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Nancy Drew #03: The Haunted Dollhouse

by Stefan Petrucha

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When the dolls in Emma Blavatsky's antique dollhouse start depicting crimes that come true, Nancy is on the case and becomes even more worried when the dolls depict her murder.
  lkmuir | Dec 7, 2015 |
I read this book because I wanted to see what a graphic novel was like and very curious to read one that was based on the Nancy Drew series. I enjoyed it. This story takes place in the present day but the fun thing was that River Heights ( the setting) is celebrating retro days and everything is themed to the 1930s. The story is original as far as I know and not based on an early original book. The story also refers to previous real Nancy Drew books, which I thought was kind of fun. I'd like to think that reading these would encourage the reader to try the old Nancy Drew books. ( )
  bailey9189 | Sep 17, 2010 |
It’s nostalgia week in River Heights. The residents have given up modern technology and fashion to return to the simple life of the 1930s. Nancy and her friends, Bess and George are going to the antique auction celebrating the Stratemeyer Foundation. Emma Blavatsky donates a dollhouse that’s rumored to be haunted. Not believing it for second, Nancy is determined to solve the mystery behind the secrets of this dollhouse. ( )
1 vote scoutlee | Feb 28, 2010 |
Very Entertaining. Good illustrations. Original Storyline. ( )
  hslk1984 | Jan 9, 2007 |
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When an ancient artifact and a little boy go missing, Nancy and her friends are on the case. The artifact may prove that the Chinese discovered America prior to Columbus, but someone doesn't want that knowledge public and is out to stop Nancy, permanently.… (more)

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