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by Carolyn Keene

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ISBN:
0743437446
Author:
Carolyn Keene
Category:
Growing Up & Facts of Life
Language:
English
Publisher:
Aladdin; 1st edition (March 1, 2002)
Pages:
160 pages
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1367 kb
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1287 kb
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1376 kb
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Rating:
4.3
Votes:
357


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The Crime Lab Case book. The company that was the creator of the Nancy Drew series, the Stratemeyer Syndicate, hired a variety of writers. For Nancy Drew, the writers used the pseudonym Carolyn Keene to assure anonymity of the creator. Edna and Harriet Stratemeyer inherited the company from their father Edward Stratemeyer.

The Creative Crime Lab Case" is a newer Nancy Drew mystery, meaning it is placed in the twenty-first century (as opposed to cases such as the Mystery of Shadow Ranch). It takes place in River Heights (Nancy Drew's hometown), but more specifically in Westmoor University. The University holds the weeklong event called the Crime Lab, which is a special activity organized by Professor Charles Parris every year. A crime is created, and then specially chose students try and use pre-made clues to solve the mystery. This year Nancy helps Professor Parris create the crime.

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Published on March 1, 2002. Summary: While Nancy and her friends are helping with a high school "chemystery" camp that teaches how science is used to solve crimes, a real mystery involving the professor in charge begins, and Nancy takes over the made-up case and the real one. Publisher Description: Solving crimes with science is fascinating - until a pretend mystery becomes all too real!

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Solving crimes with science is fascinating-until a pretend mystery becomes all too real!

Solving crimes with science is fascinating-until a pretend mystery becomes all too real! Nancy gets Bess, George, and Ned to help out with a special program for high school students, a chemystery camp. They’ll visit a forensics lab, a drug company, and a university to see how science is used to solve crimes. Then they’ll use what they’ve learned to work on a made-up case. But the mystery begins even before the program starts when the professor who runs it suddenly falls into a coma. Now Nancy’s in charge-of the made-up case and the real one.

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Nancy’s aunt, Eloise Drew, had met the girls at the airport that Monday morning. One of us should be on top of what’s happening in the fashion world, Bess said. My clothes sense just might come in handy on this case

Nancy’s aunt, Eloise Drew, had met the girls at the airport that Monday morning. Eloise made time to take the girls to her apartment and then to lunch before driving upstate to visit friends. She’d given the girls a key to her apartment, in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village. My clothes sense just might come in handy on this case. That’s true, Nancy said as she stepped off the escalator on the sixth floor. Then she and Bess headed for an elevator marked Employees Only.

Nancy Drew Mystery Stories (175 items) list by discordany. Published 9 years, 2 months ago. The Books that Inspired the Games (34 items) list by 186FleetStreet. Published 7 years, 2 months ago. View all The Crime Lab Case (Nancy Drew) lists. Manufacturer: Simon & Schuster Release date: 1 December 2003 ISBN-10 : 0743437446 ISBN-13: 9780743437448.

Solving crimes with science is fascinating -- until a pretend mystery becomes all too real!

Nancy gets Bess, George, and Ned to help out with a special program for high school students, a "chemystery" camp. They'll visit a forensics lab, a drug company, and a university to see how science is used to solve crimes. Then they'll use what they've learned to work on a made-up case.

But the mystery begins even before the program starts when the professor who runs it suddenly falls into a coma. Now Nancy's in charge -- of the made-up case and the real one. Strange encounters of the dangerous kind and a list of promising suspects test all her talents of deduction. From the tiniest clue on a carpet to real menace in a quarry, Nancy's crime lab is bubbling with trouble!

  • Bralore
I read it through. Good mystery. Nothing gory. One mention of a kiss. Giving it to my 9 year old daughter.
  • OwerSpeed
"The Creative Crime Lab Case" is a newer Nancy Drew mystery, meaning it is placed in the twenty-first century (as opposed to cases such as the Mystery of Shadow Ranch). It takes place in River Heights (Nancy Drew's hometown), but more specifically in Westmoor University. The University holds the weeklong event called the Crime Lab, which is a special activity organized by Professor Charles Parris every year. A crime is created, and then specially chose students try and use pre-made clues to solve the mystery. This year Nancy helps Professor Parris create the crime. One night before the official start of the Crime Lab, Professor Parris falls ill, sending him to the hospital where he soon slips into a coma. The rest of the Creative Crime counselors and advisers, vote that Nancy is in charge of the Lab in Professor Parris' place. While trying to help the students solve their pretend mystery, Nancy stumbles upon a mystery of her own. It turns out that the Professor had been receiving threatening messages. The person doing the threatening was also the one who poisoned the Professor. Nancy follows many leads, including Connor, who is the assistant to the Professor in his research. Other suspicious characters surface, such as Alexander Kabrov, an old enemy of the Professor. The mystery unravels and Nancy follows her intuition to find the real culprit. A major clue that leads Nancy to the culprit is finding out that Professor Charles Parris is none other than accused murderer Shep Jackson. This helps Nancy discover that Lia, a camp councilor, is responsible for the Professors poisoning and the person who had been blackmailing him. Lia finally give up the antidote for the poisonous mushroom she administered to the professor. As a result the Crime Lab ends, and the Professor is able to heal. This book is a good mystery that keeps you reading to the end. Any age group would probably enjoy this book. Make sure you check it out!
  • fightnight
This book I read a little while ago. In my personal opinion, I think that the book was good and wholesome, but the plot was sort of predictable and the beginning was really the only creepy part. I think it would be fine to enjoy and read, but don't expect the classic Nancy Drew thriller.
  • Yanki
This book is so good. It has so many twists and turns. Right when you think that you have figured it out it all changes again. This story has kept me on my toes the whole way. I really think that the age limit really has no limit at all. My mom reads my books (I will refrain from revealing her age). I would recommend this book for anyone who likes mysteries.
  • Rocksmith
I read this book in 1 and a half days-but only cuz i couldn't put it down!! This is one of the best books I've ever read!! And it isn't for any age-it could be read by anyone and everyone. I would recommend this to anyone who likes suspicion, mystery, and basically a good read. Not only did I learn lots about solving a mystery, but the story is totally unpredictable. I never would have guessed who commited the crime!!
  • Kearanny
I thought that Nancy Drew: Crime Lab Case was pretty good. I read it at night, and i got spooked a few times. Overall, i was quite good.