Author Topic: Mystery at Ocean Drive (MG action adventure)  (Read 11281 times)  

Offline Jan Hurst-Nicholson

  • Status: Isaac Asimov
  • ********
  • Posts: 11619
  • Durban, South Africa
  • Don't let your emotions overpower your intellect
    • View Profile
    • www.just4kix.jimdo.com
Re: An MG Hardy Boys type mystery action adventure
« Reply #150 on: February 09, 2019, 09:22:57 am »
MYSTERY AT OCEAN DRIVE was a runner-up in the Citizen/Pan MacMillan 2010 YA novel award.

A determined teenage boy and his friends set out to rescue a kidnapped girl and find themselves in a race against time to prevent an international crime.




Jason is delivering newspapers on his motorbike when a Mercedes sweeps out of a driveway in front of him. He loses control of his scrambler and almost ends up under the car's wheels. An attractive teenage girl leaps out to ask if he is hurt, but before Jason can reply the girl is bundled back into the Mercedes and driven off.

Jason's instincts warn him that the girl is in trouble.

The following day he sees her in an upstairs window, but when he asks to speak to her he is told that there is no young girl living there. Why?

Jason is not about to give up and he enlists the help of his friends, Mark and David. Together they make a daring attempt to learn the girl's identity, but just as it seems to be working, things go horribly wrong...
Has Jason's intriguing mystery now put all three boys in danger?"

Available in KU and also available in PAPERBACK. If you buy the paperback you get the ebook FREE on Amazon.com

Non-fiction, Fiction, family saga, humour, short stories, teen, children's
Jan Hurst-Nicholson | author website

KBoards.com

  • Advertisement
  • ***

    Offline Jan Hurst-Nicholson

    • Status: Isaac Asimov
    • ********
    • Posts: 11619
    • Durban, South Africa
    • Don't let your emotions overpower your intellect
      • View Profile
      • www.just4kix.jimdo.com
    Re: An MG Hardy Boys type mystery action adventure
    « Reply #151 on: March 09, 2019, 01:44:42 am »
    YSTERY AT OCEAN DRIVE was a runner-up in the Citizen/Pan MacMillan 2010 YA novel award.

    A determined teenage boy and his friends set out to rescue a kidnapped girl and find themselves in a race against time to prevent an international crime.




    Jason is delivering newspapers on his motorbike when a Mercedes sweeps out of a driveway in front of him. He loses control of his scrambler and almost ends up under the car's wheels. An attractive teenage girl leaps out to ask if he is hurt, but before Jason can reply the girl is bundled back into the Mercedes and driven off.

    Jason's instincts warn him that the girl is in trouble.

    The following day he sees her in an upstairs window, but when he asks to speak to her he is told that there is no young girl living there. Why?

    Jason is not about to give up and he enlists the help of his friends, Mark and David. Together they make a daring attempt to learn the girl's identity, but just as it seems to be working, things go horribly wrong...
    Has Jason's intriguing mystery now put all three boys in danger?"

    Available in KU and also available in PAPERBACK. If you buy the paperback you get the ebook FREE on Amazon.com

    Non-fiction, Fiction, family saga, humour, short stories, teen, children's
    Jan Hurst-Nicholson | author website

    Offline Jan Hurst-Nicholson

    • Status: Isaac Asimov
    • ********
    • Posts: 11619
    • Durban, South Africa
    • Don't let your emotions overpower your intellect
      • View Profile
      • www.just4kix.jimdo.com
    Re: An MG Hardy Boys type mystery action adventure
    « Reply #152 on: April 03, 2019, 08:51:59 am »
    MYSTERY AT OCEAN DRIVE was a runner-up in the Citizen/Pan MacMillan 2010 YA novel award.

    A determined teenage boy and his friends set out to rescue a kidnapped girl and find themselves in a race against time to prevent an international crime.




