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  1. 4 out of 5

    C.

    Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys stories derive from ghostwriters assigned by The Stratemeyer Syndicate. Read Melanie Rehak’s highly-informative treatise! Walter Karig handled three, when a deal was not struck with Mildred A. Wirt. Notice that the style of his titles are different. We reunite with Mildred after this, “The Password To Larkspur Lane”. Volume #8 was awful. Walter’s next was better, except portraying that Bess & George turned against Nancy. Here in volume #10, he forgot Helen was married b Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys stories derive from ghostwriters assigned by The Stratemeyer Syndicate. Read Melanie Rehak’s highly-informative treatise! Walter Karig handled three, when a deal was not struck with Mildred A. Wirt. Notice that the style of his titles are different. We reunite with Mildred after this, “The Password To Larkspur Lane”. Volume #8 was awful. Walter’s next was better, except portraying that Bess & George turned against Nancy. Here in volume #10, he forgot Helen was married but I was glad to have my favourite co-sleuth back. Walter aimed for the fences: I give it four stars! The subject is sensitive and not farfetched, making it a worthwhile cautionary tale. We suspend disbelief through quite a few coincidences that alert Nancy to suspicious doings; however we are glad she honed-in on them. Along with casting attention on an important subject, which is quantified as elder abuse; story-wise, I love that the mystery is solved by collaborative information-gathering and surveillance work. It is not like many of these novels, in which criminals are overheard or observed at the perfect time. There was planning, grunt work, and danger. Nancy & Helen lied their way into a place, the former dug herself out of a hole very literally, and even made an explosion! Animal care is covered too, with homing pigeons making an important part of this mystery ensemble cast. Nancy observed a doctor she knew, distressed. He revealed that he treated an elderly woman under covert circumstances. He was not allowed to see where he was and snatched an item to identify her. Meanwhile, Nancy intercepted a tired homing pigeon with a peculiar message. If she could follow him, she had a feeling the mysteries would intertwine. This adventure rocked! Please warn the elderly against buying into false retirement facilities.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Lorene

    Zanier than most! Here's my favorite line: "I'll wire the International Federation of American Homing Pigeon Fanciers and give them the number stamped on the bird's leg ring." Who knew?!! Zanier than most! Here's my favorite line: "I'll wire the International Federation of American Homing Pigeon Fanciers and give them the number stamped on the bird's leg ring." Who knew?!!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jaksen

