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The Legend of the Emerald Lady (1999)

by Carolyn Keene

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Nancy's curiosity is aroused when she discovers traces of intruders at Sugar Moon, the nineteenth-century plantation, and comes across a faded love letter with clues to the hiding place of a long-dead priate's precious gift-- a fabulous emerald necklace.

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I just love Carolyn Keene's work. Nancy Drew was perhaps one of the most popular character's of teen mystery novels and many of us have spends hours devouring her adventures. This book in the tradition of a ND book continues to engage and entertain. It is well written and is crisp and simple.There's an intruder at Sugar Moon Plantation. Someone is searching for a lost treasure. Are there really clues hidden in the attics and the old building. He/ she tries to kill Nancy - what does she know that makes her existence a danger. Nancy works round the clock with her friends Ned and Bess to unravel the mystery before the time runs out. A must read for all. ( )
  superphoenix | Aug 10, 2011 |
this book is one of my faverite books and i enjoyed reading it
  jayeida | Jun 17, 2011 |
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