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Brother detectives Frank and Joe face the dangers of Black Bear Mountain once again in the 20th book in the thrilling Hardy Boys Adventures series.

Frank and Joe are back on Black Bear Mountain, the scene of a previous wilderness adventure and mind-bending mystery. This time, the brothers are checking in on Dr. K, a friend they made during their first trip. Dr. K is a fan of living off the grid, but he’s been MIA long enough to cause worry in the small mountain town. And so the teenage detectives Black Bear Mountain relied on before have been called in to help once again.

It’s not a good start to the investigation when Frank and Joe’s ATV is put out of commission by a falling tree. Then their camp, including their radio - their only way to contact the outside world - is destroyed by wildlife searching for food. And when they finally reach Dr. K’s research station, they find his cabin has been cleaned out and abandoned - the only current resident is an angry skunk.

Frank and Joe may have been better prepared for their second Black Bear Mountain adventure, but they’re not having any more luck this time around. In fact, they’ve been downright unlucky. Is someone trying to sabotage their mission? And if they are, how can the brothers stop this invisible foe?

©2020 Franklin W. Dixon (P)2020 Oasis Audio

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Its very great and fun and you can't be bored , , , ,

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The story and character flash through as we hear it. The rendition and voice modulation are good

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  • Carla Raley
  • 04-03-20

loved it

best one yet, I all ready listened to it twice:)
it's the best out of all 20!!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 18-04-20

excellent book

excellent book, one of the best Hardy boys novels. I really recco m e n d

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  • rhonda
  • 24-09-20

a little too much re-hash if the first one

I enjoyed it even though it was to much retelling of the first blank near mountain. the first one was awesome but this one not do much.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 13-05-20

awesome job,

very good book. love the hardy boys short mysteries. started reading these books back in 1991. plz add and adapt as many hardy boy titles to audio book format. I will buy them all

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  • Paul D.
  • 18-05-20

it's the Hardy boys!

Always loved reading these books when I was young. Great little bit of escapism. Great memories.

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