Nancy and her friends, George and Bess, are returning from a country carnival when they witness the explosion and burning of a beautiful country mansion. Fearing its occoupants may be trappee in the blazing building, they rush to the rescue- and unexpectedly find themselves confronted with a mystery that seems to be insoluble.
Nancy, George & Bess witnes the explosion & burning of a beautiful country mansion...
AWESOME ADDITION TO THE N.D. SERIES!
One of the first stories with the girl detective. Fun!
very good, & a good writer
I read Nancy Drew when I was growing up all of her books are wonderful
It keeps you thinking who did it & why again very good
Once again, I'm drawn into a hopeless mystery that has too many questions and too few answers.
Good thing I've got a pretty detective girl to help me out!
Nancy Drew has always been a source of good, clean, mystery fun with interesting characters and fascinating plotlines. As a child, I loved them, and even now I still get a kick out of flicking open the books to see if I've forgotten where the clues led.
These books are great fun for kids - they enhance vocabulary and reading skills as well as allowing them to think outside the box.
In a world where good children's books are hard to find today, Nancy Drew remains true as the best amateur detective out there.
This book is hardback. I don't know why I couldn't get that to show up.
One fine summer day, Nancy and her two best friends George and Bess are taking a ride in Nancys' convertable. They soon pass a beautiful summer house. They watch it as they drive along the road. All the house brakes out in flames! Nancy stops the car and runs over to see if anyone who may have been inside was hurt. But on her way she finds a diary.
Nancy now has a few questions to answer:
1)Whos diary is this?
2)Did the person who owns the diary set the house on fire ?
3) If so, Who is he?
Brand new Book/Never read. Old Favorites never die.