    I read the 1933 version, complete with roadsters, telegrams and girls wearing 'dainty lingerie.' Nancy's old - and new - car have a rumble seat and she's allowed to run around doing just about anything she wants, including getting into trouble again and again. Of course her father, renowned lawyer Carson Drew, is ever in the background 'cautioning' Nancy to be careful, but Nancy is as Nancy does and Nancy, far ahead of what nice girls in 1933 should be doing, does whatever she wants. In this stor I read the 1933 version, complete with roadsters, telegrams and girls wearing 'dainty lingerie.' Nancy's old - and new - car have a rumble seat and she's allowed to run around doing just about anything she wants, including getting into trouble again and again. Of course her father, renowned lawyer Carson Drew, is ever in the background 'cautioning' Nancy to be careful, but Nancy is as Nancy does and Nancy, far ahead of what nice girls in 1933 should be doing, does whatever she wants. In this story a carrier pigeon is injured mid-air by a small plane. The pigeon just so happens to fall practically in Nancy's arms. Attached to the bird's leg is a message in a small container. It's a mysterious message - of course it is - and at once Nancy contacts the local carrier pigeon association to determine who the pigeon belongs to. It belongs to no one! It's an unregistered pigeon! Oh my gosh! Shortly thereafter as Nancy is driving along in her roadster, she notices a strange car with its 'curtains drawn' by the side of the road, and then a local doctor - a bone specialist - is racing along the same road, stops near the mysterious car and disappears inside it. The car then races off. Oh, my gosh... This leads to questioning said doctor which leads to an old woman being held somewhere, and a bracelet the doctor takes from her (he was blindfolded when brought to the woman), and then Nancy being followed and spied upon and stalked and a lot of this just happens. Which means no one is told about most of it, except one sort-of-lame police detective who tosses the bracelet aside and tells Nancy - and her father! - to let the 'real detectives' handle this. Turns out that carrier pigeon, messages about passwords, larkspurs, being stalked and followed - and Nancy having her handbag temporarily stolen - all are linked in a nefarious way to a criminal gang that cheats elderly, wealthy women out of their money and keeps them locked up in a sanatarium out in the woods! Oh my gosh gosh gosh! I actually did like this book. Nancy's predicaments are spelled out almost logically and she gets out of a major predicament - a dirty old well or cistern - in a fairly original and believable manner. Of course, great portions of the book make no sense - not in 1933 or 2016. But who cares? She's resourceful, tough and smart, yet can wear an evening dress fit for a fairy princess, plus - big plus - Nancy has a natural wave in her hair and all the other girls are super-envious of her. She even manages to save a little girl from either 1. being smashed by a powerboat on a lake, or 2. drowning. Said little girl and her parents also tie in to the mystery - of course they do! Ned's in this one, too, though terribly underused. Nancy does admire his 'physique' in one scene, so perhaps he's in this book just for window dressing. :D Entertaining and engaging. Four stars!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    There are 2 mysteries for Nancy to solve in this outing. Both ended up being related but I was not aware of it when I started reading. This story had more action than some of the previous stories and I found the 'chase' pretty exciting and appreciated Nancy using her common sense in a time of crisis. Also, the language (this is one of those newer books so maybe that is why) was less archaic than in previous books. Since I never read Nancy Drew when I was much (much!) younger - I was a Scholastic B There are 2 mysteries for Nancy to solve in this outing. Both ended up being related but I was not aware of it when I started reading. This story had more action than some of the previous stories and I found the 'chase' pretty exciting and appreciated Nancy using her common sense in a time of crisis. Also, the language (this is one of those newer books so maybe that is why) was less archaic than in previous books. Since I never read Nancy Drew when I was much (much!) younger - I was a Scholastic Book Club girl - I am looking forward to reading the rest of the books in this series. I am really enjoying them. This is a timeless series that I hope newer generations will appreciate, too!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Whitney

    What is happening in Nancy's world? Once again, she rescues a rich old person who is being held captive by mean people. The mean people have their hideout done up in high-security fashion. As if they're afraid the elderly will vault out of their wheelchairs and over the electric barbed wire fence. Luckily for everyone, Nancy knows the direct number for the International Federation of Carrier Pigeon Fanciers. What is happening in Nancy's world? Once again, she rescues a rich old person who is being held captive by mean people. The mean people have their hideout done up in high-security fashion. As if they're afraid the elderly will vault out of their wheelchairs and over the electric barbed wire fence. Luckily for everyone, Nancy knows the direct number for the International Federation of Carrier Pigeon Fanciers.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Sarah {The Bookish Knitter}

    3.5 Stars Another delightful Nancy Drew novel. In this one Nancy finds a Carrier Pigeon that leads her into two different mysteries. As the story begins to unfold, the mystery and clues fall into Nancy’s lap. She often seems to be in the right place and at the right time. It also helps that she has the direct number to the International Federation of Carrier Pigeon Fanciers! This was a fun story and you do know who is the ‘bad guy’ quiet early in the novel so its more of finding out where the evi 3.5 Stars Another delightful Nancy Drew novel. In this one Nancy finds a Carrier Pigeon that leads her into two different mysteries. As the story begins to unfold, the mystery and clues fall into Nancy’s lap. She often seems to be in the right place and at the right time. It also helps that she has the direct number to the International Federation of Carrier Pigeon Fanciers! This was a fun story and you do know who is the ‘bad guy’ quiet early in the novel so its more of finding out where the evil gang of people are hiding and trying to rescue the elderly people they are holding in order to take their money. Ned makes an appearance in this book which is always fun. Him and his friends just happen to be camp counselors across the lake from where Nancy and her friends Bess and George are staying and the boys agree to assist Nancy with her mysteries. On a more serious note, this book does deal with elder abuse and I do appreciate that it wasn’t made light of.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Tammy

    3.5 stars Not the best of Nancy, but still suspenseful at parts! Popsugar Challenge 2020 - A book with more than 20 letters in its title

