The Greek Symbol Mystery (Nancy Drew #60)
When she is told that a large inheritance from a Greek tycoon, meant for her friend Helen Nicholas, was stolen, Nancy agrees to find the culprit. A poisonous snake in a basket of apples and a strange symbol stamped on a rare Byzantine mask are clues in this mystery set in the beautiful and exotic country of Greece. These clues lead Nancy and her friends to a ring of art sm...more
The story jumped straight from one incredibly lucky clue to another without making the setting clear to the reader. While I know that the Nancy Drew series is light on description and character building, this book had none.
After reading some of the other reviews, I see I'm not ...more
Right off the girls run into trouble when a poisonous snake in a basket of apples is put in their room. Then someone dumps a gold mask in Nancy's bag and the police end up suspecting her of being a thief.
As it seems with most of the Nancy Drew books, her car is nearly run off the road. Things get complicated and nast ...more
This book was so good I wanted to carry on reading which was what I did I finished the and Started another book of the same sees which I had got for my holiday. (I read this book on holiday in Sunny Spain by the pool).
But why do they have to drag the boyfriends along in every single book now? They want to show us that they have a normal life with boys, and I get that. But do they have to do it so often? The books lose some of its girlpower.
The second time around reading this book was better, but I don't know. Things that were mentioned maybe once in the book were important at the end, or at least that I noticed. They'll talk about something once and then expect you to remember it the whole time. The longer Nancy Drew goes on the worse the books get.
Edna and Harriet Stratemeyer inherited the company from their father Edward Str ...more