ISBN 9781416935261,Intruder



Keene Carolyn


Simon & Schuster



Simon & Schuster

Publication Year 2007

ISBN 9781416935261

ISBN-10 1416935266


Number of Pages 146 Pages
Language (English)


Intruder is the 27th book in the Nancy Drew Girl Detective series created by Carolyn Keene. It is a book on Nancy Drew's adventures for children aged between 9 and 12. Summary of the Book Nancy Drew is an amateur sleuth, a beloved character who first appeared in fiction meant for teenagers and young adults in 1930. In this book, George's mother asks Nancy, Bess and George to help her cater a benefit for the library. A Jane Austen themed party is hosted and vandalism breaks out. The old couple who own the place is terrified and no one knows how the unknown intruder is getting in and out of the house. This is where Nancy Drew comes in. She believes her wits more than any technological equipment and aid. Her best buddies, Bess and George, always help her in solving several cases using their wit, keen observation, empirical faculties, and sharp astuteness. These adventurous stories promise packed suspense. The book is a must have for children who are into adventure and detective novels. About Carolyn Keene Carolyn Keene is the pseudonym under which several writers have written stories for Nancy Drew and The Dana Girls mystery series. A few of the books published under the alias Carolyn Keene are The Secret of the Old Clock, The Bungalow Mystery, The Sign of the Twisted Candles and The Secret in the Old Attic. Some of the authors who wrote these stories for the Stratemeyer Syndicate are Mildred Wirt Benson, Harriet Adams, James Duncan Lawrence, and George Waller Jr.