  8. 5 out of 5

    Abby

    When Nancy finds an injured homing pigeon, its message leads her to a new mystery. What do bluebells and larkspurs mean? It especially gets interesting when a hometown doctor tells her of an encounter where he was kidnapped to the exact location Nancy's looking for. One where an old woman is seemingly being held captive. With sidekicks Bess and George, she finds herself on another adventure to find Larkspur Lane. When Nancy finds an injured homing pigeon, its message leads her to a new mystery. What do bluebells and larkspurs mean? It especially gets interesting when a hometown doctor tells her of an encounter where he was kidnapped to the exact location Nancy's looking for. One where an old woman is seemingly being held captive. With sidekicks Bess and George, she finds herself on another adventure to find Larkspur Lane.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Ley

    Not exactly my favorite Nancy Drew book, but Stephanie Tromly mentioned this specific one in an interview. In this book, Nancy manages to solve a mystery AND get the top spot in a gardening contest. Yes. She is even more achingly perfect than usual. LOL. :)

  10. 4 out of 5

    Moonkiszt

    Found it! Found the lost #10 Nancy Drew. . . .and it's Nancy to the rescue! And a new car. . . Drew Carson is a very generous father, in spite of the fact that he can't stay in any one place for more than a page. Ah well. Nancy, with a buddy other than George and Bess, rescues a little old lady hidden amongst a forest of larkspur (aka delphinium). And in this book Nancy gets thrown down a cistern and I think I can hear a wee drop of worry in the fearless girl's thoughts. . .or she might be speakin Found it! Found the lost #10 Nancy Drew. . . .and it's Nancy to the rescue! And a new car. . . Drew Carson is a very generous father, in spite of the fact that he can't stay in any one place for more than a page. Ah well. Nancy, with a buddy other than George and Bess, rescues a little old lady hidden amongst a forest of larkspur (aka delphinium). And in this book Nancy gets thrown down a cistern and I think I can hear a wee drop of worry in the fearless girl's thoughts. . .or she might be speaking to the slimy walls, not sure which. Anyway. It was nice to hear she was a little concerned. She felt around for some ladder slats that she noted fell in with her, and luckily was able to force those into the cracks of the old slimy walls (g'd bless their hickory cores!), and *boom* she's up 20 feet and pushing the iron cistern lid up and over. Phew. What a girl! *smile* She needs a superhero outfit. 4 stars for letting a wee drop of human vulnerability show before she sucked it back in and leapt to action! #12 is next!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Olivia

    I've read the original and revised versions of this book. They are pretty much the same except in the original Nancy is accompanied by Helen Corning instead of Bess and George and let me tell you Helen is way better choice in this story. In the revised George falls and hurts her ankle. She has to sit where she is forcing Bess to step up and go with Nancy undercover, whining all the way. In the original Helen falls and hurts her ankle. Nancy fixes it up and Helen says "great lets get!". A LOT les I've read the original and revised versions of this book. They are pretty much the same except in the original Nancy is accompanied by Helen Corning instead of Bess and George and let me tell you Helen is way better choice in this story. In the revised George falls and hurts her ankle. She has to sit where she is forcing Bess to step up and go with Nancy undercover, whining all the way. In the original Helen falls and hurts her ankle. Nancy fixes it up and Helen says "great lets get!". A LOT less whining. I would recommend the original although the revised will do in a pinch.

  12. 4 out of 5

    cam

    I had a massive Nancy Drew phase in third grade, which resulted in the accumulation of many of the books on my shelf. Over summer 2018, I stumbled across some copies in this indie bakery/bookstore in north carolina which of course, I picked up and started to read. Now I realized why I liked these books so much. Time to blow the dust off my copies and reread them! :)

  13. 4 out of 5

    John Yelverton

    A stark departure for typical Nancy Drew books. She is in much more peril, and it's more a kidnapping story than a mystery. A stark departure for typical Nancy Drew books. She is in much more peril, and it's more a kidnapping story than a mystery.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Lillie

    What fun to read Nancy Drew again after all these years!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Whitney

