|Nowhere to Run|
|House name||Franklin W. Dixon|
|Ghostwriter||Larry Mike Garmon|
|Cover artist||Brian Kotzky|
|Publication date||May 1989|
|Media type||Print (Paperbacks)|
|Series||The Hardy Boys Casefiles|
|Preceded by||Trouble in the Pipeline|
|Followed by||Countdown to Terror|
|The Hardy Boys Encyclopedia|
- "Jailbirds always fly unfriendly skies."
- — Tagline, from the front cover
Nowhere to Run is the 27th book in The Hardy Boys Casefiles series.
Sparks fly when "Biker" Bob Conway roars into town, looking for Frank and Joe. The motorcycle racer needs their help to prove his innocence in a hijack case. The problem is, Biker just escaped from jail. To make things worse, some very dangerous people are looking for him. One is a bounty hunter; the others are members of a motorcycle gang called the Sinbads. Frank and Joe can't leave a friend in trouble, and they defy their father in taking Biker's case. The brother detectives burn rubber in a high-speed race with both sides of the law -- where murder is the final pit stop.