Book Review: The Clue of the Broken Locket by Carolyn Keene

Hi guys! It’s time for another book review. This week’s book happens to be an oldie but a goodie. It’s The Clue of the Broken Locket by Carolyn Keene.IMG_0868

I’ve always been instead in Nancy Drew books but I read them so quickly because I get locked into them. I wish I had more of the collection but I only have a few.

For those of you that have not read any Nancy Drew books, Nancy is a young women, her father Mr. Drew is a lawyer..Nancy always gets her head wrapped around different cases that her Father encounters..just like this one.

Mr. Drew ends up giving the go-ahead for the Blairs, who are actresses to adopt a set of twins. Not too soon after he does, he receives a letter from the babies mother saying ‘do not let the Blairs adopted my babies’. Nancy gets right on the case.

She ends up going to the Blairs estate several times throughout the book to get clues as to way the Blairs even adopted children sense they are so busy already. She meets with their maid, cook, and chafferer all who say they shouldn’t have the children..they are just using them to look good as actresses.

Nancy finds clues one after other trying to connect the mother with her babies and to get them out of the Blairs hands.

This book was so good. I was hooked throughout the entire book..I just wanted to get to the end and get the mystery solved just as much as Nancy. I highly recommend Nancy Drew books to anyone especially young girls!

Chat later!

  • Liz

 

SPOILER – Nancy does reunite the babies with their biological mother & father!

 

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