Tag Archives: Nancy Drew

Trixie Beldon and me

By Sally Carpenter I don’t remember how old I was at the time, but one Christmas my parents gave me the first two Trixie Beldon books, “Secret of the Mansion” and “The Red Trailer Mystery.” Since then I’ve gone on … Continue reading

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Guest: Maggie King

Why Do I Write Mysteries? The short answer: I love reading them. The long answer is much, well, longer! Like many young girls I was a huge fan of Nancy Drew and the Dana Girls. I’ll never forget the day … Continue reading

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Book review: ‘The Mystery of Nancy Drew, Girl Sleuth on the Couch’

By Sally Carpenter What does Nancy Drew have in common with fairy tales, virgin goddess and Jungian psychology? Quite a lot, actually. I found this book by a happy accident years before I began writing mysteries. I wasn’t even a … Continue reading

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