The Clue of the Dancing Puppet

The Clue of the Dancing Puppet

Book - 1962
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When the eerie performances of a life-size puppet begin to haunt the old Van Pelt estate, where an amateur acting group - The Footlighters - have their theater, Nancy Drew is called upon to unravel the baffling mystery. From the moment the detective and her friends Bess and George arrive at the mansion, the dancing puppet puzzle is further complicated by Tammi Whitlock, the Footlighters' temperamental leading lady, and Emmet Calhoun, a Shakespearean actor.

Nancy's search of the mansion's dark, musty attic for clues to the weird mystery starts a frightening chain reaction. A phone call from a stranger with a witchlike, cackling voice warns her to "Get out!" Next an encounter with two jewel theft suspects adds another perplexing angle to the puzzle. When Nancy finally sees the life-size puppet flitting across the moonlit lawn and chases it, she learns that someone with a sinister motive is determined to keep her form solving the case. Is it one of the Footlighters? Or is it an outsider?
Publisher: New York, Grosset & Dunlap [1962]
ISBN: 9780448095394
Branch Call Number: JF Keen
Characteristics: 177 p. illus. 20 cm.

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Gwyn_16
Mar 22, 2016

I love this book. In fact, I havn't not loved a Nancy Drew yet!

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Sep 26, 2015

18-year-old Nancy Drew stays at the mansion of the Footlanders, where she is drawn by the mystery of a curious life-size puppet ballerina that dances across the grounds at night. Soon the young sleuth realizes that someone is trying to stop her from uncovering the Footlander mansion secret.

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