Confessions of a Teen Sleuth

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Click for availability and more information Confessions of a Teen Sleuth, by Chelsea Cain

Nancy Drew-Nickerson (yes, she married Ned!) was a real person - "titian tresses" and all. Carolyn Keene, her jealous college roommate, wrote those books based on stories Nancy told her and shamelessly marketed them as fiction. As the real Nancy ages in her "memoirs" she solves timely mysteries - thwarting evil Nazis and Nixon, too! A great parody of and affectionate tribute to America's most beloved teen detective.

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