    A carrier pigeon lands in the Drew's yard with a hurt wing and an undelivered letter contain an odd set of directions. After visiting her family doctor for her housekeeper's sprained ankle he confides that he had been taken recently, blind-folded to tend an elderly woman. This sparks Nancy's interest and sets about deciphering the bird's message which she believes to be an important clue. Why must the newer yellow hardcovers be politically incorrect? It is screamingly obvious that Carolyn Keene h A carrier pigeon lands in the Drew's yard with a hurt wing and an undelivered letter contain an odd set of directions. After visiting her family doctor for her housekeeper's sprained ankle he confides that he had been taken recently, blind-folded to tend an elderly woman. This sparks Nancy's interest and sets about deciphering the bird's message which she believes to be an important clue. Why must the newer yellow hardcovers be politically incorrect? It is screamingly obvious that Carolyn Keene had no qualms about racial stero-types, dubbing pick-pocketers and the like, as "ethnic and dark skinned". Reading these descriptions in 2010 is such an eye-opener, when you think about now stepping on eggshells so as not to offend anyone and in the 30s they thought nothing of it. A section of the book was in the setting of an asylum, where Nancy enters to save a missing woman and goes espionage on the reader. (I could faintly hear the "Mission Impossible" theme song in the background.) The head nurse in the institution had a Nurse Ratched quality to her, bullying the patients in a condescending tone, and controlling their every action as she sees fit. Even though this was not intended as Nurse Ratched did not come to being until the 60s, it was still a very entertaining character with unique traits. Maybe it's because I read the original 1930s publication, but I found this most enjoyable, probably because it had been unedited for the masses of another generation. The Password To Larkspur Lane was a very different look at Nancy and what was acceptable of that time. View all my reviews on my blog She is too fond of books

  16. 5 out of 5

    Alex

    I took a break from re-reading Nancy Drew books for awhile, but I decided to start back up again. These are just so much fun to read and they always make me smile - usually because I am laughing at them, but I'll take it. I am seriously sick of Nancy being so ridiculously perfect, though. She solves two mysteries, rescues an old lady, survives a kidnapping, MacGyvers her way out of a cellar and STILL comes in first place in the flower contest. What an overachiever. I always laugh at how outdated I took a break from re-reading Nancy Drew books for awhile, but I decided to start back up again. These are just so much fun to read and they always make me smile - usually because I am laughing at them, but I'll take it. I am seriously sick of Nancy being so ridiculously perfect, though. She solves two mysteries, rescues an old lady, survives a kidnapping, MacGyvers her way out of a cellar and STILL comes in first place in the flower contest. What an overachiever. I always laugh at how outdated these books are, but this one really takes the cake. A carrier pigeon falls into Nancy's yard. A carrier pigeon. And Nancy's immediate reaction is, and I quote: "I'll wire the International Federation of American Homing Pigeon Fanciers and give them the number stamped on the bird's leg ring." .... Of course. All 18 year olds know to do that. Also, Nancy's dad hands her a brand-new convertible in this book for absolutely no reason at all. Her old car (of which she's had a few already, and this is only book 10) is totally fine, but he still buys her a new one. Seriously, it must be nice to be Nancy Drew.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    The cover photo most resembles the edition we read, but mine was published in 1933, so may be less politically correct than later versions. Fortunately there are no "colored" servants shuffling or speaking in dialect in this story and no one with sinister foreign accents. The mystery itself is okay, though it drags a bit. Nancy tracks down a fake hospital where a band of crooks hold old ladies against their will and force them to sign over their fortunes. They seem to do this by drugging and hyp The cover photo most resembles the edition we read, but mine was published in 1933, so may be less politically correct than later versions. Fortunately there are no "colored" servants shuffling or speaking in dialect in this story and no one with sinister foreign accents. The mystery itself is okay, though it drags a bit. Nancy tracks down a fake hospital where a band of crooks hold old ladies against their will and force them to sign over their fortunes. They seem to do this by drugging and hypnotizing the old folks in their care. You would think there would be a quicker and more cost-effective way to get money from seniors (Publisher’s Clearinghouse sweepstakes, anyone?), but then we wouldn’t get to have the sinister disbarred lawyer and the quack doctor and the carrier pigeons and an airplane landing field and Nancy stuck in a cistern. Kudos to Miss Drew for knowing how to disable not only a car engine but a lightcraft airplane. Annoying that she gets to take first prize in the local garden show on top of everything else.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Debbie

