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The Mystery of the Locked Room (The Dana Girls Mystery Stories, First Set #7)

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The students are Starhurst are excited about Mrs. Crandall's plans to purchase a piece of property at Moon Lake for a girls' camp. Five girls, including Louise and Jean Dana, earn the privilege of accompanying Mrs. Crandall to the proposed site on a weekend outing. Much to the Danas' dismay, Lettie Briggs makes the trip as well since Mrs. Crandall has promised her parents ...more
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Published 1950 by Grosset & Dunlap (first published 1938)
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Sarah Crawford
Jan 16, 2016 Sarah Crawford rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
1938.

This is a real good book in the series and is rather complex. Lettie plays a major part in the story, I think the most important role she's played yet. She's involved in mysterious doings with some adult guy who the Dana girls don't trust. Another theme is Applecore's getting some money from an inheritance and how she reacts to that. Yet another them involves Mrs. Crandall wanting to buy a place that she can establish a summer camp for girls out. Another theme involves a new girl at Starhu
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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.
Stefanie Guay
Jul 07, 2013 Stefanie Guay rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Of corse, I enjoyed this book because of it's such juvenile innocent that doesn't really exist now a days.
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Dec 03, 2012 Kara rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: re-read
Jean and Louise seemed extra obnoxious in this one. And why, oh why, does Mrs. Crandall indulge them?
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