The Case of the Nana-napper

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When Agatha and Orville go to visit Nana Wong, they find her gone. Agatha thinks her granny has been kidnapped, but the police are no help. The rejected detectives then uncover photos of a strange man among Nana's negatives. Could he be the kidnapper?

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Wright and Wong are on the case again, solving this mystery in their town of Bottomless Lake, Arizona. A hurried note, a cell phone left behind and pictures missing from one of the photo albums are ... Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (2005)

Laura J. Burns has written more than thirty books for teens and kids, and hopes to write at least thirty more. She lives in California with her husband and kids.

Melinda Metz received a bachelor's degree in English from San Jose State University. Before becoming a full-time writer, she worked as an editor. Her first writing job was to write a novelization of an episode of the Goosebumps TV show. Not long after, she was hired to write the Roswell High book series, which became the television series Roswell. She is also the author of the Fingerprints series. She often teams up with author Laura J. Burns. Together they have written the vampire novel Crave and the Everwood series, which is based on a television show by the same name.

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