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The Twin Dilemma (Nancy Drew, No 63) (edition 2005)

by Carolyn Keene (Author)

Series: Nancy Drew (63)

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When a model disappears, Nancy takes her place in a benefit fashion show and helps to track down a dress thief.
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Title:The Twin Dilemma (Nancy Drew, No 63)
Authors:Carolyn Keene (Author)
Info:Grosset & Dunlap (2005), Edition: 3rd Printing, 192 pages
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Had to read this one twice because it's one of the few ND mysteries that has a lot of characters involved. And it gets a bit confusing with the number of imposters inserted into the story --like the two Russell Kaisers at the auction house. It's a decent ND, but a little less confusion might have made it more enjoyable. I'm a grown adult who had a bit of trouble with this, so I think a 10-15 year old (the target age) would really struggle with this particular mystery. ( )
  JohnnyRue | Sep 22, 2021 |
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  lcslibrarian | Aug 13, 2020 |
I am completely baffled. I just read this book, and I *know* I have never read it before. Then I come to review it and find that I have a different edition already sitting in my ND bookcase... But I know I've never read it before! Ugh.

Anyways. It *was* a good book. A few things bugged me at the beginning, though. Ever notice how Nancy can do any kind of job at a moment's notice, no matter how inexperience she is? She has waitressed, been a reporter, worked in fashion and undercover in so many places... With no real experience. That really bugs me. Why on earth would a fashion show allow her to cover for a well-known model?

I loved how many smaller mysteries there were, all of them somehow connected to the main mystery. Sometimes it was confusing because there were so many different things going on at once. It seemed like there was absolutely no one Nancy could trust, everyone seemed to be involved with one mystery or another. I had my suspicions about Rosalind from the beginning, but I *definitely* never caught on to what was really going on with the fake Chris Chavez. That was a huge surprise! ( )
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