A Script for Danger

  • Title: A Script for Danger
  • Author: Carolyn Keene
  • ISBN: 9781481438100
  • Page: 299
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Script for Danger A film is being made in River Heights and there s sabotage on the set in this tenth book of the Nancy Drew Diaries a fresh approach to a classic mystery series Nancy s old friend and former paralega
    A film is being made in River Heights, and there s sabotage on the set in this tenth book of the Nancy Drew Diaries, a fresh approach to a classic mystery series.Nancy s old friend and former paralegal to Carson Drew, Alex Burgess, is making a movie, and it s filming in River Heights On the first day of shooting, Alex invites Nancy, Bess, and George on set for a behind thA film is being made in River Heights, and there s sabotage on the set in this tenth book of the Nancy Drew Diaries, a fresh approach to a classic mystery series.Nancy s old friend and former paralegal to Carson Drew, Alex Burgess, is making a movie, and it s filming in River Heights On the first day of shooting, Alex invites Nancy, Bess, and George on set for a behind the scenes peek at how a movie is made George is excited for a closer look at the cameras and special effects, and Bess is mostly around to get a glimpse of the film s leading man handsome actor Brian Newsome But right before the camera starts rolling there s an explosion in the catering area Turns out someone put firecrackers in the coffeemaker Not too long after that, Brian s costume is found streaked with blood And threatening notes show up scrawled on the scripts SHUT IT DOWN OR YOU LL BE SORRY.Can Nancy track down the set saboteur before the film s dangerous final scene Or will the entire production go up in flames first

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    About Carolyn Keene


    1. Carolyn Keene is a writer pen name that was used by many different people both men and women over the years The company that was the creator of the Nancy Drew series, the Stratemeyer Syndicate, hired a variety of writers For Nancy Drew, the writers used the pseudonym Carolyn Keene to assure anonymity of the creator.Edna and Harriet Stratemeyer inherited the company from their father Edward Stratemeyer Edna contributed 10 plot outlines before passing the reins to her sister Harriet It was Mildred Benson aka Mildred A Wirt , who breathed such a feisty spirit into Nancy s character Mildred wrote 23 of the original 30 Nancy Drew Mystery Stories , including the first three It was her characterization that helped make Nancy an instant hit The Stratemeyer Syndicate s devotion to the series over the years under the reins of Harriet Stratemeyer Adams helped to keep the series alive and on store shelves for each succeeding generation of girls and boys In 1959, Harriet, along with several writers, began a 25 year project to revise the earlier Carolyn Keene novels The Nancy Drew books were condensed, racial stereotypes were removed, and the language was updated In a few cases, outdated plots were completely rewritten.Other writers of Nancy Drew volumes include Harriet herself, she wrote most of the series after Mildred quit writing for the Syndicate and in 1959 began a revision of the first 34 texts The role of the writer of Carolyn Keene passed temporarily to Walter Karig who wrote three novels during the Great Depression Also contributing to Nancy Drew s prolific existence were Leslie McFarlane, James Duncan Lawrence, Nancy Axelrod, Priscilla Doll, Charles Strong, Alma Sasse, Wilhelmina Rankin, George Waller Jr and Margaret Scherf.


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    1. Nancy got invited to go on a set her friend was directing. First Nancy finds out that there has been an explosion at the catering area and nobody knows who it was. Next, there was costumes with blood on them and a whole in the ceiling with blood dripping form it. At the end, Nancy finds out who was behind all of this, and it turns out to be her friend Brian who has one of the lead roles in the movie. I recommend this book to a sixth grader who enjoys mystery books and movies.

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    2. I have been reading these to my granddaughter. She is loving them as much as I did when I was younger.

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    3. Nice update of a favorite for our family book club!

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    4. So I enjoyed this book! It was actually better than I thought it would be! The mystery was completely turned within the last 20 pages of the novel! That is what Carolyn Keene usually does and I love it! So the plot was okay, in my opinion there were a few holes. I do like these books because at the beginning and the end of the books there is a diary entry and for this one at the end it asked "Diary should I take the call for Hollywood?" Yes Nancy you should.

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    5. This one wasn't TOO bad, but still wasn't good! I didn't like the culprit's motive, which I thought was SO stupid. Plus, I was very disappointed in how Nancy didn't do any fun sleuthing, and instead came up with a solution without doing barely any real investigating! However, the only thing I liked about this book was the setting. It was pretty interesting, being on the set of a movie. So overall, not the best in the series, and it deserves 2 1/2 stars.

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    6. When Nancy and her friends meet Brian Newsome, Nancy knew there was going to be a mystery. At the end, Nancy figured everything out. Brian sabotaged the movie, because he wanted to be in The Blue Ranger. I chose this rating because I liked this awesome Nancy Drew book. I recommend this to older and younger kids.

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    7. The Nancy Drew Diaries are a good read. The mystery involved a movie set. Mysterious things were happening and there were many suspects with motives. I love how the books are modern and speak to today's readers. Kids can enjoy the Nancy Drew books that their parents loved.

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    8. This is one of the better Dairies books. It didn't fail to keep my attention nor get me confused as to who was doing what. It did have a twist to the end which made it nice and not the 'same ol same ol' mystery.

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    9. Cute, fun read with my tween girls.

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    10. This book was amazing! Kept me on my edge of my chair.

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