    Jason is delivering newspapers on his motorbike when a Mercedes sweeps out of a driveway in front of him. He loses control of his scrambler and almost ends up under the car's wheels. An attractive teenage girl leaps out to ask if he is hurt, but before Jason can reply the girl is bundled back into the Mercedes and driven off.

    Jason's instincts warn him that the girl is in trouble.

    The following day he sees her in an upstairs window, but when he asks to speak to her he is told that there is no young girl living there. Why?

    Jason is not about to give up and he enlists the help of his friends, Mark and David. Together they make a daring attempt to learn the girl's identity, but just as it seems to be working, things go horribly wrong...
    Has Jason's intriguing mystery now put all three boys in danger?"

    Available in KU and also available in PAPERBACK. If you buy the paperback you get the ebook FREE on Amazon.com

    Non-fiction, Fiction, family saga, humour, short stories, teen, children's
    Jan Hurst-Nicholson | author website

    Offline Jan Hurst-Nicholson

    • Status: Isaac Asimov
    • ********
    • Posts: 11619
    • Durban, South Africa
    • Don't let your emotions overpower your intellect
      • View Profile
      • www.just4kix.jimdo.com
    Re: An MG Hardy Boys type mystery action adventure
    « Reply #153 on: April 28, 2019, 11:52:30 am »
    MYSTERY AT OCEAN DRIVE was a runner-up in the Citizen/Pan MacMillan 2010 YA novel award.

    A determined teenage boy and his friends set out to rescue a kidnapped girl and find themselves in a race against time to prevent an international crime.




    Jason is delivering newspapers on his motorbike when a Mercedes sweeps out of a driveway in front of him. He loses control of his scrambler and almost ends up under the car's wheels. An attractive teenage girl leaps out to ask if he is hurt, but before Jason can reply the girl is bundled back into the Mercedes and driven off.

    Jason's instincts warn him that the girl is in trouble.

    The following day he sees her in an upstairs window, but when he asks to speak to her he is told that there is no young girl living there. Why?

    Jason is not about to give up and he enlists the help of his friends, Mark and David. Together they make a daring attempt to learn the girl's identity, but just as it seems to be working, things go horribly wrong...
    Has Jason's intriguing mystery now put all three boys in danger?"

    Available in KU and also available in PAPERBACK. If you buy the paperback you get the ebook FREE on Amazon.com

    Non-fiction, Fiction, family saga, humour, short stories, teen, children's
    Jan Hurst-Nicholson | author website

    Offline Jan Hurst-Nicholson

    • Status: Isaac Asimov
    • ********
    • Posts: 11619
    • Durban, South Africa
    • Don't let your emotions overpower your intellect
      • View Profile
      • www.just4kix.jimdo.com
    Re: An MG Hardy Boys type mystery action adventure
    « Reply #154 on: June 01, 2019, 08:26:41 am »
    When 17 yr old Jason Hunter sets out to discover the identity of the mystery girl at Ocean Drive he and his friends find themselves caught up in a risky and dangerous intrigue. A thrilling action adventure reminiscent of The Hardy Boys. 


    Non-fiction, Fiction, family saga, humour, short stories, teen, children's
    Jan Hurst-Nicholson | author website

    Offline Jan Hurst-Nicholson

    • Status: Isaac Asimov
    • ********
    • Posts: 11619
    • Durban, South Africa
    • Don't let your emotions overpower your intellect
      • View Profile
      • www.just4kix.jimdo.com
    Re: An MG Hardy Boys type mystery action adventure
    « Reply #155 on: August 26, 2019, 05:33:10 am »
    MYSTERY AT OCEAN DRIVE was a runner-up in the Citizen/Pan MacMillan 2010 YA novel award.

    A determined teenage boy and his friends set out to rescue a kidnapped girl and find themselves in a race against time to prevent an international crime.




    Jason is delivering newspapers on his motorbike when a Mercedes sweeps out of a driveway in front of him. He loses control of his scrambler and almost ends up under the car's wheels. An attractive teenage girl leaps out to ask if he is hurt, but before Jason can reply the girl is bundled back into the Mercedes and driven off.

