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The Quest of the Missing Map (Nancy Drew, Book 19) (original 1942; edition 1942)

by Carolyn Keene

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Title:The Quest of the Missing Map (Nancy Drew, Book 19)
Authors:Carolyn Keene
Info:Grosset & Dunlap (1942), Edition: Revised, Hardcover, 192 pages
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Tags:Hippopus Maculatus, Cartography, Emerson College, voice lessons, art school, ship cottage, maritime, Trixie

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The Quest of the Missing Map by Carolyn Keene (1942)

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What a thriller of a book. This book had me on edge from start to finish. I did not think a Nancy Drew book could be so action packed. I love every word of this book. A great read. ( )
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Her golden red hair flying in the wind, Nancy Drew ran up the porch steps and opened the front door of her home.
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"No! No! I won't go there!" seven-year-old Trixie Chatham cries out. "The Ship Cottage is haunted!"
Prompted by her concern for the frightened child, Nancy investigates the small studio on the Chatham estate. What the astute young detective discovers leads her to believe that there is a connection between the mysterious occurrences at Ship Cottage and her search for a treasure island.
With only a few slim clues t guide her - a half map and Tomlin Smith's vague memories - Nancy sets out to find Mr. Smith's long-lost twin brother, who possesses the rest of the map that will pinpoint the location of buried treasure willed to them by their father.
Constantly beset by danger and intrigue, Nancy courageously outwits her enemies and solves one of the most challenging cases in her career as a teenage investigator.
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The 19th in the Nancy Drew Mystery Stories series, this is a facsimile reproduction of the original book, which was first published in 1942.

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The eighteen-year-old girl detective must find a man who has been missing for years in order to locate the other half of a treasure map.

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