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The Mistletoe Mystery (Nancy Drew #169)

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Nancy's friend Bess has been hired by Special Effects, a River Heights company, to decorate Albemarle's department store for the holidays. When Bess discovers that her friend Ali Marie is now working at the store, she's thrilled -- the two of them can have lunch and try on clothes for fun! But when some...more
Paperback, 160 pages
Published November 1st 2002 by Aladdin
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Carol Gibson
This is one of the series books meant for younger readers. I enjoyed it Nancy Drew is a good role model because she does not need a guy around to be brave and resourceful. Reading it took me back to the lazy days of my childhood where I would lay out under the tree and read. Our home in Hialeah did not have AC so it was cooler outside. It was a well done mystery with all the clues laid out to follow. Some adult mystery writers could learn a thing or two from reading Nancy Drew mysteries.
Gabrielle Mcalpine
I really liked this book.
Chloe Yder
It was very interesting when I saw the cover. i love the mysteries happened, I didn't expect that their friend, Wayne, is the real suspect of the robbery in the Albemarle's. I had fun reading.. more power! :)
My heart literally leaped when Nancy fell from the scaffolding! A good book, a good mystery and a good read!
Another solid NDMS set in holiday time department store--would make a great Herinteractive Nancy Drew game!
Ikram Hassan
the book wasnt as exciting as the others
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