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Light scattered foxing. Hardy Boys ad page in rear lists to "Footprints Under the Window. Probable First Printing. Hard Cover. Clemens Gretta. Very good. No dust jacket. Very Good. First edition. Tan boards very clean and fresh.. Printed at time of "The Clue In the Embers" being published. Jacket has small chip and crinkling at head of spine otherwise fresh, clean and bright. Endpapers show Hardy's observing suspects across river..
Later Printing. Used - Acceptable. Clean in sound binding. Clean and tight. Brown tweed covers with brown letters. Orange spyglass endpapers. Published circa Front Dj flap lists to The Crisscross Shadow. Wrap around Dj artwork. Like New Condition with Crisp pages and tight binding. Beautiful book that appears unread but has slight shelf wear on cover. I highly suggest that you choose expedited shipping.
Hardy Boys 14: the Hidden Harbor Mystery
For a small fee you get priority shipping, insurance and a padded envelope for the best protection. Light brown pictorial endpapers. Used - Good. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Mass Market Paperback. Pictorial dust jacket. Carpentieri A Book 14 in the Hardy Boys Series. Very good minus Very browned. Cover rubbed especially on spine. Please Note: This book has been transferred to Between the Covers from another database and might not be described to our usual standards. More information about this seller Contact this seller 3.
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First edition according to the Carpentieri Bibliography A Book has Hardy Boys' titles 1 through 13 on front flap. Book fine, except for some small white marks on fore edge of front cover and top of spine.
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DJ very good, water damage and staining on back cover and back flap, chipping at ends of spine and flap hinges, some small tears along entire bottom edge, rubbing on front cover. DJ price reads 50c. More information about this seller Contact this seller 4. There He Go. UK UK, Condition: Very Good. More information about this seller Contact this seller 5. First Edition. Book very good, slightly shelf-cocked, wear at ends of spine and corners, and soiling on bottom edge of pages.
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Preview Your Review. Thank you. Your review has been submitted and will appear here shortly. Reviews Rated 3 out of 5 by Mr. They are quite obvious. In Washington State, for example, the northwesternmost point in the lower 48 states was called Flattery Point, because its discoverer flattered himself into thinking that there would be a great harbor beyond it. Of course, there was: Puget Sound. Now, a friend had told me that the reason it was called "Flattery Point" was because, since it is a "land's end," that flattery would get you nowhere. That is not the reason this point is called Flatery Point.
But I digress. The harbor hides here in the original story because it was being used by Prohibition-era rumrunners.