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Series Books for Girls: Nancy Drew #48 The Crooked Banister
In Nancy Drew #48, The Crooked Banister , Carson Drew's client, Mrs. Melody, has been swindled by Rawley Banister, who has since disappeared. Mr. Drew, Mrs. Melody, and Nancy travel to Mountainville. They become acquainted with Rawley's sister, Mrs. Carrier, who turns out to be an old school friend of Mrs. Melody. Mrs. Carrier doesn't think Rawley is ever coming back since he sent her...
A thru Nancy Drew series collection

A look at part of my vintage girl-series book collection from Anne of Green Gable to Nancy Drew. Excuse the shaky camera-my 2nd video from my Pad.

Gabi Gabi says:
Nancy Drew Questions. Books and Games.?
Couple of questions. Favorite Nancy Drew Game? Why? Best Nancy Drew book out of the new ones? What is It About? Should I start from the begging of the new Nancy Drew Books? Should I start From the beginning of the Nancy Drew Games? You don't have...
•Poppy• says:
Favorite Nancy Drew Game: Probably Secret of Shadow Ranch. All have their good points, most are great, but this one is just all-around awesome. Second favorite is Danger on Deception Island, as I...

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