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

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While helping raise money for a Brooklyn park, Nancy must track down the kidnapper who has abducted a performing band's lead singer and discovers a hidden motive buried deep in the city's past.
Library Binding, 160 pages
Published February 1st 1997 by Turtleback Books (first published January 1st 1997)
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Rachel
THIS WAS HARDCORE. Nancy did not become "asskicking" until the books were horribly blatantly ghostwritten, but I loved them then.
Rachel Brand
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.
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