Nancy Drew Mystery Stories #161: Lost in the Everglades
Nancy Drew Mystery Stories Series Book #161 of 175 in publication order (switch to alphabetical order)
Author: Carolyn Keene
|Published on June 26, 2001|
|Age Group: 8 - 14 years|
|Reading Level: ||AR: 4.3 (4.0 Points, Quiz #55816)|
"Are we there yet?" eighteen-year-old Bess Marvin grumbled. "It feels like we've been driving forever."
Nancy Drew glanced into the rearview mirror of the rental car and smiled at her friend, who was fidgeting in the backseat. "Almost. The sign back there said that the entrance to Everglades National Park was coming right up."
George Fayne, who was sitting next to Nancy, spread the map of southern Florida across her lap. She smoothed the crinkles and creases with her fingertips. "The Everglades is huge. Like millions of acres. The place where we're staying, Flamingo, is only a tiny part of it."
"Flamingo is way at the bottom of the Everglades, right on Florida Bay," Nancy explained.
DEVELOPERS ARE CLASHING WITH NATURE LOVERS - AND NANCY'S BEST HOPE IS AN ANCIENT STATUE!
Visiting an old friend in Florida, Nancy, Bess, and George are awed by the beauty of the Everglades. But Jade Romero, a young park volunteer, is missing. She went backcountry camping and never returned. When Nancy agrees to search for her, she also learns about a priceless Native American statue of a panther hidden in the wilderness.
A clue leads Nancy to Panterra Corporation, which is developing a big mall at the edge of the Everglades. Then a close escape on the road and a threatening note convince Nancy to search the backwoods. Deep in untamed country, alligators are menacing the girls - but the worst danger is coming from enemies they never suspected!
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