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The Million-Dollar Nightmare
Attribution
House name Franklin W. Dixon
Cover artist Paul Bachem
Publication information
Publisher Minstrel Books
Producer Mega-Books of New York
Publication date August 1990
Media type Paperback
ISBN 0-671-69272-0
Chronology
Series The Hardy Boys
Preceded by Terminal Shock
Followed by Tricks of the Trade

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"The Boys Take To The Saddle---And Hustle Up Plenty of Enemies!"
— Tagline, from the front cover


The Million-Dollar Nightmare is the 103rd book in The Hardy Boys series and the 44th in the Digest line. It was first published in August 1990 by Minstrel Books (an imprint of Simon & Schuster) and has a reading level of 4.9.

Plot summary

From The Back Cover

THE HARDY BOYS ARE ON THE INSIDE TRACK TO DANGER

Nightmare, a million-dollar racehorse, and Julian Ardyce, the man accused of stealing her, haven't been seen for three years. While on vacation in San Francisco, the Hardys spot Ardyce on the street and decide the time has come to put an end to the case of the Throughbred theft.

But a million bucks buys plenty of trouble. Battling runaway cable cars and the cold currents off Alcatrez Island, the boys discover that it's easier to corral a pack of wild horses than to uncover the truth behind THE MILLION-DOLLAR NIGHTMARE.

Appearances

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Characters

Locations

  • San Francisco
    • San Francisco Bay
      • Alcatrez Island

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