SECRET OF THE HAUNTED CRAGS by Lawrence J. Hunt

SECRET OF THE HAUNTED CRAGS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The ""Haunted Crags"" are a treacherous stretch of water near a small Alaskan fishing village, the home town of college football star, King Stewart. The secret is that Hodge, the crooked foreman at the cannery, is caching highjacked salmon within the Haunted Crags. A series of clues leads King, of course, to find the secret. There is a capture scene, a chase scene, and a reward scene. The owner of the cannery gives the whole business to the townspeople collectively, and King's father will be the new foreman. It is a simple-minded mystery with simple characters and a not-very-suspenseful plot, all contrived to effect the happy, foreseeable ending. Very fishy.

Pub Date: Sept. 27th, 1965
Publisher: Funk & Wagnalls