The Tower Treasure is the first book in the Hardy Boys series, written by Franklin W. Dixon (a pseudonym for multiple authors) and originally published in 1927. The novel follows the adventures of Frank and Joe Hardy, two teenage brothers who are determined to solve the mystery surrounding a stolen treasure. One of the strengths of The Tower Treasure is the strong sense of adventure … Continue reading Book Review: The Tower Treasure by Franklin W. Dixon (1927)
One of the strengths of The House on the Cliff is the strong sense of atmosphere and suspense that Dixon creates throughout the novel. The story takes place in a small coastal town, and Dixon does an excellent job of evoking the sights, sounds, and smells of this setting. The novel is filled with vivid descriptions of the rugged cliffs, the crashing waves, and the … Continue reading Book Review: The House on the Cliff by Franklin W. Dixon (1927)
Do you love the theatre and a good mystery? Then let one of these books take center stage of your next night in, but beware, behind every curtain lurks a killer. Catch them if you can before they kill again! Ruddy Gore by Kerry Greenwood (Phryrne Fisher Mysteries,7) Phryne Fisher is running late to a showing of Gilbert and Sullivan’s Ruddigore when she runs into … Continue reading Reading List: Visiting the Theatre Can Be Murder!