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Nancy goes to Connecticut to visit George’s Aunt Elizabeth—and lands right in the middle of a controversy. George’s aunt, among others, proposes a bicycle path instead of widening a dangerously winding country road, in order to save a rare species of bat. But a threatening phone call, a sinister warning hanging in the doorway, and a sabotaged car convince Nancy that much more than the bats are at stake.
When George takes a delivery job for a local pharmacy, three customers fall prey to lethal poisons that are substituted for medicine, and Nancy must solve the case before George is named a prime suspect. Original.
Visiting the White House, where George is interning as a photographer's assistant, Nancy watches a photo session of a priceless gold statue, only to be attacked by a thief who makes off with the statue. Original.
Nancy, George, and Bess are looking forward to their vacation in the Colorado Rockies, but when the local wildlife refuge is plagued by a series of mysterious accidents, the sleuth and her friends decide to investigate.
Author : Franklin W. Dixon
ISBN : 0671034456
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Spending the summer on an archaeological dig on the property of an Italian count, Frank and Joe Hardy are delighted when they meet Francesca, his attractive teenage daughter, but their trip is threatened when Joe's amazing discovery, a wealth of fabulous jewelry, mysteriously vanishes. Original.
Vacationing at the eight-hundred-acre ranch of her father's friend, Charlie Griffin, Nancy enjoys the horseback riding, hiking, and birdwatching, until the mystery of an untapped gold mine catches her attention. Original.
Author : Rebecca L. Thomas
ISBN : UOM:39015059204985
Genre : Education
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