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Nancy Drew and Her Sister Sleuths: Essays on the Fiction of Girl Detectives

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3.2 out of 5
Based on 6 Ratings and 3 Reviews

Book Description
This collection of essays focuses on the girl sleuth, made famous by Nancy Drew but also characterized by other famous detectives like Cherry Ames, Trixie Belden, Linda Carlton, and even in contemporary media by Veronica Mars and Hermione Granger of the Harry Potter series.

Topics include the disputed origins of Nancy Drew and the Stratemeyer Syndicate; the intertwined relationships bet... More
Book Information
PublisherMcFarland & Company
BindingPaperback
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages216
ISBN-100786439955
ISBN-13978-0786439959
Publication Date08/19/2008
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About Michael G. Cornelius (Author, Editor) : Michael G. Cornelius is a published editor. A published credit of Michael G. Cornelius is Nancy Drew and Her Sister Sleuths: Essays on the Fiction of Girl Detectives.
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About Melanie E. Gregg (Editor) : Melanie E. Gregg is a published editor. A published credit of Melanie E. Gregg is Nancy Drew and Her Sister Sleuths: Essays on the Fiction of Girl Detectives.
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