- Title: The Crime Lab Case
- Author: Carolyn Keene
- ISBN: 9780743437448
- Page: 303
- Format: Paperback
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As they ready themselves to visit a forensics lab, a drug company, and a university to learn how to use science to solve crimes, Nancy, Bess, George, and Ned have to investigate a real life mystery when their professor falls into a coma.
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Read as part of a f2f discussion group where we compared various version of Nancy Drew- the original 1930s books, the modernized 1960's adventures and some of the most recent iterations. This Nancy is very businesslike and professional- a recognized private detective not just a clever girl sleuth. The crime was more sinister. Nancy used a decided team approach to solving the crime using George Beth and Ned as assistants. Much use of forensic methods and internet that were not available to previo [...]
My first Nancy Drew book! The last few pages truly define the word "dangerous". You will find yourself holding your breath!
Don't remember much but I liked Nancy and the mysteries.
This is not your mother's (or grandmother's) Nancy Drew! Instead, she is thoroughly modern, and involved in leading a forensics crime camp, along with her friends Bess, George, and Ned. Right off I had trouble believing that an 18-year-old would be given this much responsibility, especially since the campers can't be much younger. And actually, Nancy comes across much older. The plot is also more serious than in the books I remember from my childhood, since it actually concerns an attempted murd [...]
This one was a tough on to get through. I'm not an expert on writing, I'm just a reader and I found something lacking but I'm not sure what. I think maybe the writing didn't flow, one scene from another seemed to just jump without some kind of transition. Some things that Nancy did didn't feel Nancy Drew, if that makes sense. If you haven't read #166 & #167, I recommend you check out those two Nancy Drew books.
I learned a lot from this book, which I read in my teen years.
Not the most interesting ND book, but maybe one of the most realistic, actually. Enjoyed.
My Rating System:* couldn't finish, ** wouldn't recommend, *** would recommend, **** would read again, ***** have read again.
Nancy Drew! I used to read nancy Drew books in elementary school. I lived in Japan and had them shipped to me in quantities of 5-7 at a time. Nancy is in college now in the current series. #165. Nancy and her friends, Bess, George and Ned help Nancy with a special program called a chemystery. (a summer camp for high schoolers) The professor assigned to monitor and help them falls into a coma of unknown origins. Nancy and her friends must solve the real case -the one involving the professor, and [...]
There was nothing hinting at the culprit until 2 sentences before the culprit is announced which was annoying. At one point a 'hard green chip' is found wedged in between the floorboards. The way it was described I thought it was like a poker chip but then later it's found out that it's a colored contact. That is honestly the worst description of a contact I have ever heard. Also they used animals blood to set up the practice crime scene which is all kinds of wrong and I really could have done w [...]
Nancy is in college?! I thought she was a teenager! How could that be? Like seriously, I just don't get it! I don't listen to the fact that's she's in college! How could that be? How could that be?! That ghostwriter got Nancy's age wrong! She's supposed to be in high school. Sure, the mystery was kinda good, but the fact that she's in collage? I did not like it! Most of the other books she's described as a teen detective. I just don't get!
There is a crime scence camp. Mr.Paris is the captain of that camp, but he gets blackmailed. So Nancy becomes the director instead of Mr. Paris. Nancy found a lot of suspects, but the one who blackmailed Mr. paris isn't among the suspects. There are 15chapters, and Nancy finally finds the blackmailer in 14th chapter! Later on, Mr. Paris recovers from the poison and Nancy became respectful!!!
I never know what to rate these books because I simply love them, but I am so used to Nancy's awesomeness so that it's nothing special for me, really. I LOVE YOU NANCY DREW!One Side Note: If there was no Ned, I bet Connor and Nancy would make a cute couple. :3
While helping to run a crime lab for students, the leader of the program is poisoned and Nancy must discover who the culprit is and get an antidote before the professor dies!
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