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Dixon, Franklin W. (Personal Name)

Preferred form: Dixon, Franklin W.
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  • Dixon, F. W.

Joint pseudonym of Edward Stratemeyer, Leslie McFarlane, David Robbins. For works of these authors written under their own names, search also under: McFarlane, Leslie, 1902- ; Stratemeyer, Edward, 1862-1930 ; Robbins, David, 1950-

Also pseudonym of Steven Grant.

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His The secret of the old mill.

Dixon, F.W. Speed times five, 2002: t.p., etc. (Franklin W. Dixon; the Hardy Boys #173)

Cont. authors online, May 24, 2003 (Franklin W. Dixon; author of titles in the Hardy Boys mystery stories, Hardy Boys case files, Ted Scott flying stories series, etc.; initially the joint pseudonym of Edward Stratemeyer and Leslie McFarlane; Harriet Adams (Stratemeyer's daughter) continued the Hardy Boys series after her father's death in 1930, modernizing the characters; other writers involved in the Hardy Boys or Ted Scott series include Andrew E. Sventon and James Duncan Lawrence)

Fantastic fiction website, July 16, 2004 (David Robbins; b. 1950; aka J.D. Cameron (sometimes with Michael Jahn), John Kildeer (with Ardath Mayhar), Jake McMasters, Dean McElwain, Jon Sharpe, David Thompson, Franklin W. Dixon, Don Pendleton; writer of science fiction, men's adventure, westerns, and novels)

Hardy boys, Die spur führt zur Pirateninsel, c1978: t.p. (F.W. Dixon)

Wikipedia, March 20, 2014 (Steven Grant (born October 22, 1953) is an American comic-book writer best known for his 1985-1986 Marvel Comics mini-series Punisher, with artist Mike Zeck and for his creator-owned character Whisper; in addition to comic book work, Grant has written a number of Hardy Boys novels for young adults under the pen-name Franklin W. Dixon)