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The Whispering Statue

Posted by Goo on September 2, 2014 at 7:45 AM Comments comments (1)

The Whispering Statue is a very excellent book, which involves two different mysteries which in the end link up together. A whispering statue has been stolen, and Mrs. Merriam's share of money for her rare books isn't received. Nancy unveils a plot by Mr. Basswood, owner of The Basswod Art and Bookshop, and Marco De Keer, a sculptor, by working at Mr. Basswood's shop as Miss Debbie Lynbrook.

NANCY DREW: The Missing Horse Mystery

Posted by NuhaSaheer on September 1, 2014 at 9:40 AM Comments comments (1)

In this book Nancy and her best friend Bess marvin are attending a Midwest Grand Prix Dressage Championship where many of the world best riders and their horses are competing.

When Nancy arrives at the competiton terrible tragediies take place.. First the fire, then somebody tries to kidnap a horse, then Aristocrat the most valuable horse goes missing. Nancy is sure that there is more than what appears to be outside.

Will Nancy be able to catch the person who is doing all this? Will she be able to solve the mystery without harming annyone?

Read #145 Nancy Drew: The Missing Horse Mystery to find out more!

Nancy Drew#6 The Secret of the Red Gate Farm

Posted by Amelia Drew on May 7, 2014 at 8:45 AM Comments comments (8)

Hello! I am posting the book review for Nancy Drew#6 The Secret of the Red Gate Farm.

Plot:

Nancy, Bess and George encounter an odd French-Chinese perfume saleswoman, reluctant to sell a particular fragrance to Bess. On a return train trip to River Heights, they ponder her odd behavior and encounter the malnourished Joanna, on her way to the River heights to seek employment. Joanna becomes acquainted with the girls, and when Nancy accompanies her to a job interview, Nancy uncovers a mysterious code in the office. Joanna's grandmother, owner of Red Gate Farm, welcomes the trio and Joanna to her farm where they plan to vacation as paid boarders, and assist with waiting on other boarders. On the farm, Nancy uncovers a group called The Black Snake Colony -- a "nature cult" -- who are tenants on a portion of Mrs. Byrd's farm. Accused of passing counterfeit money, Nancy shares details of the odd colony and the codes obtained in the office building with Federal agents. Nancy, Bess, George, and Joanna go undercover disguised in the white robes and hoods worn by the cult members, and join them in their cave hideaway!

Age:

8 to 12 years

My Ratings:

This book was good bu could have been better. So I'll give it a rating of 3.5/5.