|Inferno of Fear|
|House name||Franklin W. Dixon|
|Ghostwriter||Unknown writer, and Rick Oliver|
|Cover artist||Brian Kotzky|
|Publication date||June 1994|
|Media type||Print (Paperbacks)|
|Series||The Hardy Boys Casefiles|
|Preceded by||Dead Man in Deadwood|
|Followed by||Darkness Falls|
|The Hardy Boys Encyclopedia|
- "When you rise to the height of danger, you always risk a swift and deadly fall!"
- — Tagline, from the front cover
Inferno of Fear is the 88th book in the The Hardy Boys Casefiles series.
The Hardys have come to Alaska's Denali National Park to experience the awesome power of America's final wilderness. But in the face of a disastrous series of forest fires, they discover that the true test of survival will pit them not against natural forces -- but against human evil. For the fires have been deliberately set.
With crime -- and the flames -- raging out of control, the boys leap into action, joining a crack team of parachuting fire-fighters. They uncover a trail of destruction, greed, and arson for profit, which leads them directly into the line of fire. The sparks are flying, and Frank and Joe are about to descend into the fight of their lives!