The Sleuth - Issue 39 - Jan/Feb 2013

The Sleuth - Issue 39 - Jan/Feb 2013

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Issue 39 - Jan/Feb 2013

  • Calling All Sleuths: Editor’s Note By Jennifer Fisher
  • The Clue Conundrum: A Piratical Match Game
  • Ahoy Mateys! By Jennifer Fisher
  • The Nancy Drew Crookbook Part XXVII By Caroline Stellings
  • Crazy Eights with Michael G. Cornelius – The Clue in the Camera By Michael G. Cornelius
  • Reflections on The Strange Likeness By Lorraine Rogers
  • First Look: The Nancy Drew Diaries By Todd H. Latoski
  • In Memoriam: Sleuth Beverly Matz
  • The Centerfold Case: Jennifer Fisher - Collectibles to Collect
  • Shop & Sleuth – New Arrivals at The Sleuth Shop
  • Nancy Drew Mystery Computer Games From HerInteractive Part 2 By Erin Springman
  • Clues From The Sleuthing Scene
  • Deconstructing The Digests – Debunking The Misconceptions Surrounding The Nancy Drew Paperbacks #105 – the Clue in the Antique Trunk By Todd H. Latoski
  • Nancy Drew’s Top 10 New Year’s Resolutions
  • Clues from Facebook – Sleuths’ Nancy Drew Resolutions
  • Pop Sleuth…Nancy Drew Sightings
  • Getting to Know Cherry Ames: A First Time Reader’s View – Senior Nurse By JK
  • From The Series Book Blogosphere – Nancy Drew Readers’ Club Books Blog Reprint By Jennifer White
  • Nancy Drew Collecting Scoop
  • Nancy Drew at the Library – Jim McNamara Collection
  • Nancy Drew Sleuths Boston Convention Info
  • The Mystery of Beggarbay Bluff – A Susan Sand Mystery By Marilyn Ezzell By Jennifer Fisher
  • Sold at eBay – Pricey Drews
  • Nancy Drew’s Survival Guide: Sleuth Lesson #39
  • The Scoop on Upcoming Issues, Clue Conundrum Answers
  • Classic Nancy Drew Book Illustrations Series #27: The Secret of the Wooden Lady

  • 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.