The Sleuth - Issue 24 - Jul/Aug 2010

The Sleuth - Issue 24 - Jul/Aug 2010

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Issue 24 - Jul/Aug 2010

  • Calling All Sleuths: Editor’s Note By Jennifer Fisher
  • The Clue Conundrum: Classic Book Ghosts Match Up
  • A Host of Ghosts By Jennifer Fisher
  • The Nancy Drew Crookbook Part XII By Caroline Stellings
  • Deconstructing The Digests – Debunking The Misconceptions Surrounding The Nancy Drew Paperbacks #90 – The Puzzle at Pineview School By Todd H. Latoski
  • The Dean’s List – Sue Grafton, Ghostwriter By Dean Burcham
  • Nancy Drew: A Canadian Perspective – Asylum Review By Anthony Fournier
  • Series Spotlight: Getting to Know Mildred Wirt Benson: A First Time REader’s View – Mystery Stories For Girls: The Twin Ring Mystery By JK
  • Notes From The New Book The Boy Detectives: Essays On The Hardy Boys And Others By Michael G. Cornelius
  • Just Imagine…Nancy Drew and Company Mysteries By Darrell Jodt
  • Nancy Drew: Mysteries, Adventures and Detecting – Part II: Nancy Drew Adventurer By Pamela J. Horack
  • Crazy Eights with Michael G. Cornelius – The Mystery at Lilac Inn By Michael G. Cornelius
  • The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries: A Look Back at TV’s First Nancy Drew: Episode 2.7 3 (31) – Voodoo Doll Part I By Todd H. Latoski
  • The Quest: Digging For Treasure in the Stratemeyer Syndicate Records Part I By Meredith Jaffe
  • Preserving Series Books in University Special Collections By Dawn Allen
  • Nancy Drew News
  • Nancy Drew’s Survival Guide: Sleuth Lesson #24
  • The Scoop on Upcoming Issues, Clue Conundrum Answers
  • Classic Nancy Drew Book Illustrations Series #12: The Message in the Hollow Oak

  • The Sleuth is a publication of The Nancy Drew Sleuths. The majority of the issue features Nancy Drew - vintage and modern - and each issue briefly focuses on 1 or 2 other similar series as well.

    The Sleuth features articles by mostly adult collectors, scholars and fans. It is not written in the style of children's books for kids--so we'd recommend subscribers be at least 14 and older.