Nancy's Mysterious Letter

Nancy's Mysterious Letter➺ [Reading] ➼ Nancy's Mysterious Letter By Carolyn Keene ➯ – Bluevapours.co.uk Nancy's mysterious letter Keene Carolyn Free Nancy's mysterious letter by Keene Carolyn Publication date Topics Detective and mystery stories Mystery and detective stories Mystery and detective storie Nancy's Mysterious Letter Keene Carolyn Free Nancy's Mysterious Letter by Keene Carolyn Publication date Topics Detective and mystery stories Mystery and detective stories Mystery and detective stories Detective and mystery stories Publisher New York Grosset Dunlap Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; internetarchivebooks; delawarecountydistrictlibrary; china; americana Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive Nancy's Mysterious Epub / Contributor Nancy's Mysterious Letter feedfoodgmbhde Nancy’s Mysterious Letter Mystery Stories by Carolyn Keene I suppose you can't win them all in the Nancy Drew series so this was a very early one written in Wrong This is a stunning new edition of an old 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Nancy's Mysterious Letter MOBI Þ Nancy's Mysterious
  • Hardcover
  • 209 pages
  • Nancy's Mysterious Letter
  • Carolyn Keene
  • English
  • 10 May 2016
  • 9781557091628

10 thoughts on “Nancy's Mysterious Letter

  1. Sheri says:

    One thing you can always count on when reading a Nancy Drew mystery is an original story line I think that may be part of what made them so exciting when I was younger Besides learning about the various crimes and scams I got to learn about things that weren’t part of my world Things like sailor lingo or the fact that there are postal inspectors and even a bit of ShakespeareThis particular mystery was a bit weak It started out alright but sort of dissolved into a chase to track down the culprit and the elusive other Nancy Drew The culprit is known from the beginning so there is no suspense there Additionally so much of the story is contrived; it really is just filler and adds nothing to the story The author tried to work in suspenseful and seemingly related happenings but wasn’t uite successful in creating scenes that fit naturally within the story There were a few scenes that weren’t realistic at all such as one where the girls are in the convertible and it is noted that Nancy had put the top up earlier as the day appeared cloudy and raw It is November it starts to snow in the same scene yet Nancy had been riding around with the top down the day before? I live in Wisconsin and no one is driving their convertible with the top down in November ever It’s much too cold and usually windy for that River Heights is supposedly in Illinois and it’s not that much warmer thereWe do learn about Ned in this book and we see how he is the embodiment of the all American football star There’s even a chapter or two detailing his winning kick in the big game Also notable is that Ned and Nancy’s relationship has certainly taken off since Nancy only started dating him in the last book We’re introduced to Burt and Dave George and Bess’s respective dates and we will see them again in future mysteries This was an original idea that wasn’t uite enough for a full plot It needed elements to really flesh it out into a mystery; suspects less filler exciting clues Overall as part of the series it’s an okay read with a weak mystery

  2. Moonkiszt says:

    Since so many of the ND books are written by committee I'm betting this one was a man there's a male perspective I haven't sensed til this one #8 And there was a lot of Ned dances and getting ready for dances and dates I kinda like it better when she is just doing that because it is part of Nancy being Nancy And still concerned at how absent Dad Drew is he's there but whenever they are together for a minute he gets called awayAnyway Off to #9 twisted candles are involved and it's October so Halloween will be in the wings maybe?

  3. C. says:

    After having a few Nancy Drew novels as a youngster it is fun to read all of them in order I discovered a great essay about the Stratemeyer family and know writers were employed to expand story ideas The original author Mildred A Wirt had leeway when Edward was alive than when his brave daughter Harriet took over In the 1950s Harriet received enough complaints about impropriety to undertake rewriting the suite; sometimes in imbalanced chunks My yellow hardcovers are the rewrites whereas my Mom's generation would know Nancy's spunkier portrayals Melanie Rehak's essay is worth reading to understand the marvel Mildred was A remuneration conflict resulted in a Walter Karig penning this novel I hope the subseuent two he did are better than this No wonder Nancy's Mysterious Letter is one of the weakest However one fault is a spoiler synopsis at the Goodreads website It told how the novel would go My careful summary is that this mystery derives from a stolen mailbag The approach was silly right awayNo one would take a mailbag from a house instead of in public Worse Nancy knew there was an international letter for her but dillydallied to read it Her Dad places European phone calls to learn the contents of the letter from the sender that they were able to ascertain The mystery would have been just fine had Nancy read the letter and pursued its puzzle directly Superfluous drama was a turnoff This only needed to be a mission to locate someone However I admired that Nancy Bess George and Carson did do a lot of real legwork I look forward to uests and outcomes that are far atmospheric than this one was Old houses and treasure chests make exciting subjects than a greedy bloke

