Nancy Drew: The secret of the scarlet hand
by Wilkie Collins, Carolyn Keene
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Visiting the nation's capital for a sight-seeing vacation, Nancy is alarmed when a priceless Mayan artifact disappears from the Beech Hill museum and finds her only clue in a strange note containing a red handprint. Original.
Carolyn Keene and Franklin W. Dixon are the pseudonyms under which many ghostwriters penned the Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys series, respectively. Both series were created by Edward Stratemeyer, founder of the Stratemeyer Syndicate book packaging firm, in the late 1920s and early 1930s.
Stratemeyer's daughter, Harriet, and syndicate writer Mildred Wirt Benson were the two people primarily responsible for bringing the iconic character of Nancy Drew to life in the minds and hearts of millions of readers around the world.
Book is used, good reading copy. some creases on cover and light rubbing to spine.
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- Melissa E Anderson (US)
- Bookseller Inventory #
- Nancy Drew: The secret of the scarlet hand
- Wilkie Collins, Carolyn Keene
- Book condition
- Quantity available
- ISBN 10
- ISBN 13
- Pocket Books
- Place of Publication
- New York
- Date published
- nancy drew, carolyn keene, mysteries
- Bookseller catalogs
- JUVENILE FICTION / Mysteries & Detective Stories; JUVENILE FICTION / Girls & Women;
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