Hardy Boys Clue Book #7 The Pirate Ghost – Cover and Details

Here are some of the details on the 7th volume in the Hardy Boys Clue Book series 🙂 ~

Title: The Pirate Ghost
Illustrator: Santy Gutierrez
Release Date: April 3, 2018
Number of pages: 96
Available Formats: Paperback, Hardcover and eBook
Cover: 
Synopsis:

Detective brothers Frank and Joe work to uncover a pirate ghost hoax in the seventh book in the interactive Hardy Boys Clue Book series.

The Hardy Boys are super excited when their friend Jason Wang wins the “Talk Like a Pirate Contest” at Bayport’s annual Pirate Palooza. Jason’s prize is a map to the legendary pirate, Captain Scurvydog’s buried treasure. Expert detectives Frank and Joe offer to help him find it.

But the next day, Jason tells the brothers that he won’t be doing any treasure hunting. He says the ghost of Captain Scurvydog has been haunting him; his parrot is singing pirate songs he’s never been taught, pirate coins appeared on his windowsill, and there’s a mysterious note in a bottle warning Jason to stay away from buried treasure. To Jason, the message is clear: stay away from Captain Scurvydog’s booty! Frank and Joe don’t believe in ghosts. They’re sure someone is tricking Jason so they can dig up the buried treasure themselves. The only question is, who?

 

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4 thoughts on “Hardy Boys Clue Book #7 The Pirate Ghost – Cover and Details

  1. Thank you, Ann! 🙂 I believe it will be interesting to see who the Hardy Boys discover is the culprit (or culprits) behind the fake ghost stuff. 🙂

  2. Is a Pirate Ghost anything like a Cowboy Pirate? 😛 😉 A little Big Time Rush quote/reference there. 😀
    I wouldn’t mind reading this one. 🙂

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