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e-Book Buried in Time (Nancy Drew & Hardy Boys Super Mysteries #7) epub download

Author: Carolyn Keene
ISBN: 0671674633
Pages: 224 pages
Publisher: Simon Pulse; First Edition edition (August 1, 1990)
Language: English
Category: Literature & Fiction
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Rating: 4.4
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e-Book Buried in Time (Nancy Drew & Hardy Boys Super Mysteries #7) epub download

by Carolyn Keene



I haven't yet found a Nancy Drew/Hardy Boys Super Mystery that I like. I had the misfortune of reading this one recently.

I haven't yet found a Nancy Drew/Hardy Boys Super Mystery that I like. The first time I attempted this book, I actually screamed and put the story down on the second page, when George - level-headed, athletic, practical George - falls head-over-heels in love the instant she lays eyes on a new man. Nancy ticks her off for asking him (a reasonable, relevant, pprove) question, and George defensively spits back, "I was just, you know, interested!"

Buried in Time is a Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys Supermystery crossover novel. George Fayne and Nancy Drew go to Oklahoma, where Jim Haber introduces them to Carson Drew's old friend Dr. Langford, who is in crisis. Langford heads an archaeological.

Buried in Time is a Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys Supermystery crossover novel. Langford heads an archaeological dig but strange things are happening at the site. There are cave-ins and thefts in the vaults of the Red Clay artifacts.

Nancy Drew & Hardy Boys Super Mystery (sometimes styled SuperMystery) is a crossover spin-off book series featuring Nancy Drew teaming up with The Hardy Boys. Two additional books were planned but never released: Book The Playhouse Mystery, was to be written by Louise Munro Foley. The ISBN would presumably have been 0-671-00740-8.

This series was a cross-over series featuring Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys. The books in this series were published between 1988 and 1998. Shelve Buried in Time.

Fandoms: Nancy Drew - Carolyn Keene, Hardy Boys - Franklin W. Dixon . Joe could recall investigations when Frank had been more on-edge and he would ple-eleven times check his work, in every situation. It frustrated Joe, of course, and he didn't understand then. Dixon, 名探偵コナン Detective Conan Case Closed, Magic Kaito, Nancy Drew/Hardy Boys Super Mysteries - Franklin W. Dixon & Carolyn Keene. No Archive Warnings Apply. He doesn't really understand now either.

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Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys joined forces in this 36 volume series by Carolyn Keene published by Simon . 07: Buried in Time For Sale Nancy Drew heads west to help archeologist Tod Langford investigate a series of thefts and threats interrupting his work.

Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys joined forces in this 36 volume series by Carolyn Keene published by Simon & Schuster under their Archway imprint. The stories seem geared more toward Nancy Drew fans than Hardy Boys fans and are aimed at early-to-mid teen readers, similar to the Casefiles or Nancy Drew Files. There are 4 basic cover design styles for these books, as illustrated above.

1990) (The seventh book in the Nancy Drew, Hardy Boys SuperMystery series) A novel by Carolyn Keene . August 1990 : USA Paperback.

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Nancy Drew Hardy Boys Crossovers (43 items) list by discordany. Published 9 years, 2 months ago. View all Buried in Time (Nancy Drew & Hardy Boys Super Mysteries lists. Manufacturer: Simon Pulse Release date: 1 August 1990 ISBN-10 : 0671674633 ISBN-13: 9780671674632.

Investigating murder and sabotage at an Oklahoma archaeological dig, Nancy Drew meets up with the Hardy brothers, who are tracing an unmarked shipment of uranium, and soon they discover that their cases are linked in a long-buried secret
allegro
This book was the second I've read of the series, and it's one of my favorites. Nancy Drew and George Fayne travel to Oklahoma to help find a thief, and the morning after they arrive, one of their information sources is found dead! Nancy and George investigate the murder while Joe and Frank Hardy are searching for a missing truckload of uranium that has been traced to Altus, Oklahoma. Nancy finds that she has a lot of suspects, and Frank and Joe have a lot of people involved in their case too. Are their cases connected? And will they find the murderer, thief, and the uranium before an even more drastic event takes place? Carolyn Keene's Buried in Time is a great read, with many guesses, suspects, and even a secret romance! This book is great for anyone who is a fan of mystery and detective stories! This is definitely a must-read book!
Uris
I haven't yet found a Nancy Drew/Hardy Boys Super Mystery that I like. I had the misfortune of reading this one recently.
The first time I attempted this book, I actually screamed and put the story down on the second page, when George -- level-headed, athletic, practical George -- falls head-over-heels in love the instant she lays eyes on a new man.
Nancy ticks her off for asking him (a reasonable, relevant, Miss-Manners-would-approve) question, and George defensively spits back, "I was just, you know, interested!"
Nancy, of course, resorts to the deep inward sigh. She could tell by George's tone of voice that she was in love...
It was just so unbelievably *dreadful*. Can you believe such garbage? Can you believe the defensiveness, the eye-rolling intolerance, the destructiveness of this interaction, the cynical "I'm too polite to tell you that you shouldn't fall for a cute guy, but I'm not grown up enough to realize that it's none of my business" -- and we're only on page 2?
Well, thinking back to junior high, I remember that this was about how it went: She might like him, so her best friend felt rejected, so obviously they have to be jerks about it, and so on. Even the eye-rolling and "just, you know, like, I mean!" were all part of the ritual.
But you kind of hope that people grow out of it. That kind of thing is why junior high is so awful.
The good news is that George's interest in said young man turns out to be irrelevant to the rest of the book; in fact, there's remarkably little of this series' hallmark, which is that investigations must be handled with a strange sort of tact to avoid suggesting that someone's crush might be a suspect.
The rest of the book isn't as bad. The Hardy Boys' plot is beyond belief (do you really think the government would hire a 17-year-old and an 18-year-old to track down missing nuclear material? And then not even give them basic equipment, like a Geiger counter?).
The denouement is a little weak; for example, sudden changes in political and professional positions are announced for no readily apparent reason. (Well, I don't count "we're in L-U-V" to be a readily apparent reason.)
But overall it certainly improves once you get past the beginning.
Mojar
This was the first book I read out of this series. I wasn't sure if I would like it.Once I read it I was hooked on the series. The way Nancy thinks about her feelings for Frank is great. There should be more romance between them in the series than there is. I've read this book twice, and the second time I liked it even more. I would recomend this book to anyone.
Androwyn
I can't complain about this series. I enjoyed everyone of them several times. My mom even reads them. It is a great concept to have them work together. It would be fun to see a new tv series based on these books.
Najinn
Got this for my daughter who loves this series and type of book, she plans on collecting them all if we can find them, hard to find.