Fremont, OH: Lesher Printing, (2006). Illustrated with many black and white historical photos. Signed by Kenneth Dickson. First Edition. 175 pp. softcover 4to. 11" x 8-1/2." Very small tear on fore-edge of front cover, otherwise fine condition. Item #386
From the preface: "All the "Hardy Boy" Adventures paled against the Point Place of my youth. My companions and I had the willow lined banks of the Ottawa River for fishing, the forests of the Lost Peninsula for exploration, and for the truly fearless, we had the Indian burial grounds that lined the sand ridge that traversed the Point's spine. Our adventures always ended as the lengthening shadows of evening were replaced with the meager yellow glow of the street lights. We all knew that we had to be home when the street lights came on. But, for us big kids, we knew that if you looked just right down the brick wall of Gibb's Hardware, the street lights would cast shadows that illuminated the pock marks from the bullets that killed Jack Kennedy. It was a great place . . . The best place anyplace, Point Place.