    I really loved Nancy Drew books as a kid - often read three at a time in second and third grade. However, in rereading them with my daughter, there are things that bother me as I read this one. First, the clues are so fast-coming that my 4th grade daughter missed a few as clues because she was still processing the one on the previous page. However, she likes how fast paced it is. Second, Nancy is a bit spoiled. She has a perfectly good convertible, but her dad gets her a new one. Finally, this pa I really loved Nancy Drew books as a kid - often read three at a time in second and third grade. However, in rereading them with my daughter, there are things that bother me as I read this one. First, the clues are so fast-coming that my 4th grade daughter missed a few as clues because she was still processing the one on the previous page. However, she likes how fast paced it is. Second, Nancy is a bit spoiled. She has a perfectly good convertible, but her dad gets her a new one. Finally, this particular mystery is a little rough for young readers. What Dr. Belle is doing is horrible, and my daughter and I had to have a tough talk about how people take advantage of the elderly. Despite all that, the way the two mysteries came together was great, and I loved reliving Nancy's determination and drive.

  19. 4 out of 5

    alison

    why doesn't GoodReads admit that there are two different novels titled _Password to Larkspur Lane_?? first of all, i read TWO DIFFERENT BOOKS for which i should receive APPROPRIATE CREDIT. secondly, only one of these novels was genuinely interesting. (yes, of COURSE _i_ liked it when nancy purchases then dons the clothing that constitutes her old lady disguise, but i don't think old carolyn keene even mentioned the type of fabric...so whatev. i may be a sucker for descriptions of clothes, but i why doesn't GoodReads admit that there are two different novels titled _Password to Larkspur Lane_?? first of all, i read TWO DIFFERENT BOOKS for which i should receive APPROPRIATE CREDIT. secondly, only one of these novels was genuinely interesting. (yes, of COURSE _i_ liked it when nancy purchases then dons the clothing that constitutes her old lady disguise, but i don't think old carolyn keene even mentioned the type of fabric...so whatev. i may be a sucker for descriptions of clothes, but i can certainly tell when someone is just going through the motions.) when the original Nancy Drews were reissued, i really wanted to be a naysayer because i never read the old ones...but (i learned to) believe the hype! the originals are SO MUCH MORE EXCITING!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Sheila

    Oh Nancy, Nancy, how is it that you have not managed to get yourself killed, maimed, or bodily harmed yet? You take such silly risks some times, young lady, yet amazingly you always come out smelling like roses, and successfully save the day and solve the mystery! My daughter LOVES these stories, so we keep reading them. I roll my eyes, but since the character is a strong FEMALE character, who doesn't need any man to save her, I go along with her joy in these. The plots are just so out there and Oh Nancy, Nancy, how is it that you have not managed to get yourself killed, maimed, or bodily harmed yet? You take such silly risks some times, young lady, yet amazingly you always come out smelling like roses, and successfully save the day and solve the mystery! My daughter LOVES these stories, so we keep reading them. I roll my eyes, but since the character is a strong FEMALE character, who doesn't need any man to save her, I go along with her joy in these. The plots are just so out there and almost ridiculous sometimes though. But, oh well, I can see how these are popular still all these years after many of these were written.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Ami

    This book is a thriller! I couldn't put the book down. The cliff-hangers left me in such suspense I just had to keep reading. Nancy is so determined to help others and is always willing to put them before herself. I would definitely recommend this book to someone that loves mystery and adventure. This book is a thriller! I couldn't put the book down. The cliff-hangers left me in such suspense I just had to keep reading. Nancy is so determined to help others and is always willing to put them before herself. I would definitely recommend this book to someone that loves mystery and adventure.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Ellen

    3.5 stars Another fun Nancy Drew. "And a grand surprise it is." The two mysteries fitting together didn't seem to work quite as well as the others I've read, but the story was fun and exciting! 3.5 stars Another fun Nancy Drew. "And a grand surprise it is." The two mysteries fitting together didn't seem to work quite as well as the others I've read, but the story was fun and exciting!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Bargain Sleuth Book Reviews

