More Nancy Drew eBooks!

Whispers in the Fog by Carolyn Keene

Exciting upcoming Nancy Drew eBooks! 😎 Just like there are great Hardy Boys mysteries available digitally with more on the way, that’s also true for Nancy Drew mysteries! 😀 Whatever device you have, whether you read on a Kindle, tablet, phone, or any other ereader or your computer/laptop, there are great mysteries to solve and places to travel to with Nancy, Ned, George, and Bess! 😀 Along with the Nancy Drew mysteries already available as eBooks, the titles listed below will be released this summer and fall! 😎 

~Here are upcoming titles and dates~

Jun. 2013 ~
#171 Intrigue at the Grand Opera
#172 The Riding Club Crime

Jul. 2013 ~
#80 The Case of the Disappearing Diamond

#78 The Phantom of Venice
#174 A Taste of Danger
#175 Werewolf in a Winter Wonderland

#81 The Mardi Gras Mystery
#82 The Clue in the Camera
#84 The Joker’s Revenge

Aug. 2013 ~
#86 The Mystery of Misty Canyon
#87 The Case of the Rising Stars
#88 The Search for Cindy Austin

#89 The Case of the Disappearing Deejay
#90 The Puzzle at Pineview School
#91 The Girl Who Couldn’t Remember

#92 The Ghost of Craven Cove
#93 The Case of the Safecracker’s Secret
#94 The Picture-Perfect Mystery

#95 The Silent Suspect
#96 The Case of the Photo Finish
#97 Mystery at Magnolia Mansion

Sept. 2013 ~
#98 The Haunting of Horse Island
#99 The Secret at Seven Rocks
#100 A Secret in Time

#101 The Mystery of the Missing Millionairess
#102 The Secret in the Dark
#103 Stranger in the Shadows

#104 The Mystery of the Jade Tiger
#106 The Case of the Artful Crime
#107 The Legend of Miner’s Creek

Oct. 2013 ~
#108 The Secret of the Tibetan Treasure
#109 The Mystery of the Masked Rider
#110 The Nutcracker Ballet Mystery
#111 The Secret at Solaire
#113 The Secret Lost at Sea

#114 The Search for the Silver Persian
#115 The Suspect in the Smoke
#116 The Case of the Twin Teddy Bears
#117 Mystery on the Menu

#118 Trouble at Lake Tahoe
#119 The Mystery of the Missing Mascot


33 thoughts on “More Nancy Drew eBooks!

  1. Thank you for doing this, Ann! 🙂 I enjoy reading over the list of soon-to-be-available Nancy Drew mysteries. 😎 It is good to see the many intriguing titles set to be released in eBook format.

    You do such an excellent job with these lists, Ann! 🙂 Not only are they in chronological order by their release dates, but also you have presented them in an eye-pleasing way. 🙂 It is highly accessible and easy to reference for detail. 😎

    I look forward to reading the book samples as they become available and purchasing the ones that are genuine Nancy Drew books in content. 🙂 😎 Callie

    • You’re welcome, Callie! 🙂 Me, too – I love seeing what’s going to be available! 🙂 Yep, a lot! 😎

      Thank you! 🙂 I enjoy it and I try to figure out what looks best and most accessible. 🙂

      Same here! 🙂 Some first chapters are available at Simon and Schuster for several of the upcoming titles. 🙂

  2. Wow! 😀 Nice long list of books! 😎 Thank you, Ann! 😀 😎

    Appreciating the good things,

  3. Yeah! 😀 I am pleased to see that The Case of the Twin Teddy Bears is now scheduled for its release in eBook format! This book was even better than I had expected it to be. 🙂 I look forward to adding it to my eBook collection. 🙂

    Thank you so much for the update, Ann! 😀 You do a great job on getting the good information out there! 😎 Callie

  4. From the sixth of this month, Misty Canyon will probably be added to my Nancy Drew eBook collection soon. 🙂

    All three books from last week are currently possibilities, although I am going to think about the purchase of those for a little while longer.

    Three more titles coming soon!