    Jason's instincts warn him that the girl is in trouble.

    The following day he sees her in an upstairs window, but when he asks to speak to her he is told that there is no young girl living there. Why?

    Jason is not about to give up and he enlists the help of his friends, Mark and David. Together they make a daring attempt to learn the girl's identity, but just as it seems to be working, things go horribly wrong...
    Has Jason's intriguing mystery now put all three boys in danger?"

    Available in KU and also available in PAPERBACK. If you buy the paperback you get the ebook FREE on Amazon.com

    Non-fiction, Fiction, family saga, humour, short stories, teen, children's
    Jan Hurst-Nicholson | author website

    Offline Jan Hurst-Nicholson

    • Status: Isaac Asimov
    • ********
    • Posts: 11619
    • Durban, South Africa
    • Don't let your emotions overpower your intellect
      • View Profile
      • www.just4kix.jimdo.com
    Re: Mystery at Ocean Drive (MG action adventure)
    « Reply #156 on: January 07, 2020, 11:31:52 am »
    MYSTERY AT OCEAN DRIVE was a runner-up in the Citizen/Pan MacMillan 2010 YA novel award.

    A determined teenage boy and his friends set out to rescue a kidnapped girl and find themselves in a race against time to prevent an international crime.




    Jason is delivering newspapers on his motorbike when a Mercedes sweeps out of a driveway in front of him. He loses control of his scrambler and almost ends up under the car's wheels. An attractive teenage girl leaps out to ask if he is hurt, but before Jason can reply the girl is bundled back into the Mercedes and driven off.

    Jason's instincts warn him that the girl is in trouble.

    The following day he sees her in an upstairs window, but when he asks to speak to her he is told that there is no young girl living there. Why?

    Jason is not about to give up and he enlists the help of his friends, Mark and David. Together they make a daring attempt to learn the girl's identity, but just as it seems to be working, things go horribly wrong...
    Has Jason's intriguing mystery now put all three boys in danger?"

    Available in KU and also available in PAPERBACK. If you buy the paperback you get the ebook FREE on Amazon.com 

    Non-fiction, Fiction, family saga, humour, short stories, teen, children's
    Jan Hurst-Nicholson | author website

    Offline Jan Hurst-Nicholson

    • Status: Isaac Asimov
    • ********
    • Posts: 11619
    • Durban, South Africa
    • Don't let your emotions overpower your intellect
      • View Profile
      • www.just4kix.jimdo.com
    Re: Mystery at Ocean Drive (MG action adventure)
    « Reply #157 on: March 08, 2020, 11:23:45 am »
    A determined teenage boy and his friends set out to rescue a kidnapped girl and find themselves in a race against time to prevent an international crime.




    Jason is delivering newspapers on his motorbike when a Mercedes sweeps out of a driveway in front of him. He loses control of his scrambler and almost ends up under the car's wheels. An attractive teenage girl leaps out to ask if he is hurt, but before Jason can reply the girl is bundled back into the Mercedes and driven off.

    Jason's instincts warn him that the girl is in trouble.

    The following day he sees her in an upstairs window, but when he asks to speak to her he is told that there is no young girl living there. Why?

    Jason is not about to give up and he enlists the help of his friends, Mark and David. Together they make a daring attempt to learn the girl's identity, but just as it seems to be working, things go horribly wrong...
    Has Jason's intriguing mystery now put all three boys in danger?"

    Available in KU and also available in PAPERBACK.

    Non-fiction, Fiction, family saga, humour, short stories, teen, children's
    Jan Hurst-Nicholson | author website

    Offline Jan Hurst-Nicholson

    • Status: Isaac Asimov
    • ********
    • Posts: 11619
    • Durban, South Africa
    • Don't let your emotions overpower your intellect
      • View Profile
      • www.just4kix.jimdo.com
    Re: Mystery at Ocean Drive (MG action adventure)
    « Reply #158 on: May 20, 2020, 01:59:08 am »
    A determined teenage boy and his friends set out to rescue a kidnapped girl and find themselves in a race against time to prevent an international crime.




