REVIEW: The Secret of Red Gate Farm


Title: Secret of Red Gate Farm
Author: Carolyn Keene
Finished: April 10, 2010
Pages: 228
Published: 1931
Format: hardback

The sixth book in the Nancy Drew series, takes Nancy on a shopping trip with a friend where they find a bottle of perfume that the sales woman refuses to sell them. It’s not the only strange occurrence involving the perfume – as on the train they encounter a strange man who believes they are involved in something they are not.

Nancy accompanies her friend to a job interview only to find out there is something strange going on with the job and soon finds a mysterious code that leads them on the trail to a cult holding meetings at a nearby far.

This was an interesting story, I very much enjoyed it and almost didn’t want it to end.

*challenges: 1010 category challenge, support your local library challenge, 100+ challenge, nancy drew challenge, colorful reading challenge, spring reading thing, april 12×12
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