The Clue of the Broken Locket

The Clue of the Broken Locket

Book - 1996
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Nancy tackles two interesting mysteries this time, both for Cecily a friend she just met, one involving Cecily's fiance, the other a family treasure.
Publisher: New York : Grosset & Dunlap, 1996, c1934
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ISBN: 9780448095110
0448095114
Branch Call Number: J F KEE
Characteristics: 178 p. : ill. ; 19 cm

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orange_dog_3105
Apr 03, 2017

When Nancy Drew is asked to watch a cabin that is supposed to be 'haunted' with the ghost of a old launch that went down with many people on it a long while ago she uncovers two other mysteries, one including pirated records and the other two twins, a double, some unsavory characters, and a family fortune. This is a thrilling mystery one of the originals by Carolyn Keene.

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gwenfire2
Mar 17, 2015

A young girl asks Nancy Drew's help on uncovering two mysteries: one about a hidden family fortune, and the other about a false record company who seems to be cheating Cecily's husband-to-be, Niko, and who are also holding Cecily's cousin prisoner.

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"This is all because of that iron bird!"

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