[Read] ➪ The Secret of the Golden Pavilion (Nancy Drew Mystery Stories, #36) Author Carolyn Keene – Bassgrotto.co.uk

The Secret of the Golden Pavilion (Nancy Drew Mystery Stories, #36) Nancy Is On The Case, Once Again Her Father S Client, Mr.Sakamaki Needs Help His Deceased Grandfather S Estate, Kaluakua Has A Mystery Nobody Knows Its Golden Pavilion May Be Haunted, And Two Middle Aged Suspects Claim To Be The Grand Children Of Grandfather Sakamaki And Are Going To Run And Take Over The Estate Nancy Must Prove Them Wrong And Stop A Terrible Gang Called The Double Scorps Who Are Trying To Steal The Secret Kings Cape In The Golden Pavilion Are The Posing Grandchildren Part Of The Double Scorps And Are Going To Inherit The Estate For All Of The Double Scorps What Does A Sacred King S Cape Have To Do With The Secret Of The Golden Pavilion And Who Is That Ghost That Dances By The Pavilion Every Night Nancy Is Going To Find Out Everything, From The Double Scorps, To Perhaps Two Grandfather Sakamaki Could The Grandfather Sakamaki In California Be The Wrong One That Owns The Kaluakua Help Nancy Drew Solve The Mystery


10 thoughts on “The Secret of the Golden Pavilion (Nancy Drew Mystery Stories, #36)

  1. says:

    A ghostly hula dancer, a black lei, a slippery slope Manystrange things happen as Nancy tackles this intriguing mystery When Nancy is told of the mystery at Kaluakua, she immediately goes to Hawaii However, at Kaluakua, she is surrounded by strange happenings Slowly, the mystery unfolds as Nancy not only solves the mystery, but learns some Hawaiian cultures and symbol...


  2. says:

    By this point, reading a Nancy Drew novel is like a visit with an old friend I first began reading Nancy Drew as a third grader, and reluctantly at that, going on a recommendation from my mother However, I quickly fell in love with the ever ready sleuth and her faithful friends The mysteries kept me entertained and I felt a connection with Nancy, a girl who had it all together at all times Even in the most dangerous of situations, Nancy never lost her cool She was one of my biggest role mod By this point, reading a Nancy Drew novel is like a visit with an old friend I first began reading Nancy Drew as a third grader, and reluctantly at that, going on a recommendation from my mother However, I quickly fell in love with the ever ready sleuth and her faithful friends The mysteries kept me entertained and I felt a connection with Nancy, a girl who had it all together at all times Even in the most dangerous of situations, Nancy never lost her cool She was one of my biggest role models and one of the literary figures who impacted me the most growing up.Now that I am nearly sixteen, going back to read these books is different The mysteries seem simple now, not unenjoyable, but once you ve had Agatha Christie, Ca...


  3. says:

    Another great addition to the Nancy Drew mystery book series.


  4. says:

    I started this book with my granddaughter Jane when she was visiting over the holidays Just had to finish it this morning I will read it with her again during her next visit Carolyn Keen is a master at ending each chapter with a cliff hanger Jane loved this aspect alway...


  5. says:

    I want to buy this book and walk through Hawaii with this is as a guide It also highlights Nancy as a human being She makes errors just like the rest of us LOL.


  6. says:

    I came across this in the library catalogue when I was trying to remember the name of Island Boy Fiction set in Hawaii being my search term And I used to love reading Nancy Drew books, so I figured, why not.And now I wonder where they always this, well, terrible Was the characterization always so thin Nancy is smart, George is a tomboy, Bess likes to eat Seriously Here that was about it If I were wishing to introduce a young person to Nancy Drew, I would definitely not start with t I came across this in the library catalogue when I was ...


  7. says:

    Debating whether to rate it four or five stars I loved it This Nancy Drew book was just amazing I loved picturing Hawaii, and I loved that Ned, Burt, and Dave were in it I love it when the boys join Nancy and he...


  8. says:

    Yikes Nancy s adventures are always convoluted and chock full of handy coincidencesbut this one was a little over the top even for the most forgiving Nancy fan.Ah, well there has to be an off flavor in every box of chocolates 2 Stars


  9. says:

    A welcome relief from many of the previous books in which the girls are only saved by the boys and Mr Drew.


  10. says:

    This is a fun mystery of a classic Nancy Drew style with amazing Hawaii base All the fun and adventure of the best Nancy Drew books.


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