipper, 1914; The Skyline Message, 1914; The Slave of Crime, 1914; Spoilers and the Spoils, 1914; The Spoils of Chance, 1914; A Struggle with Destiny, 1914; A Tangled Skein, 1914; The Thief Who Was Robbed, 1914; The Trail of the Fingerprints, 1914; Unseen Foes, 1914; The Wages of Rascality, 1914; Wanted: A Clew, 1914; When Destruction Threatens, 1914; With Shackles of Fires, 1914; The Wolf Within, 1914; As a Crook Sows, 1915; The Danger of Folly, 1915; The Gargoni Girdle, 1915; The Girl Prisoner, 1915; Held in Suspense, 1915; In Record Time, 1915; Just One Slip, 1915; The Middle Link, 1915; A New Serpent in Eden, 1915; On a Million-Dollar Trail, 1915; The $100,000 Kiss, 1915; One Ship Wreck Too Many, 1915; Rascals and Co., 1915; Satan’s Apt Pupil, 1915; Scourged by Fear, 1915; The Soul Destroyers, 1915; A Test of Courage, 1915; To the Ends of the Earth, 1915; Too Late to Talk, 1915; A Weird Treasure, 1915; When Brave Men Tremble, 1915; When Honors Pall, 1915; Where Peril Beckons, 1915; The Yellow Brand, 1915; Broken Bars, 1916; The Burden of Proof, 1916; The Case of Many Clues, 1916; A Clue from the Unknown, 1916; The Conspiracy of Rumors, 1916; The Evil Formula, 1916; From Clue to Clue, 1916; The Great Opium Case, 1916; In the Grip of Fate, 1916; The Magic Necklace, 1916; The Man of Many Faces, 1916; The Man Without a Will, 1916; A Mixed-Up Mess, 1916; Over the Edge of the World, 1916; The Red Plague, 1916; Round the World for a Quarter, 1916; Scoundrel Rampant, 1916; The Sealed Door, 1916; The Stolen Brain, 1916; The Trail of the Human Tiger, 1916; Twelve in a Grave, 1916; When Rogues Conspire, 1916; The Adder’s Brood, 1917; For a Pawned Crown, 1917; Found in the Jungle, 1917; The Hate That Kills, 1917; The Man They Held Back, 1917; The Needy Nine, 1917; Outlaws of the Blue, 1917; Paying the Price, 1917; The Sultan’s Pearls, 1917; Won by Magic, 1917; The Amphi-Theatre Plot, 1918; Blood Will Tell, 1918; Clew Against Clew, 1918; The Crook’s Double, 1918; The Crossed Needles, 1918; Death in Life, 1918; A Network of Crime, 1918; Snarled Identities, 1918; The Yellow Label, 1918; A Battle for the Right, 1918; A Broken Bond, 1918; Hidden Foes, 1918; Partners in Peril, 1918; The Sea Fox, 1918; A Threefold Disappearance, 1918; The Secret of the Marble Mantle, 1920; A Spinner of Death, 1920; Wildfire, 1920; Doctor Quartz Returns, 1926; Nick Carter Corners Doctor Quartz, 1926; Nick Carter and the Black Cat, 1927; Nick Carter and the Shadow Woman, 1927; Nick Carter Dies, 1927; Nick Carter’s Danger Trail, 1927; Death Has Green Eyes, n.d.; Crooks’ Empire, n.d. (also as Empire of Crime); Bid for a Railroad, n.d. (also as Murder Unlimited); Death on Park Avenue, n.d. (also as Park Avenue Murder!); Murder on Skull Island, n.d. (also as Rendezvous with a Dead Man); Power, n.d. (also as The Yellow Disc Murder).

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Publisher: McFarland (September 5, 2008)

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