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The Mystery of Misty Canyon (Nancy Drew #86)

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Unless Nancy can win the money in the Independence Day Rodeo, she'll lose her beloved ranch. Before the rodeo, Tammy Calloway is thrown from her horse in what appears to Nancy to be a set-up. Determined to find out who wants Tammy out of the race, Nancy gets in deep--as the West gets even wilder.
Paperback, 160 pages
Published December 1st 1988 by Minstrel
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Melissa
I wouldn't normally pick up a modern Nancy Drew book, but I bought this in a $2.00-a-box library sale, and it looked decent. It was, and similar to the original Nancy Drew books. Of course, the characters never age--they're still in high school. All in all, I enjoyed it, but it was certainly nothing deep or edifying--just a fun children's mystery.
Tarissa
On a visit to Calloway Dude Ranch in Montana, Nancy Drew finds trouble.
Horse trouble. Financial trouble. Family Trouble.
Nancy and her friends help out as much as they possibly can, but more hurdles seem to keep coming their way!

The storyline to the book was just fantastic.
I could barely rip myself way!
Sakura Yue Michaelis
This kind of books never gets old. Or maybe I just like to read books from the '80/'90.
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