    Jason is delivering newspapers on his motorbike when a Mercedes sweeps out of a driveway in front of him. He loses control of his scrambler and almost ends up under the car's wheels. An attractive teenage girl leaps out to ask if he is hurt, but before Jason can reply the girl is bundled back into the Mercedes and driven off.

    Jason's instincts warn him that the girl is in trouble.

    The following day he sees her in an upstairs window, but when he asks to speak to her he is told that there is no young girl living there. Why?

    Jason is not about to give up and he enlists the help of his friends, Mark and David. Together they make a daring attempt to learn the girl's identity, but just as it seems to be working, things go horribly wrong...
    Has Jason's intriguing mystery now put all three boys in danger?"

    Available in KU and also available in PAPERBACK.

    Non-fiction, Fiction, family saga, humour, short stories, teen, children's
    Jan Hurst-Nicholson | author website

    Offline Jan Hurst-Nicholson

    • Status: Isaac Asimov
    • ********
    • Posts: 11619
    • Durban, South Africa
    • Don't let your emotions overpower your intellect
      • View Profile
      • www.just4kix.jimdo.com
    Re: Mystery at Ocean Drive (MG action adventure)
    « Reply #159 on: June 14, 2020, 11:23:49 am »
    A determined teenage boy and his friends set out to rescue a kidnapped girl and find themselves in a race against time to prevent an international crime.




    Jason is delivering newspapers on his motorbike when a Mercedes sweeps out of a driveway in front of him. He loses control of his scrambler and almost ends up under the car's wheels. An attractive teenage girl leaps out to ask if he is hurt, but before Jason can reply the girl is bundled back into the Mercedes and driven off.

    Jason's instincts warn him that the girl is in trouble.

    The following day he sees her in an upstairs window, but when he asks to speak to her he is told that there is no young girl living there. Why?

    Jason is not about to give up and he enlists the help of his friends, Mark and David. Together they make a daring attempt to learn the girl's identity, but just as it seems to be working, things go horribly wrong...
    Has Jason's intriguing mystery now put all three boys in danger?"

    Available in KU and also available in PAPERBACK.

    Non-fiction, Fiction, family saga, humour, short stories, teen, children's
    Jan Hurst-Nicholson | author website

    Offline Jan Hurst-Nicholson

    • Status: Isaac Asimov
    • ********
    • Posts: 11619
    • Durban, South Africa
    • Don't let your emotions overpower your intellect
      • View Profile
      • www.just4kix.jimdo.com
    Re: Mystery at Ocean Drive (MG action adventure)
    « Reply #160 on: August 04, 2020, 10:23:56 am »
    A determined teenage boy and his friends set out to rescue a kidnapped girl and find themselves in a race against time to prevent an international crime.



    Jason is delivering newspapers on his motorbike when a Mercedes sweeps out of a driveway in front of him. He loses control of his scrambler and almost ends up under the car's wheels. An attractive teenage girl leaps out to ask if he is hurt, but before Jason can reply the girl is bundled back into the Mercedes and driven off.

    Jason's instincts warn him that the girl is in trouble.

    The following day he sees her in an upstairs window, but when he asks to speak to her he is told that there is no young girl living there. Why?

    Jason is not about to give up and he enlists the help of his friends, Mark and David. Together they make a daring attempt to learn the girl's identity, but just as it seems to be working, things go horribly wrong...
    Has Jason's intriguing mystery now put all three boys in danger?"

    Available in KU and also available in PAPERBACK.

    Non-fiction, Fiction, family saga, humour, short stories, teen, children's
    Jan Hurst-Nicholson | author website

    KBoards.com

    • Advertisement
    • ***