A chance meeting with two spinster sisters and their great-niece starts Nancy on a clue hunt to discover where Josiah Crowley hid his last will.
In typical children's mystery fashion, Nancy sweetly finds a way into the home of the un-rightful heirs, spends an afternoon stranded in a boat and is locked in a closet.
Nancy is an old pal of mine so reading this book felt like a walk down memory lane but, like Anne of Green Gables, I found this reading to be different from when I was ten (imagine that!).
Nancy disappointed me with her less than gracious discussions of the Tophams. And the way strangers unburden their personal financial struggles to her is a little hard to believe at times.
But. I do enjoy Nancy.
Have you read any Nancy Drew Mysteries?
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