  4. Abigail says:

    Teen sleuth Nancy Drew confronts two mysteries both related to the mail in this eighth entry in the series devoted to her ongoing adventures Her regular mailman Mr Ira Dixon was due to retire from the Postal Service with a thirty five year unblemished record Coming into a modest inheritance the kindly old man who had been Nancy's friend since she was a little girl planned to retire Then on one of his last days of work his mailbag was stolen bringing him into disgrace Feeling responsible as the bag was stolen when Nancy invited Mr Dixon inside for a cup of cocoa Nancy decided to investigate Her suspicions were aroused when she learned that the mailman's younger half brother a wild boy had been demanding half of Mr Dixon's inheritance even though he was not entitled to it As she got involved in this situation Nancy also found herself searching for another Nancy Drew an English Nancy Drew living in America whose letter had been mistakenly delivered to her Nancy Drew the sleuth While investigating the mystery of the stolen mail pouch and attempting to track down the other Nancy Drew our heroine also traveled to nearby Emerson College where her friend Ned Nickerson was to play in the big annual football game against the state collegePublished in 1932 Nancy's Mysterious Letter was the first of the Nancy Drew books not ghost written by Mildred Wirt Benson who authored books 1 7 11 25 and 30 in the series and who is considered the true creator of the character Books 8 10 of the series were written by a man named Walter Karig and although it is not glaringly obvious that a new author is at the helm there are some clues to that effect Chief amongst them is the prominent role played by the football game in the story Karig's detailed description of the game reminded me of boys' sports fiction authors of the 1920s and 30s including such writers as Earl Reed Silvers of whose books I have read a number While Nancy is described in previous entries in the series as an accomplished sportswoman particularly in those episodes occurring at camp or reuiring physical nerve here the details of football are a bit beyond her feminine mind and the author depicts all of the women heading back to the comfortable hotel after the game rather than staying for the rowdy post game celebrations This is perhaps true to the time in terms of gendered social conventions but it struck me as out of keeping with the tone of earlier volumes in which Nancy is game for anything Leaving that aside traveling to Emerson itself is central to the plot as Nancy solves both of her mysteries in that localeI did enjoy this entry in the series despite the consciousness of there being a new author and a slightly different tone Nancy is reliant on Ned Nickerson and his father in this volume than she seems to have been on other figures in previous books and I appreciated the fact that we meet Helen Corning again however briefly I read the Applewood Books reprint of the original version the Nancy Drew books were revised and condensed in the 1950s and 60s and as always I appreciated the many period details There were one or two unpleasant moments where black porters spoke in the broken dialect assigned to such characters in so many vintage children's books of the era but these were thankfully very brief In thinking about why I prefer these original versions to the updated sanitized ones from a few decades later despite the far objectionable social content I always come back to their accomplished writing and to the period details Of course the 1950s are now uite removed from us today historically speaking but somehow they don't seem as historical as the 1920s and 30s I was reminded of this feeling reading Jane Smiley's introduction to this edition in which she writes Reading Nancy Drew as many grown women can attest can lead in strange ways to adult careers For me I think it was those strange words like roadster and sleuth that made me want to make words and stories my life These Nancy Drew reprints from the thirties aren't as familiar or easy for girls today as later rewrites and 'The Nancy Drew Files' but their very strangeness gives girls something that I don't think they should missExactly What a lovely way of encapsulating the appeal and importance of these original Nancy Drew books and of vintage children's books in general Recommended to anyone who has read and enjoyed previous entries in the series

