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Nancy Drew: The Secret of Red Gate Farm

Nancy Drew: The Secret of Red Gate Farm
By Carolyn Keene
Applewood Books, 1931
Audience: Everyone

Source: My Own Bookshelf

From Goodreads:
When Bess Marvin purchased an expensive bottle of Oriental perfume, she never expected to stumble into a mystery. Now Bess, Nancy, George, and their new friend Jo are out to unravel the secrets of a mysterious conspiracy, a secretive cult, and a ring of counterfeiters in The Secret of Red Gate Farm.

This is it!
The last Nancy Drew from my TBR shelf!

It was a good one. Bess and George were there. I don't remember Nancy being injured at all, though.

Overall, I loved how everything mysterious that Nancy saw was all linked together. It's so NOT real life. Fantastic. And it featured a CULT. There's nothing crazier than a cult. I find them interesting. I like mysteries and all, but I am ready for a good romantic book. I'll have to take a look at my shelves.

So this isn't much of a review, it's more of a celebration that I finished something. Whoo-hoo!