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The Double Horror of Fenley Place (1992)

by Carolyn Keene

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Carolyn Keene never fails to deliver an excellent mystery novel in her series of Nancy Drew, super sleuth. I really like how all of her novels follow the same pattern, one would think this could be boring, however, it is satisfying to the reader to know or be able to guess at the events of the novel.
Nancy Drew remains, as always, a terrific protagonist. Her friends, Bess and George, are terrific "sidekicks" with well-developed personalities. I never fail to enjoy these novels, keep producing them! ( )
  Icecream18 | Apr 13, 2011 |
*spoiler warning!*

Pretty good mystery... I thought it would be too similar to the (many) other "haunted house" Nancy Drew books out there, but the whole movie thing put a different spin on it. It was very interesting and exciting that things happening in the movie would happen at Fenley Place, even though it made it fairly obvious that the culprit was a crew member (since who else would know about that stuff?)

However, the moment they mentioned Chris's movie-star mom (pg 116, fyi), I made the connection to Pamelia, and it was immediately obvious that Chris was the culprit. So I think they made it a little too easy to figure out who the culprit was... It was kind of like this neon sign, "This guy has issues and a secret in his past, look at him!!". But it was a good book anyways. ( )
  Heather19 | Jun 12, 2010 |
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In the first new Nancy Drew title since October, 1985, there's a horror movie being filmed in River Heights, and everything that happens on the set also happens in the mansion called Fenley Place. Nancy delves into this mystery and finds a surprising link between one of the movie crew and the owner of the mansion.
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In the first new Nancy Drew title since October, 1985, there's a horror movie being filmed in River Heights, and everything that happens on the set also happens in the mansion called Fenley Place. Nancy delves into this mystery and finds a surprising link between one of the movie crew and the owner of the mansion.

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While a horror film about a haunted house is filmed in Nancy's hometown, she notices that whatever happens on the set is mysteriously duplicated in the old Victorian mansion across the street.

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