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Bad Times, Big Crimes (Nancy Drew: Girl Detective #14)

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So I was sitting with Ned in a lecture, and then bam, Ned's in a three-piece suit, and I'm in a city hall meeting on how to get through the beginning of the Great Depression.

As in the Depression, in the 1930s.

What's more, there's a thief to track down. Someone's robbing local banks of what little money they have. Everyone's panicked about their money, so the thief coul

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Paperback, 160 pages
Published November 1st 2005 by Aladdin
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Sydney
in some parts i didn't really get anything.she's at a meeting then sudennly she's in the Great Depression.after she solves a obvious mystery.she goes back to her century and,figures out one of the family's children she met in the Great Depression is Bess and George's great aunt
Sona
One of the best book in Nancy Drew girl detective series.....Totally loved it and super different:)
Kajal Nehra
Again, read this when I was a kid, like 7 years back. Actually I never finished with this one for some reason. But I remember it being nice. Maybe some years from now, I'll go back to these again. :) Hehe :P
Kaela23
if you are a fan you will like it, but otherwise, it depends what kind of books you like, at the beggining it is a little weird... But, the ending is pretty cool.
Nejia
Jun 15, 2013 Nejia added it
It was a nice book, at times and points I god bored but it was a nice experience to read Carolyn Keene's book.
Prashansa
It's smashing. The best part was when Nancy, disguised as Neum, and Bess and George go to play poker.
Whitney
Nancy Drew are great books! I love them I want more of them i already have #9-#16
Ikram Hassan
totally different from other nancy drew books i've read
This one seemed so unreal
Halyn
this book was good i just wish it wasn't so obvious.
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this book fascinated me a lot i LOVE nancy drew. :)
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An interesting way to present Drew. Great book.
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