Bad Times, Big Crimes

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Simon and Schuster, Nov 1, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 139 pages
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So I was sitting with Ned in a lecture, and then bam, Ned's in a three-piece suit, and I'm in a city hall meeting on how to get through the beginning of the Great Depression.
As in the Depression, in the 1930s.
What's more, there's a thief to track down. Someone's robbing local banks of what little money they have. Everyone's panicked about their money, so the thief could be just about anyone. But after spending just a little time in this odd place, I have a hunch there's more to it...
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Contents

The Town Hall Time Warp
1
Hello 1930 Goodbye Sanity
12
Stranded
25
Animal Invasion
39
A River Heights Casino
47
Hooverville Is Haunting
54
WTieM m Doubt Blame It on a Belgian
68
Hasty Conclusions
75
Hatching a Plan
92
Deuces Wild
99
4 Lie Heprom Horsehair
108
Gambling with Gangsters
114
Goto Run
125
TTie NotSoOpen Road
131
No Pkc Lfe? Home
138
Copyright

Dropping Hints
81

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About the author (2005)

Carolyn Keene is the author of the ever-popular Nancy Drew books.