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Tell Me the Truth (Nancy Drew: On Campus #4)

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Wondering why Peter is hiding the truth about his past from her, Nancy remembers her romance with Ned, and things become more complicated when a biology exam is stolen and Bess' grade is put on the line.
Paperback, 181 pages
Published December 1st 1995 by Simon Pulse
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Jul 20, 2016 rated it liked it
On the one hand, the mystery is engaging, and it was funny to see how people were "intimidated" by the Internet back in the day.

On the other hand, this book had some sexual dialogue, which is not what I've come to expect from this series.

Will I read more? We'll see.
Abeer Mashraqi
Jun 05, 2017 rated it it was ok
Well, firstly, I kinda guessed as to who the hacker would be, somewhere in the middle of my read. I mean, I wasn't deadpanned or something on knowing who the culprit was. The suspense turned out to be pretty dull and lacked excitement.
Secondly, I almost laughed when Peter's secret was revealed. I don't know why it was so funny to me.
Finally, I felt a bit sorry for Dawn. She wasn't treated fair in the book. Not only did Peter hurt her with his dirty little secret but also he started dating Nancy
Apr 12, 2014 rated it liked it
I continue to read Nancy Drew: On Campus as a guilty pleasure. I do not go into the novels with high expectations. They are really just books I pick up because:

Nancy Drew was a big part of my adolescence.
Therefore I still enjoy reading about Nancy solving a grand mystery.
These books are so corny that I can't help but keep on reading them
They are really short, quick reads.
The original Nancy Drew series is so much better than this one, which was written in the 90s, but the corniness still appeal
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