    As you asked, I will let you know here which books are especially good, well-written Nancy Drew Mysteries! 🙂 Thank you again for these excellent and informative lists, Ann! 😀 Callie

    • Cool! 😀 Let me know if it’s good! 🙂 It sounds like it should be. 😎

      I’m trying to decide which of these three that you mentioned you’re considering sounds most intriguing:
      #89 The Case of the Disappearing Deejay
      #90 The Puzzle at Pineview School
      #91 The Girl Who Couldn’t Remember


      Yep – I appreciate you letting me know! 🙂 Love hearing what you think about them! 🙂 No problem, Callie. 🙂

      • Sure thing, Ann! 🙂

        That is a tough one! 😉 All three are very intriguing mysteries. 😎 There are some brief instances of mischaracterization, such as making too much out of Bess liking food and shopping – the real Bess Marvin is not obsessed with either thing and is a much deeper person than the authors sometimes introduce her as in these later books.

        I am glad to. 🙂 Thank you, Ann. 🙂 I recently started reading another Nancy Drew eBook; after I read it, I will probably comment about it here. 🙂 Callie

        • Cool – thanks. 🙂

          Yep, they sound interesting. Oh, that’s annoying and tedious if the author makes her sound shallow, because she’s not. 😎

          You’re welcome, Callie. 🙂 Excellent! 🙂

          • Welcome. 🙂

            That is exactly true.

            🙂 The book I was reading was number ninety-two, The Ghost of Craven Cove, and it proved to be a very good mystery! 😀 The writing style was very good! 😀

            There were a few mistakes, but not many. One mistake was a mischaracterization (which was later disproven in the same book 😉 ). It said that Bess and George always saw things differently and could not agree! 😛 The real Bess and the real George have their own personal opinions, but they can both see the truth, figure out clues, and get along with each other very well! 😎 Another mistake that bothered me a lot was the error of not capitalizing Navy when that specific branch of the military was being referred to. They did it correctly once within a sentence, but failed on a high number of instances throughout the book. I have seen this a lot in these later books, in eBook, so I think the error may be within the formatting program used, rather than by error on the part of the author or human editor.

            Nancy, Bess, and George have many cool lines. 😎 They are correctly shown as very intelligent girls who do not allow rude, pushy people to bully them or make them back down. The trio stands firm and bravely solves a very intriguing mystery! 😀 From the beginning, Nancy knew there was no ghost, of course, and a logical explanation was given for it – by the end of the book! 😉

            I recommend this book! 😀 The Ghost of Craven Cove is filled with action, adventure, intrigue, etc., and has cool places to explore like an abandoned lighthouse and a network of caves within a cliffside beneath the location of a Colonial fort (whose soldiers used the cave tunnels for secret access and as an escape route in time of war). And I also like the overall theme of this book: never give up and stand true always. 😎 Callie

            • That sounds awesome! 🙂 I definitely want to read The Ghost of Craven Cove, Callie! 🙂 I hope I like it as much as I like your review of it! 😉

              • It is a great book! 😀 Thank you, Hardy Sleuth! 😀 I feel certain that you will enjoy reading The Ghost of Craven Cove! 😀 I remember that you enjoy action and this book has some excellent action! 😎 One exciting scene is when the motorboat that Nancy, Bess, and George are exploring the cove by suddenly catches fire – right after a very disturbing sound! 😮 Talk about action! Those girls are in some big time danger! 😮 Callie

                • You’re welcome, Callie, and hey, got the book! 😀

                  Oh, and I totally agree about standing up against bullies! 8)

            • 🙂

              That’s good there weren’t many mistakes, and everything else sounds great! 😀 I totally agree with you about the real Bess and George – you said it – and I love it when a mistake is actually disproven in the same book it shows up in! 😎 You know that annoys me, too, and I think you’re right that it might be a format error.

              Awesome! 😎 Great standing up to bullies! 🙂 I always like it when something is explained logically – one of my favorite things about the books and games. 😎

              I definitely want to read it, Callie! 🙂 Thanks for the review and info! 🙂 They should have you write up each synopsis for the books – you do great! 🙂 I love exploring, action, adventure, and intrigue so this sounds like a must-read to me! 😀 And the theme definitely appeals to me – to quote you:

              never give up and stand true always. 😎 Callie

              • Yeah! 😎

                I agree. 🙂 Bullying isn’t cool anywhere or anytime.

                Cool! 😀 You are welcome, Ann. 🙂 Thank you so much for the compliment! 🙂 Yes, it is that! 😀 Cool. 🙂 😎 Callie

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