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  • Author:
    Carolyn Keene
  • ISBN:
    0671657968
  • ISBN13:
    978-0671657963
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  • Publisher:
    Aladdin (February 2, 1988)
  • Subcategory:
    Action & Adventure
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    4.5
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The Flying Saucer Mystery book. I feel like this book was written because someone was bored with the same old mystery stories and had an itch This book was a TRIP, y’all.

The Flying Saucer Mystery book. When Nancy and her friends ride deep into the Sawniegunk.

Even the newest, like the Flying Saucer Mystery, have Carolyn Keene listed as author, though Carolyn Keene was pen name for a group of writers who are long since gone. I want anyone who read this book and disliked it to know that it in no way is representative of the 'old' Nancy Drew books' quality.

The Nancy Drew Mystery Stories is the long-running "main" Nancy Drew series, which was published under the pseudonym Carolyn Keene. There are 175 novels - plus 34 revised stories - that were published between 1930 and 2003 under the banner; Grosset & Dunlap published the first 56, and 34 revised stories, while Simon & Schuster published the series beginning with volume 57.

Home Carolyn Keene The Flying Saucer Mystery NANCY DREW MYSTERY STORIES® is a registered trademark of Simon & Schuster, Inc. GROSSET & DUNLAP is a trademark of Penguin Group.

Home Carolyn Keene The Flying Saucer Mystery. NANCY DREW MYSTERY STORIES® is a registered trademark of Simon & Schuster, Inc. GROSSET & DUNLAP is a trademark of Penguin Group (USA) Inc. . eISBN : 978-1-101-07759-7.

Mystery of the Winged Lion (Nancy Drew Mystery Stories. Year Published: 1977.

Mystery of the Winged Lion (Nancy Drew Mystery Stories Year Published: 1982. Year Published: 1982.

The Flying Saucer Mystery. The Flying Saucer Mystery is the fifty-eighth volume in the Nancy Drew Mystery Stories series written under the pseudonym Carolyn Keene. The Flying Saucer Mystery. Carson Drew : Nancy's father. Hannah Gruen : Nancy's family housekeeper. Bess Marvin : Nancy's best friend.

Nancy Drew Mystery Stories. Authors: Carolyn Keene, Caroline Quine, Margarita Javiedes Romero.

Great deals on one book or all books in the series. Nancy Drew Mystery Stories. Related Series: Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys: Super Mystery, Nancy Drew Files, Nancy Drew: Girl Detective and the Hardy Boys: Undercover Brothers Super Mystery, Summer of Love, The Dana Girls Mystery Stories, Second Set.

Carolyn Keene was the pseudonym that Mildred Wirt Benson and Walter Karig used to write Nancy Drew books. The idea of Nancy Drew came from Edward Stratemeyer in 1929. He also had other series, that included the Hardy Boys, but he died in 1930 before the Nancy Drew series became famous. His daughters, Harriet and Edna, inherited his company and maintained Nancy Drew having Mildred Wirt Benson, the original Carolyn Keene, as the principal ghostwriter. During the Depression, they asked Benson to take a pay cut and she refused, which is when Karig wrote the books.

Nancy Drew Mystery Stories (175 items) list by discordany. View all Nancy Drew 58: The Flying Saucer Mystery lists. Manufacturer: Grosset & Dunlap Release date: 21 April 2005 ISBN-10 : 0448436892 ISBN-13: 9780448436890.

The Nancy Drew Mystery Stories is the first book series to feature Nancy Drew, and it is the most well-known series in the Nancy Drew franchise. The series ran from 1930 to 2003 and consists of 175 books, which are still in print today. The first 56 books were published by Grosset & Dunlap, and the remaining books were published by Simon & Schuster. The Nancy Drew Mystery Stories were first published on April 28, 1930, by publisher Grosset & Dunlap.

When Nancy and her friends ride deep into the Sawniegunk Forest in search of a flying saucer, they find themselves in the middle of more than one mystery. Wildcats, runaway horses, deadly snakes, and a disappearing Indian keep the sleuths tangled in danger and suspense.

Eayaroler
The old original Nancy Drew books were written and published in the thirties, and on through the fifties and early sixties (early sixties editions began the downward spiral in quality), these books were fantastic reading - stories always compelling, page turners, writers were excellent, all books were at least 200 pages in length. I believe it was in the late sixties that the early books began to be revised for 'political correctness'. Now, I read the original versions and never saw anything remotely offensive (if it ain't broke, why fix it?!). Well, the 'new, revised' versions lost something in that translation; worse, the books were shortened by 20-30 pages and with illustrations in the text that also took up writing space. Quality went right down hill. The newer Nancy Drew books, written well past those good ones, are not in the same league because the author(s) are different. Even the newest, like the Flying Saucer Mystery, have Carolyn Keene listed as author, though Carolyn Keene was pen name for a group of writers who are long since gone.

This book is not good, reviewers who gave it a poor rating are correct. I want anyone who read this book and disliked it to know that it in no way is representative of the 'old' Nancy Drew books' quality. No comparison!!!!! My advice is to please read those oldies. You will be treating yourself to the best of the best in this genre and you will be honoring those first authors aka 'Carolyn Keene' who were justified in continuing to publish Nancy Drew books under that name. I suppose the later authors were merely trying to capitalize on Nancy Drew books' early reputation and success.
Jaiarton
I bought this as a gift for someone who grew up reading Nancy Drew Mysteries. I managed to find all of the missing volumes from her collection of the original series.
Cargahibe
This was a strange story and did not seem to connect well at the end. By far the worst Nancy Drew Mysteries book.
Qucid
This book starts out with a lot of promise of being a good read and then it goes from silly to just plain stupid!
Venemarr
Another 80's gem at a good price , book was in great condition and my friend was tickled pink as I got it for her as a present .
Funny duck
Very Good
Onoxyleili
Very Good
By far the worse Nancy Drew I ever read.