The Clue of the Broken LocketBook - 1965
When Nancy Drew and her friends arrive at Misty Lake, they meet pretty, red-haired Cecily Curtis, who seeks Nancy’s help in solving two mysteries. One concerns Cecily’s fiancé, Niko Van Dyke, a popular singer who believes that his record company is cheating him of royalty payments. The other invovles a family treasure hidden before the start of the Civil War; Cecily’s only clue is half of a gold locket. Nancy’s investigations lead her to Pudding Stone Lodge, where the sinister Driscoll family lives. Strange coincidences give Nancy plenty of opportunity to test her sleuthing skills. Braving a series of dangerous situations and discouraging developments, the alert young detective perseveres in her attempts to solve both mysteries and reveal the astounding secrets of Pudding Stone Lodge.
Baker & Taylor
When Nancy Drew sets out to solve the mystery of a hidden family treasure for her friend Cecily Curtis at Misty Lake, she encounters strange apparitions and a haunted house
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When Nancy Drew is asked to watch a cabin that is supposed to be 'haunted' with the ghost of a old launch that went down with many people on it a long while ago she uncovers two other mysteries, one including pirated records and the other two twins, a double, some unsavory characters, and a family fortune. This is a thrilling mystery one of the originals by Carolyn Keene.
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Back at the cottage, the girl were delighted to find that bottled gas had been delivered.
"Oh boy, hot water!" Bess exclaimed. "Me for a relaxing bath."
"Not now," George said. "Sleuthing comes first."
(From page 48.)
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