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Keene, Carolyn
The case of the lost song / Carolyn Keene
New York : Minstrel Book, c2001
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 Juvenile Historic/1st Flr/ Check out to UM-D students, faculty & staff  jPN.Keen4N3 v.162 2001    IN PROCESS
Bravender Gift Bookplate
Subject(s) Detective and mystery stories
Drew, Nancy (Fictitious character) -- Juvenile fiction
Adventure stories -- Juvenile fiction
Women detectives -- Juvenile fiction
Antiques -- Juvenile fiction
Valuation -- Juvenile fiction
Blues (Music) -- Juvenile fiction
Public relations -- Juvenile fiction
Singers -- Juvenile fiction
Photographers -- Juvenile fiction
Subject Chicago (Ill.) -- Juvenile fiction
Lake Shore Drive (Chicago, Ill.) -- Juvenile fiction
Physical Description 148 p. ; 19 cm
NOTE Donated by Patricia Bravender
Summary While visiting Chicago, Nancy, Bess, and George have some items appraised on the Old Can Be Gold show just for fun. In George's old tape recorder, a dealer finds a rare early tape by a famous rock group but before they can get it insured, it's stolen as are many other items at the show. From a luxury condo on Lake Shore Drive to a hot blues club Nancy tours Chicago working to discover a mix of suspects - a seedy dealer, an ambitious publicist, a talented singer, and twin brothers - one a top appraiser and the other a gifted photographer. Nancy must wind up the case before she and her friends get into any more danger
Series Keene, Carolyn. Nancy Drew mystery stories ; 162

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