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The Mystery of the Aztec Warrior
House name Franklin W. Dixon
Outline Harriet S. Adams[1]
Illustrator Rudy Nappi[2]
Cover artist Rudy Nappi
Publication information
Publisher Grosset & Dunlap
Producer Stratemeyer Syndicate
Publication date 1964
Media type Hardcover
Series The Hardy Boys
Preceded by The Viking Symbol Mystery
Followed by The Haunted Fort


The Mystery of the Aztec Warrior is the 43rd book in The Hardy Boys series. It was first published in 1964 by Grosset & Dunlap.

Plot summary

A handwritten will of a deceased world-traveller tells to deliver "the valuable Aztec warrior to the rightful owner, a descendant of an Aztec warrior." Frank Hardy and brother Joe travel to Mexico, in search of the man in question, where they come across a dangerous crew and their friend is buried alive. Will they find the valuable object and deliver it to the stranger in time?  


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Foreign Editions

  • In 1971, Collins in Great Britain, issued The Mystery of The Aztec Warrior as Book #1 in their series. So, in the Collins Hardy Boys series, The Mystery of The Aztec Warrior is always referred to as the Hardy Boys first case rather than The Tower Treasure (revised text).


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  2. The Mystery of the Aztec Warrior Major Edition Types at The Hardy Boys Unofficial Home Page

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