Series: Dana Girls

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By the Light of the Study Lamp by Carolyn Keene1
The Secret at Lone Tree Cottage by Carolyn Keene2
In the Shadow of the Tower by Carolyn Keene3
A Three-Cornered Mystery by Carolyn Keene4
The Secret at the Hermitage by Carolyn Keene5
The Circle of Footprints by Carolyn Keene6
The Mystery of the Locked Room by Carolyn Keene7
The Clue in the Cobweb by Carolyn Keene8
The Secret at the Gatehouse by Carolyn Keene9
The Mysterious Fireplace by Carolyn Keene10
The Clue of the Rusty Key by Carolyn Keene11
The Portrait in the Sand by Carolyn Keene12
The Secret in the Old Well by Carolyn Keene13
The Clue in the Ivy by Carolyn Keene14
The Secret of the Jade Ring by Carolyn Keene15
Mystery at the Crossroads by Carolyn Keene16
The Ghost in the Gallery by Carolyn Keene17
The Clue of the Black Flower by Carolyn Keene18
The Winking Ruby Mystery by Carolyn Keene19
The Secret of the Swiss Chalet by Carolyn Keene20
The Haunted Lagoon by Carolyn Keene21
The Mystery of the Bamboo Bird by Carolyn Keene22
The Sierra Gold Mystery by Carolyn Keene23
The Secret of the Lost Lake by Carolyn Keene24
The Mystery of the Stone Tiger by Carolyn Keene25
The Riddle of the Frozen Fountain by Carolyn Keene26
The Secret of the Silver Dolphin by Carolyn Keene27
Mystery of the Wax Queen by Carolyn Keene28
The Secret of the Minstrel's Guitar by Carolyn Keene29
The Phantom Surfer by Carolyn Keene30
The Curious Coronation by Carolyn KeeneNew 14
The Hundred-Year Mystery by Carolyn KeeneNew 15
Mountain-Peak Mystery by Carolyn KeeneNew 16
The Witch's Omen by Carolyn KeeneNew 17

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Series description

The Dana Girls was a mystery series from the Stratemeyer Syndicate that ran from 1938-1968 and again from 1972-1979. The second run reordered 13 of the titles from the first and added 4 new titles to the series. More information can be found at the Series Books for Girls website.
This page uses the original order for the first 30 titles, but new titles from the second run are listed at the end with their number.
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