Murder on the Set

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Simon and Schuster, May 8, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 170 pages
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To my friend Bess, the major Hollywood production coming to River Heights is her chance for fame as an extra. To me it's a chance to get involved in a big mystery. Looks like the drama on this set really kicks up when the camera's not rolling.

Since Chief McGinnis wanted to hire a "professional" (in other words, not me) to look into the problems that have been plaguing this production, I'll be working undercover as a stand-in. I have no idea who this detective will be, and fortunately, I'm not in this for the credit. But I am determined to crack this case faster than any professional can say "Cut!"
 

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Review: Murder on the Set (Nancy Drew: Girl Detective #24)

User Review  - Unnati Shetty - Goodreads

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Review: Murder on the Set (Nancy Drew: Girl Detective #24)

User Review  - Miyu - Goodreads

This book is called NANCY DREW, MURDER ON THE SET. The main character of this book is a girl called Nancy Drew and she is a girl detective. I am not very far into the book yet. So, I don't really know ... Read full review

Contents

Opportunity Knocks
1
Smell a Rat
13
A Star Is Born
22
Troubled Waters
40
Night of the Paparazzi
47
New Friends New Enemies
63
77ie Volcano Erupts
77
Dinner for Two
84
From Baf to Worse
95
Craife
105
Death in the Darkness
119
Hot on the Trail
130
The Fuse Is Ut
139
The Walls Come Tumbling Down
155
Happy Ending
166
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Carolyn Keene is the author of the ever-popular Nancy Drew books.

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