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So I agreed to play the part of Esther Rackham in a film about the heist that gave River Heights its name, and there was all this trouble on the set, and I figured out who was behind it. Case closed, right? Wrong! Once the camera starts rolling, a huge fire breaks out on the set, setting back production again. We're running out of time and funds. At least the fire turns up a key clue about who started it, but I'll have to continue juggling acting and sleuthing. Because it might be up to me to save this film from going up in flames....
According to the National Snooper, the queen of planet Zagon is on earth. It seems pretty silly until Nancy and her friends have a new substitute teacher...Ms. Zagon! Kate Zaleski says Ms. Zagon is an alien. Nancy says she's not, and she's going to prove it -- along with the aid of a talking parrot who's helping her solve the whole mystery.
Nancy and her friends are off on an apple-picking adventure! They are headed to the Kids Apple Festival, where they will pick apples, go on a hayride, and work their way through a cornstalk maze. Bess is excited about the applesauce-eating contest--after all, apples are her favorite food! And the winner gets a whole basket of River Heights Reds, a brand new type of apple! But when the basket--and all the apples in it-- vanishes, Nancy knows she has to get to the core of this mystery. Can she figure out who the bad apple is, or is this festival on the verge of an apple emergency?
Nancy, George, and Bess have been invited to an April Fool's Day party at their new schoolmate's house. It sounds like it's going to be a lot of fun -- each guest is bringing a gag to the party, and the best prank will win a special prize. When two of the guests' fancy new electronics go missing, Nancy knows something's up. Is this someone's idea of a joke? The Clue Crew certainly isn't laughing, and they're on the case to find the missing gadgets.
While Nancy visits a friend at the University of Utah, Frank and Joe Hardy are working undercover just outside Salt Lake City at the site of the 2002 Winter Olympics. Together, they team up to investigate acts of sabotage by eco-terrorists, and are led into a tangled web of financial intrigue, political corruption, and explosive action.
Nancy tries to prove that a babysitter is being framed when three houses in River Heights are robbed--and the only connection the police can find is that the babysitter was employed at each.
Nancy and her friends are hired as mother's helpers for a neighbor. But when the twins' toys go missing, they know it's time for the Clue Crew to get on the case.
Nancy has just two days to help her friend and save the ballet!Nancy and her friends are practicing for the big ballet recital. They're so excited, and nervous too. Especially Bess, who can't seem to learn the steps. But then the special music goes missing and the recital might be canceled. Everyone blames Bess and Nancy must take the case!
Ned's friend Trevor Callahan is a promising young doctor but his patients keep disappearing. As Nancy unravels the mystery, the bodysnatcher stalks her. Could this be Nancy's final operation?
So I was sitting with Ned in a lecture, and then bam, Ned's in a three-piece suit, and I'm in a city hall meeting on how to get through the beginning of the Great Depression. As in the Depression, in the 1930s. What's more, there's a thief to track down. Someone's robbing local banks of what little money they have. Everyone's panicked about their money, so the thief could be just about anyone. But after spending just a little time in this odd place, I have a hunch there's more to it... Bad Times, Big Crimes
"I'm the best!" "No, I'm the best!" Who is the best detective of all? Nancy Drew's special detective notebook is gone! And, boy, is she in trouble. Inside were three passes - for her, Bess, and George - to the most spectacular movie of all time, Star Quest 2. Sure, Nancy's friends will forgive her...maybe in a million years. Even worse, Jason Hutchings is looking for the notebook - just to prove how easy it is to be a detective. One thing's for sure: these days, it's not easy being Nancy Drew!
AMERICA'S HOTTEST TEEN DETectives TEAM UP TO BRING AN AMERICAN SUPERSPY TO SAFETY The Berlin Wall has come tumbling down, and a major American agent-code-named the Swallow-wants to come home. On a top mission for the Network, THE HARDY BOYS head to Memphis, where a mystery man named Pritchitt has promised to turn the agent over for a price. But a ruthless German spymaster, known only as Klaus, has vowed to beat Frank and Joe to the punch-and shoot the Swallow out of the sky. Meanwhile... NANCY DREW comes to the aid of Beau Davis, a guy with a bad case of the Memphis blues. Accused of stealing a guitar once belonging to Elvis, he is now a prime suspect in a more ominous matter-the murder of Pritchitt! In a case as twisty and treacherous as a Mississippi River current, Frank and Joe and Nancy are headed for a stunning rendezvous and revelation...
