Hardys Inn Danger by Ann Chvq – Intro Chapter 1- Frank

Here now is the Intro and Chapter One of my 32 chapter story, Hardys Inn Danger! Actually it’s more like two stories in one, or is it three? Or more? 😉 Several mysteries to solve! Click or tap on the pic below or previous link to read and find out! 🙂 Hope you enjoy! 🙂 

Hardys Inn Danger  header by Ann Chvq

Synopsis:

During the annual classic car and air show at Bayport’s historic Inn the Bay, where mystery is on a staycation, Frank and Joe take part in several very unexpected adventures. Faced with puzzling cases that demand immediate attention, the brothers, their family, girlfriends and friends meet each obstacle with courage. Danger finds them every time and justice has to win. Even when some things are different, the essential things remain strong and present always, in the past, now, and the future. Truths are timeless.

Author’s Notes:
This is written in the first person style of the Undercover Brothers and Hardy Boys Adventures. It’s like Frank and Joe are telling you what happened, alternating back and forth with one brother then the other sharing with you about the mysteries, danger, and adventures.

Hardys Inn Danger contains a unique concept, which may or may not be science fiction – you have to read to find out what I’m talking about. 😉

Last year a sib of mine and I had the opportunity to read an unrevised edition of The Mystery of the Flying Express. It was pretty interesting and we want to read more of them. 🙂

Dedication:
Always first to the Creator and to my family/friends, forever. Lots of love, hugs, and thanks. ❤        ❤        ❤     

 

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13 thoughts on “Hardys Inn Danger by Ann Chvq – Intro Chapter 1- Frank

  1. This looks like another excellent and intriguing mystery – which is what we know will never fail to be present in a story written by you, Ann! 🙂 You have a reputation for being a consistent and great author; thank you! 😎

    I sense that there are additional yet somewhat hidden clues to the story on this page, within not only your introduction, but also the synopsis and author’s notes! 😉 I will keep them in mind as I go read chapter one (and in upcoming chapters as well). 🙂

    Thank you for letting us read your stories, Ann. 🙂 Callie

  2. Alright! 😀 Another super great story by Ann! 😀

    I remember when you first told me about this very creative & original story idea of yours a couple years ago. 😀 😎 Lots of mystery! Intriguing & curious things going on in that New York town of Bayport! 😀 😎 You fashion your mysteries so well, Ann, that your readers are on the edge of their seats – often literally! 😀 – from start to finish! 😀 😎 Everyone is sure to be entertained and intrigued by your supercool story, Hardys Inn Danger! 😀 😎 I know I am! 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀

    “Staycation” – I like that! 😛 😎 😀 Courage & justice is always present in a good story 😎 – & is, therefore, always present in your stories, Ann! 😀 😎 Thanks for that. 😎 True – truth is timeless. 😎

    I love reading your synopses, author’s notes, & dedications 😀 – you really tell it well. 😎 😎 😎 😎 😎

    Appreciating the good things,
    Lily

    • Thank you, Lily! 🙂

      Yep, it’s expanded as I’ve been thinking on it as well as typing on it since then. 🙂 Thanks for your encouragement! 🙂

      Essential elements. 😎

      Cool, that means a lot to me. 🙂

  3. I’m used to reading Hardy Boys books in third person, but you write first person so clear and fun it is like they are talking directly to me! I like this. Thank you. 🙂

    • Hi, Sam! 🙂 Cool, that’s great you like it! You’re welcome and thank you! 🙂 I enjoy both styles in the books. It’s cool. 🙂

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