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Mystery of the Wax Queen (The Dana Girls Mystery Stories, First Set #28)

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Louise and Jean Dana are thrilled when their uncle telephones them at Starhurst School and asks them to solve a very puzzling and fascinating mystery involving two Wax Queens, one of them alive! Time is of the essence—the puzzle must be solved during the girls' spring vacation.

Their detective work takes the Danas to a quaint Greenwich Village shop in New York City. Here th
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Unknown Binding, 176 pages
Published January 1st 1972 by Grosset & Dunlap (first published 1966)
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Sarah
Aug 02, 2013 Sarah rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
The Dana Girls mystery stories are written by the same author as the Nancy Drew books. In "Mystery of the Wax Queen" the Dana sisters go to New York to help solve the mystery of a missing wax figure. The Wax Queen's brother has been threatening her to sell her shop to him and she refuses. He also is running a car contest scam. Will the Dana girls be able to catch him and find the missing wax statue? Great story and very entertaining. The Dana girls love to solve mysteries and are always thinking ...more
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Dec 12, 2013 Kendra Nichols rated it it was amazing
even though I would probably be considered to old for this type of book I still decided to read it and let me tell you it was amazing, even my grandma liked it! this is a book for young and old.
Debra
I loved this series of books that I read back in junior high. They are from the same syndicate that wrote the Nancy Drew books and the Hardy Boys, but I much preferred the Dana Girls.
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