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Crime in the Cards

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Crime in the Cards
House name Franklin W. Dixon
Publication information
Publisher Minstrel Books[1]
Producer Mega-Books[1]
Publication date January 2001[1]
Media type Paperback
ISBN ISBN 0743406591
Series The Hardy Boys
Preceded by Skin & Bones
Followed by Past and Present Danger


Crime in the Cards is the 165th book in The Hardy Boys series. It was first published in January 2001 by Minstrel Books (an imprint of Simon & Schuster).

Back cover summary

Gaming has already caused too much hassling among the students. But the Hardys' friend Chet is really upset when his confiscated deck is stolen from a teacher's locked desk. It's the latest in a string of thefts, and the big tournament is coming up. The police are stumped, but Frank and Joe are playing their best hand to catch the thief.

From a waterfront park to a deserted nighttime mall, the boys uncover a web of Internet action, trading, selling, secret games, and cheating. They're onto a criminal scheme that nets giant profits -- and the decks are stacked against them. But the Hardys have one special trick up their sleeves![2]


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