|Fire in the Sky|
|House name||Franklin W. Dixon|
|Ghostwriter||Larry Mike Garmon, and an unknown writer|
|Cover artist||John Youssi|
|Publication date||November 1997|
|Media type||Print (Paperbacks)|
|Series||The Hardy Boys Casefiles|
|Preceded by||Stress Point|
|Followed by||Dead in the Water|
|The Hardy Boys Encyclopedia|
- "When crime takes off, danger always takes control!"
- — Tagline, from the front cover
Fire in the Sky is the 126th book in the The Hardy Boys Casefiles series.
The Hardys wanted to show Frank's girlfriend, Callie, how to celebrate her birthday in style. The plan: rent a plane and fly her to Maine for a lobster dinner. But the second they get into the air, the birthday surprise turns into a major blowout. The plane takes a dive and nearly explodes in a deadly fireball!
The crash sends Callie to the hospital and the Hardys on a high-stakes, high-altitude investigation. Their discovery: The accident was no accident. The planes -- and bullets -- begin to fly as the boys head from Bayport down to Louisiana, where they uncover a shocking conspiracy of corruption leading to cold-weather murder!