Nikki Masters and her boyfriend, Tim Cooper, are preparing for their upcoming high school play. Tim is ecstatic about it while Nikki can barely hide her stage fright for the opening night. Brittany, a reporter for the their high school newspaper takes advantage of their different reaction and sensationalizes Tim's friendship with a fellow drama student, Lara Bennett, in the hopes that Tim and Nikki will break up and he'll then fall for Brittany. In the back ground, Brittany is secretly working as a waitress in a disgusting restaurant so she can earn enough money to pay her dues at the country club.
Nancy's class is performing Alice in Wonderland, and everyone is busy practicing for the big day. Rehearsals are running smoothly until the Mad Hatter, pesky Orson Wong, discovers that his "magic" hat has vanished. How will the Mad Hatter remember his lines without it? Sounds like a case for Nancy Drew. But Nancy's not so sure she wants to solve this one--Orson is such a pest! Even worse, Orson wants to help Nancy solve his own case, and Nancy's friends won't even investigate the case if he's around. Will a new partner mean saying good-bye to old friends? And can Nancy and Orson uncover the Hatter's hat before curtain time?
Nancy, Bess, and George are really excited about the bike race River Heights is holding during the girls' spring break. The winner gets lots of cool prizes! George is the most excited because she thinks her bike is the fastest. But a few days before the race, her bike disappears! Nancy and Bess promise to help George find it, but this bikenapper leaves almost no tracks to follow. Nancy must pedal her way through this mystery--and fast--or else George will be sitting on the sidelines!
Riding uphill is hard -- but going down can send you over the edge!Nancy, Bass, and George are all geared up for a bike tour in Ireland. They're looking forward to spectacular scenery, romantic ruins, local entertainment, and, at the end of the day, cozy inns to welcome them. But it isn't long before the three friends realize that they're riding with danger.From the moment they arrive at the airport, someone seems to be targeting the tour members, especially the two teen sisters from Australia. Even worse, not all the cyclists are what they appear to be. As the group bikes along sheep-filled roads and steep seaside cliffs, the menace mounts. Nancy knows that if she makes one wrong turn she'll be on a detour to disaster!
There's trouble backstage!Peppermint Penny's clothing shop is having a back-to-school fashion show, and Nancy is one of the models. Everything is perfect -- until somebody cuts a hole in the show's star attraction, a black velvet coat from Paris.Meanwhile, Brenda Carlton is passing out copies of the Carlton News. Her new gossip column says that Nancy did the damage. Now Nancy and her friends have to turn a fashion disaster inside out and catch the real cut-up at the show!
Nancy uncovers a mystery while cruising to Rio de Janeiro when a drawing of a black widow spider with a coded message is slipped under Nancy's door.
Romance and adventure await Nancy on the craggy coast of Cornwall, England. There to help a friend who could be in danger, Nancy finds more than she bargained for!
Nancy Drew and her friends are going to New Orleans for a vacation--she even promised her father not to solve any mysteries while she's there! But when she runs into Frank and Joe Hardy, a mystery can't be too far away. Nancy and the Hardys begin to investigate a crooked real estate scheme amid the glitz and splendor of New Orleans during festival season. Throw in a dead body, arson, and robbery, and there's no time for a vacation.
Karen has always envied Emily Van Patten. Ben once loved Emily, and when she comes back in to town, Ben says he wants to date them both, because he can't decide... Niki and Niles have been dating for what seems like forever. Then Gillian steps in and suddenly the tables are turning. All the girls in River Heights have a lot to learn about love...
Leslie King sat in the office of her calculus teacher, Professor Davis, and stared helplessly across the desk at him, feeling like some kind of loser. The professor's blue eyes were patient and he was trying to encourage her with a smile, but for some reason Leslie couldn't focus on the math problem.
The Princess Mix-Up Mystery and Buggy Breakout have eight-year-old Nancy Drew solves cases with her friends in the Clue Crew!
Rescued from a storm by a young woman, Nancy Drew and a friend take temporary shelter in an empty bungalow. Nancy becomes involved in her rescuer's life and another investigation related to bank embezzlement. Nancy Drew must answer whether the empty bungalow play a role in any of the mysteries. This is the 1960 revised version of The Nancy Drew Bungalow Mystery.
Beginning in the late 1950s, the first 34 Nancy Drew books were revised and condenced. This is the unrevised version, with 25 chapters instead of the 20 of the later version. While trying to help a friend out of a difficulty, Nancy has a perilous experience in and around a deserted bungalow, from which only her bravery and quick thinking save her.
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