White Water Terror (The Nancy Drew Files, #6)
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White Water Terror (Nancy Drew Files #6)

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Nancy sets out to have a fun and exciting white water rafting trip, but when someone starts sabotaging the trip, her life is in danger, so she needs to investigate.
Library Binding, Large Print
Published by Grey Castle Press (first published December 28th 1986)
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Olivia
This one was actually pretty good! Trapped in the wilderness with a killer. The end was kinda annoying because it has to do with a case that there is no book about. A quick, fun read.
Jie Hao
I, myself,am not the sport kind, but whenever reading one of the books with sports in it, unless the whole story capture my attention, I rarely could finish the book. Luckily, Nancy Drew always seems to capture my interests. Once again this time she taught me a lot about the sport called rafting. Dangerous, but exciting, at least for someone.It's amazing how Nancy always get caught up in the most dangerous situations. And amazingly too, how she always figure out the crime. I have learned a lot e...more
Nikki Mohamed
My daughter handed this off to me. It brought back memories of all the Nancy Drew mysteries I read in middle school. It was fun. I think I'm going to pick up a few more Nancy Drews to keep my daughter reading for fun!
Nattie
I truly enjoyed this one. I usually love stories where people are stranded in the wilderness.

It was a bit contrived. The culprit could have come up with a better way to get what they wanted.
Angela
A bit predictable, not really one of the best in the series.
Bavani Priya
very adventerous. The saboteur is unpredictable. awesome book
Svenja
Wie bei den anderen Bänden, 1 Stern Nostalgie-Bonus ;)
Prami
Don't remember much but I liked Nancy and the mysteries.
Nikol Likja
It becomes more interesting as you go further...
Isha
May 28, 2013 Isha added it
So far this is one of my favorites!! :)
Marts  (Thinker)
Join Nancy on a white water rafting trip
Prerna
REAL GOOD!
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