Nancy Drew Reading Challenge – Continued


In 2010, Deborah at Books, Movies and Chinese Food hosted The Nancy Drew Challenge where participants are encouraged to read all 56 original Nancy Drew Mystery stories. I barely made a dent but really want to finish the series, so I’m carrying it over into 2011 as a personal reading challenge.

Here are the books read prior to 2011:

I’ve already started book 20 and have about six from the library plus most of the rest in my own collection that I’ve been storing up. Looking forward to getting this one finished!

  • 20 The Clue in the Jewel Box
  • 21 The Secret in the Old Attic
  • 22 The Clue in the Crumbling Wall
  • 23 The Mystery of the Tolling Bell
  • 24 The Clue in the Old Album
  • 25 The Ghost of Blackwood Hall
  • 26 The Clue of the Leaning Chimney
  • 27 The Secret of the Wooden lady
  • 28 The Clue of the Black Keys
  • 29 The Mystery at the Ski Jump
  • 30 The Clue of the Velvet Mask
  • 31 The Ringmaster’s Secret
  • 32 The Scarlet Slipper Mystery
  • 33 The Witch Tree Symbol
  • 34 The Hidden Window Mystery
  • 35 The Haunted Showboat
  • 36 The Secret of the Golden Pavilion
  • 37 The Clue in the Old Stagecoach
  • 38 The Mystery of the Fire Dragon
  • 39 The Clue of the Dancing Puppet
  • 40 The Moonstone Castle Mystery
  • 41 The Clue of the Whistling Bagpipes
  • 42 The Phantom of Pine Hill
  • 43 The Mystery of the 99 Steps
  • 44 The Clue in the Crossword Cipher
  • 45 The Spider Sapphire Mystery
  • 46 The Invisible Intruder
  • 47 The Mysterious Mannequin
  • 48 The Crooked Banister
  • 49 The Secret of Mirror Bay
  • 50 The Double Jinx Mystery
  • 51 Mystery of the Glowing Eye
  • 52 The Secret of the Forgotten City
  • 53 The Sky Phantom
  • 54 The Strange Message in the Parchment
  • 55 Mystery of Crocodile Island
  • 56 The Thirteenth Pearl
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