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The Fox Hunt Mystery (Nancy Drew #132)

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When Nancy's friend Laura's family stables are sabotaged and then Laura's favorite horse is stolen, Nancy must discover if Laura's spoiled rival is trying to hurt her or if the upcoming fox hunt has enraged animal activists who will stop at nothing to end this sport.
151 pages
Published 1996 by Minstrel
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Jodie
This would have been good, but it seems the authors of this Nancy Drew book desired to push their views down the throat of pre-teens and teens. Thank you very much, but I will decide if I agree with fox hunts or not !!!
I like Nancy Drew books, but I don't really appreciate it when the authors shove things like evolution and the like down my throat ... which is why I prefer the original Nancy Drew books. They still have some stuff I don't like, but nowhere near the amount the newer ones have. An
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Raven
I've always loved reading the Nancy Drew series. However, I find the newer books to be pretty horrible. Maybe it's the fact that there's an attempt to modernize everything. I just really liked the time period and writing style the originals have.
Prami
Don't remember much but I liked Nancy and the mysteries.
Dana
Cunning like a fox! :D
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