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Virtual Villainy
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Cover art of the origanal Archway Paperbacks edtion April 1994

Attribution
Author Franklin W. Dixon
House name Franklin W. Dixon
Cover artist Brian Kotzky
Publication information
Publisher Archway Paperbacks
Publication date April 1994
Media type Print (Paperback)
ISBN ISBN 0-671-79470-1
Chronology
Series Casefiles
Preceded by Winner Take All
Followed by Dead Man In Deadwood

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"When the powers of evil draw on the powers of imagination, the results can be explosive!"
— Tag-line, from front cover

Virtual Villainy is the 86th book in The Hardy Boys Casefiles series. It was first published by Archway Paperbacks (an imprint of Simon & Schuster) in April 1994. Produced by Mega-Books of New York, Inc.

Plot summary

Back cover summary:

Deadly Force!

In San Francisco to attend VidCon, a video game convention, the Hardy's uncover a case of high-tech industrial espionage. The Xyrodian Corporation has lost some its most futuristic designs to the black market. And as Frank and Joe seek to trace the piracy to its source, they discover that the video games have taken on a new --- and dangerous --- dimension!

In a world of virtual reality, the games have been programmed for terror. The Hardys match wits and reflexes with gang of motorcycle marauders, back-alley brawlers, and Ninja warriors. But they know that the ultimate challenge will come at the hands of a computer and criminal mastermind --- an elusive foe who has already demonstrated a real genius for murder!

Appearances

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Characters

Reference

The Hardy Boys Casefiles #86 Virtual Villainy (Pocket Books, 1994)

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