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Mystery of the Missing Mystery! Jan. 16 2008
By J. Arena - Published on Amazon.com
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There's some great excitement going on in River Heights. The lady who owns Nancy Drew's favorite shop, The Book Nook, has a famous father who's coming to town to read from his new novel. And Mr. Sandback happens to be Nancy's favorite mystery writer!

Nancy is going to need her trusty blue notebook to start jotting down the ever-growing list of suspects and clues, because a very valuable book has gone missing -- it's a rare copy of Morton Sandback's very first book. Because Foul Up At The Floss Factory is a graphic novel and a collector's item, there are lots of people who would want it. But who would be mean enough to steal a rare first edition and ruin a great surprise for the author?

With Nancy on the case, you know that she'll find The Crook Who Took the Book before you turn the last page!


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