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Nancy Drew: Girl Detective #02: Writ in Stone
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It's double trouble for Nancy and her friends, when an ancient artifact and a little boy are both suddenly missing. The artifact is a piece of an old stone marker that may prove that the Chinese were in America eighty years before Columbus. The little boy is Owen Zucker, a sweetie who Nancy sometimes baby-sits. Nancy's determined to recover both the artifact and little Owen, but someone's out to stop her - permanently! Ages 8 to 12.
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The graphic novel adventures of Nancy Drew continue! From veteran comics writer Stefan Petrucha and manga artist Sho Murase.
It's double trouble for America's favorite girl detective when Owen Zucker, a sweet young boy Nancy has often babysat, is missing and — a shorestone marker found on the coast of California, which may prove the Chinese discovered America in 1421, before Columbus, is stolen! Will Nancy, with the help of her best friends, Bess and George, be able to solve two baffling mysteries at the same time, while all of River Heights is watching?
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