    For this and other book reviews, check out www.bargain-sleuth.com and join my Facebook page Bargain Sleuth Book Reviews. Once again, I thought the Revised Text better. There aren't any continuity errors like there were with Walter Karig's OT. Helen Corning Archer is indeed married in this volume. I had forgotten that The Password to Larkspur Lane featured Helen as well as Bess and George; that had never happened before in the series. Taking out much of the filler of the Original Text, "Carolyn Kee For this and other book reviews, check out www.bargain-sleuth.com and join my Facebook page Bargain Sleuth Book Reviews. Once again, I thought the Revised Text better. There aren't any continuity errors like there were with Walter Karig's OT. Helen Corning Archer is indeed married in this volume. I had forgotten that The Password to Larkspur Lane featured Helen as well as Bess and George; that had never happened before in the series. Taking out much of the filler of the Original Text, "Carolyn Keene" added a subplot involving Helen's grandparents at their home on Sylvan Lake. Naturally,  their favorite dates, Ned, Burt and Dave happen to be camp counselors across the lake at Lake Hiawatha and make several appearances.  Of course, the second mystery Nancy gets herself involved in is tied to the first mystery of the elderly woman being held against her will in a shady sanitorium that happens to have larkspur growing on the estate.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Allison

    "Hannah replied, 'Well, it takes all kinds of folks to make a world. What's more, pigeons, planes and telegrams aren't getting tonight's dinner ready. We're having hot biscuits and chick, one of your father's favorites.'" "'You attract mystery like nectar in a flower attracts a bee, Nancy.' She grinned. 'In this case, I'll be the blossom and hope the villain will come my way!' 'I'll go with you tonight,' he agreed, 'and I'll do anything I can to help.' With a twinkle in her eyes Nancy said, 'They yo "Hannah replied, 'Well, it takes all kinds of folks to make a world. What's more, pigeons, planes and telegrams aren't getting tonight's dinner ready. We're having hot biscuits and chick, one of your father's favorites.'" "'You attract mystery like nectar in a flower attracts a bee, Nancy.' She grinned. 'In this case, I'll be the blossom and hope the villain will come my way!' 'I'll go with you tonight,' he agreed, 'and I'll do anything I can to help.' With a twinkle in her eyes Nancy said, 'They you can start clearing the table. I'll scrape the dishes and put them in the washer.' Carson Drew laughed. 'You caught me that time, young lady.'" "You are more important to me than all the mysterious old ladies in the world!" "Bess gave a great sign. 'I don't know which is harder: to keep on a diet or keep in a secret.'"

  25. 5 out of 5

    Annie

    This one was interesting - I felt that Nancy was insanely proactive and the police / friends were involved very little. The story is fairly simple - she finds an injured passenger pigeon and reads the message it was a code and she knew it. She was then invited to her friend Helen's family home where strange occurrences were going on. She sorts out that the two mysteries are connected and bam right into the action. This installment is fast paced and action packed. I thoroughly enjoyed it. I read This one was interesting - I felt that Nancy was insanely proactive and the police / friends were involved very little. The story is fairly simple - she finds an injured passenger pigeon and reads the message it was a code and she knew it. She was then invited to her friend Helen's family home where strange occurrences were going on. She sorts out that the two mysteries are connected and bam right into the action. This installment is fast paced and action packed. I thoroughly enjoyed it. I read it in one sitting and was truly engaged. The one down fall with this one was that Ned "saves the day" even though she did all the work etc.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Hannah H.

    Update: Nancy Drew can add to her impressive resume that she is an expert horticulturist and pigeon caretaker. Seriously: It cracks me up how perfect she is. I guess that's why I idolized her as a child and get nostalgic when I read an old Nancy Drew book. Thanks for the memories, Nanc. Update: Nancy Drew can add to her impressive resume that she is an expert horticulturist and pigeon caretaker. Seriously: It cracks me up how perfect she is. I guess that's why I idolized her as a child and get nostalgic when I read an old Nancy Drew book. Thanks for the memories, Nanc.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Tami

    Good story, but more than once she did some things that just seemed stupid and unbelievable.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Angie

    Lizzie: I liked this book, but I have noticed a pattern to these books.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Ashley Marsh

    It still feels so weird to be reading these again after nearly 20 years. This is probably the most far-fetched of the first ten. I’m glad I loved these as a child, but I can’t say the same now.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Nishitha Rout

    The best one from the Nancy Drew rack. A very different plot, nice twists with little actions and adventures. A must read!

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