I really like this new series. The murder in this one happens at a Nancy Drew convention and there's lots of Carolyn Keene trivia in the book.
It's a light, easy read. I enjoyed the Nancy Drew connection since I read those when I was younger. My mother gave me this book and it appears to be signed by the author.
This book was a fun read. It's based in my area so it was interesting reading about familiar sites.
Another great Cece Caruso book. I really enjoy these very entertaining and fast reading books.
Lots of fun, for Nancy Drew fans and those who don't know the "Girl Detective." Made me want to pull out all my old Nancy Drew mysteries!
Read it on a fluke, but it was great. Especially if you like Nancy Drew.
Nancy Drew fans and those who like their mysteries with a bit of a comic touch will love this one
A good second entry in this series.
Besides her beloved collection of vintage designer clothing, there is nothing Cece Caruso cherishes more than her childhood memories of Nancy Drew. Her near obsession with the fictional teenage sleuth led her to become a professional biographer of classic mystery writers. And now that she's working on a book about Nancy's pseudonymous creator, "Carolyn Keene," Cece's in heaven. At the L.A. home of another rabid Drew-ophile, Cece finds a treasure trove of useful memorabilia, including one unique and somewhat shocking collectible. Later she finds a dead body -- and a puzzle that would sorely test the skills of her spunky girlhood heroine. Now she'll have to channel her former idol and unmask a murderer, and the killer may be coming for Cece next.