Farming Fear (Hardy Boys Series #188)

Farming Fear (Hardy Boys Series #188)

by Franklin W. Dixon

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It’s winter in Bayport, but things are heating up at the Morton family farm. It looks like someone is wreaking havoc with the property, and Chet and Iola Morton are worried that their grandparents are in danger of losing it! With their parents out of reach, the Mortons call on Frank and Joe Hardy for help. They need to figure out who's behind the trouble—and fast.

The Hardys are hot on the trail, but the Mortons’ grandparents do something unexpected—and the boys are stopped in their tracks. Can Frank and Joe plow through this mystery before the farm is snowed under?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781439113936
Publisher: Aladdin
Publication date: 10/23/2012
Series: Hardy Boys Series
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 160
Sales rank: 509,858
File size: 430 KB
Age Range: 8 - 12 Years

About the Author

Franklin W. Dixon is the author of the ever-popular Hardy Boys books.

Table of Contents

1Trouble on the Old Homestead1
2Death on Wheels14
3Shadows in the Darkness23
4Winter Hunt35
5Dog Gone46
7Pitched Battle68
8Frozen Stiffs77
9Snow-Dog Days89
10The Long, Hot Winter100
11Stranded in the Snow110
12Water Wonderland119
13Sold the Farm129
14Double Snow-Cross138
15Power Play145

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Farming Fear 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
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WVu More than 1 year ago
Farming Fear by Franklin W. Dixon is a story about the young Hardy Boys going to Chet Morton¿s grandparent¿s farm. This farm is not like a normal farm. Strange things are happening there, and the snow storms make it ten times worst or even deadly. At the beginning of the story the Hardy Boys (Joe and Frank) learn that John James Zuis is an old family friend and the Costellos are the Morton family enemy. The Hardy Boy¿s think that the Costellos may be causing all the strange things happening there. Just as the boys think they have solved the mystery Patsy Stein stops by for a visit. She wants to buy the Morton farm but the Mortons won¿t let her, this causes the boys to believe that Patsy is causing the strange things. In my opinion I think that Farming Fear was a great story. I would give it two thumbs up. The author Franklin W. Dixon writes very good mystery stories. Farming Fear is a well written book. My conclusion for this book is that it is a must read for anyone who likes mysteries. The book will leave you with cliffhangers. This book I would read over and over again. The review of this book is that it is an easy read and very surprising. I would give the book Farming Fear four out of five stars. The only reason I would give it that is because some of the details in the story I cannot relate too.