  5. Jessaka says:

    This could have been a fun read even exciting except that the person doing the outline of the book didn’t give one that was adventurous enough and hey there were no haunted bridges no haunted houses and no scary places; in fact there was no actionIt started out being a good book with the mailman stopping by Nancy Drew’s house and after telling her that he was retiring she invited him in for hot chocolate When he got up to leave he found that the mailbag that he had left on the front porch had been stolen letters and all Now he is worried about losing his pension but he does lose his job But Nancy will find it and the letters this we know because she is a great detective In finding them nothing happens I remember her and Ned going to a football game and I think he was playing I know she had good money coming in from her dad to buy her either a fur coat for the year or clothing and she chose clothing My grandmother had a fur coat and my mother said that they kept you cool in the summer I doubt that seriously I once had a rabbit fur jacket and wore it on Telegraph Avenue in Berkeley in the 70s and a woman walked up to me stopped and said “Your coat offends me” She was a rabid person after my rabbit jacket I had to ditch her by running into a store And now fur offends me but not because of her And that was adventureous than the story in this bookSo in this do nothing book I stopped short of finding out if the mailman gets his job back but we know he does or at least gets his pension and he did have an estate given to him so he was going to spend his twilight years raising guinea pigs or hamsters one of those Notes 1932 editionWho wrote this book? It wasn’t Mildred Wirt Benson my favorite writer of this series because she refused to write it and the next two in the series Twisted Candles and Larkspur Lane I remember Larkspur Lane being good But who wrote the outline? Walter Karig wrote the book and Edna Suier wrote the outline for this book after that the next two were outlined by Harriet S Adams but Walter Karig wrote them Did Edna get fired from doing such a bad job like the postman had and did Nancy Drew help her out? No because her sister Harriet was the supervisor over this series and she wrote most of the outlines but her sister helped outline many Harriet’s sister had no sense of adventure I would have given her the job of janitor Its just that without a good outline where else can you go but down the ladderReread February 21 2018

  6. vic (indefinite hiatus) says:

    i'm extremely extremely busy these days which is why i haven't been on goodreads as much for the past few days but RTC i promise

  7. Katherine Tobiya says:

    I have most of the Nancy Drew books and all the edition types too from 1930's onward and I have to say my original unrevised editions are the best They are detailed and fit to the time period Nancy is originally from It also gets annoying how the stories can get completely different for the editions for example The Secret at Shadow Ranch was changed to The Secret of Shadow Ranch and the mysteries are completely different I know this might sound messed up of me but one of the things I liked in this mystery is how much Nancy got scolded for being spoiled lazy and modern which showed a lot of how sexist the times were back then Also it's good the original books mentioned the colored maid and janitor and stuff not that I like that it was racist but again it shows true to the timesand their dialogue of the maid and janitor sounded exactly like how the characters of Their Eyes Were Watching Godit gave me weird de ja vu about that book lol p Also I think in the modern edition Nancy gets chloroformed or something? Nothing that exciting happened here but it was still good anyways

  8. Melanie says:

    May 2017 RereadI loved this book this time around I listened to it in audio and found the story interesting and fun I loved how Nancy was on the hunt for the other Nancy Drew and man was it hard to track her down Lol Great read This was a good mystery I enjoyed the hunt for another Nancy Drew and found that part very interesting A nice read

  9. Whitney says:

    Mail fraud and mistaken identitiesMeek elderly mail carrier has a mean no good brother who convinces single ladies to mail money to himMeanwhile Nancy and her gal pals visit Ned's college to watch him play footballs The girls cheer lustily and yell things that make no sense like Eeeeh Yeeeeh Meanwhile Ned faints on the field and is taken to the benchWeekend plans for the girls and their football guys include a play on Friday night the game and a dance on Saturday and a chapel service on Sunday morningIf anything gets wholesome I'm gonna throw upAnd yet again Nancy Drew meets another lady named Nancy Drew and some inheritance confusion occursThis was a messy one

  10. Ami says:

    This was a very fascinating book

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