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Published in: Although Nancy lives in a time where teenage girls had about as many personal freedoms as trained dogs and were treated with a similar level of respect, she herself exists in a sort of bubble that makes her exempt from such social limitations. She has her own car, her own money but, oddly, no apparent source of income , and doesn't seem to have any demands on her time such as a job or school.
This is proved in this book, when Nancy decides on a whim to drive upstate for some investigating, and then when it runs long, checks herself into a hotel for the night. This is awesome, but I question the reality of it. Carolyn Keene loves the words "sleuth" and "girl detective" and will use them as many times as she possibly can.
The bad guys are easily recognizable, because they are the only characters in the book who are ever rude to anyone. These are the series' main flaws.
In the good Nancy Drews, such as this one, these flaws can be overlooked as soon as Nancy starts being a badass. And there's a lot of that here.
She survives a boat crash in a storm, breaks into not one but three houses, and manages to escape after the bad guys tie her up. She also taught me a valuable life lesson: if the hotel you're having dinner in leaves souvenir matchbooks on the table, take them, because you are guaranteed to need them in the next few hours.
As an added bonus, Nancy's boyfriend Ned Nickerson affectionately known as "Candy-Ass" in my head is not present, and in fact may not have been introduced as a character yet. Also conspicuously absent are Nancy's friends, Fat Bess and Butch George, so we don't have to listen to Carolyn Keene delivering backhanded compliments in her narration that would embarrass Regina George.