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The Riddle of the Ruby Gazelle (Nancy Drew #135)

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While helping a friend with a fund-raiser in Brooklyn, Nancy is drawn into a mystery. A musician who was going to perform at the fund-raiser is kidnapped, and the kidnapping is tied to some memorabilia that was going to be auctioned for the benefit.
152 pages
Published 1997 by Pocket Books
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THIS WAS HARDCORE. Nancy did not become "asskicking" until the books were horribly blatantly ghostwritten, but I loved them then.
Rachel Brand
Nov 28, 2008 Rachel Brand rated it really liked it
Shelves: own, 2001, children, nancy-drew
This one was no where as near as good as the old Nancy Drew books, which were written in the 1940s. In all the Nancy Drew books I read, Nancy always helped her father out with a law case, and each chapter ended on a dramatic climax. This book had very few climaxes, and no mention of Nancy's dad. Not to mention the fact that Nancy went to New York - not somewhere exotic like France or South America as per 99 Steps and Brass Bound Trunk - and because of this, the book read like a guidebook for NYC ...more
Sabrina Diaz
This book is an okay book, its not so good and not so bad I say. This book is about how a girl named Nancy and her friend Zoe are raise money to save a local park so they have a fund-raiser and they get a group to come and sing but crime takes place in which the main lead singer is kidnapped and things from there on seem out of place.
Prami
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