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The Short-Wave Mystery (Hardy Boys, #24) by Franklin W. DixonWhen thieves hijack a collection of stuffed animals from a country auction, Frank and Joe Hardy pursue the getaway car and are drawn into a thrilling mystery. At the same time, the young detectives father--famed private investigator Fenton Hardy--is tracking down an industrial spy ring. This suspense-filled story of pursuit and detection will keep the reader breathlessly following the chain of unexpected developments that lead Frank and Joe to the spine-tingling climax in the wilds of Northern Canada.
List of The Hardy Boys characters
Joe Hardy is the year-old younger brother of Frank Hardy  , together they are known as the Hardy boys. Both boys live in the town of Bayport, with their parents, Fenton and Laura , and spinster aunt, Gertrude Hardy. Like the rest of the family, Joe is a churchgoer. Joe is the younger of the Hardy brothers. He is the more impulsive of the two brothers and Frank often has to exercise his more cautious nature to stop Joe running into trouble. Joe has once landed himself in jail.
Frank and Joe Hardy are two detective brothers, who are very good friends of Nancy Drew. The two help Nancy while she is on her cases, and the two occasionally team up to solve a case together. They are going back to their home in Bayport, after solving a mystery in California. Without a case to solve, Frank and Joe are bored out of their minds, so they call Bess. Frank and Joe are still at home, still bored without a mystery. Joe is jealous of Nancy because she gets to solve a mystery at an amusement park. Frank and Joe look after a big dog they found named Goldie, as they wait for its owner to pick it up.
The Hardy Boys , Frank and Joe Hardy , are fictional characters who appear in several mystery series for children and teens. The series revolves around the teenagers acting as amateur sleuths, solving cases that stumped their adult counterparts. The characters were created by American writer Edward Stratemeyer , the founder of book-packaging firm Stratemeyer Syndicate ; the books themselves are written by ghostwriters under the collective pseudonym Franklin W. The Hardy Boys have evolved since their debut in Beginning in , the books were extensively revised, partially to eliminate racial stereotypes. The books were also written in a simpler style to compete with television. Some critics argue that the Hardy Boys changed in the process, becoming affluent and law-respecting "agents of the adult ruling class".
Joe is big sweatshirts and all-night diners, watching the rain come down against the windows as the jukebox in the corner crones some old song he knows all the words to. Joe marches right into crowds and makes small talk with clerks at the store and they always spend too long at restaurants because he loves to get into random discussions with the waitresses. He loves road trips, when the city underneath you is nothing but flashes of light in windows and the slow buzz of cars down on the streets. Joe is fiercly loyal and quick witted and he cares more than anyone he knows. But sometimes he thinks too much. Too often.