Hardy Boys, Wheels Of Fire

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In the story “Hardy Boys, Wheels of fire” by Franklin W. Dixon Joe and Frank go through many trouble only to stop are car thief. Throughout the story Joe's, the one of the main character's, core belief is tested very harshly. He believes strongly that he must always do the right thing. In the beginning of the story this is hinted at when Joe and Frank are sent out on a mission to try to get proof of the car thieves by setting themselves up to get a 911 Porsche to get stolen. Once they do get stopped by hijacker and escape death Joe says to Marty, the owner of the car, “ I don't know what to say, Marty, except that we will stay on this case and won't quit until we’ve recovered your car.” This shows how Joe is dedicated to get the job done
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