The strange disappearance of a young Turkish client of Mr. Drew’s and the gift of an Oriental rug with a coded message woven into its decorative border start Nancy on a difficult search for a missing mannequin. What happened to the attractive figure that Farouk Tahmasp used in the display window of this rug shop? Who is trying to keep Nancy from finding it – and why? Tracking down the intricate trail of clues takes Nancy and her friends Bess and George, Ned, Burt, and Dave to Turkey. Their sleuthing leads them to the Grand Bazaar in the exotic city of Istanbul, where Bess mysteriously disappears. Suspense mounts when Nancy encounters a vengeful enemy at an ancient underground reservoir. Events move swiftly as Nancy and her friends try to solve this challenging mystery!
Release on 2005-08-01 | by Carolyn Keene,Jan Naimo Jones
Author: Carolyn Keene,Jan Naimo Jones
Pubpsher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Nancy and her friends form a singing group called the Spy Girlz and enter a contest to win tickets to an Eric Stanley concert, but they find themselves in the middle of a mystery when their borrowed sunglasses, that once belonged to the singer, disappear.
While on a dinner cruise aboard a restored riverboat, Mrs. Cornelius Mahoney has her necklace ripped right off her neck, but lucky for her, Nancy, George, and Bess are on the boat to nab the jewel thief. Original.
Another great installment in a New York Times bestselling series! In #20: Getting Burned the local animal shelter burns down, and if it doesn't find the money to rebuild, Rackham Industries will buy the land and build another warehouse. Nancy is sure the fire was arson even though police and fire chiefs agree it's merely a case of faulty-wiring. She's determined to save the shelter and there are only two ways to do it: 1) prove that someone from Rackham Industries caused the fire, or 2) raise enough money so the shelter can afford a new building. . .
The girls have joined the Mahoney Marlins junior baseball team! Nancy will pitch, Bess will catch, and George will play shortstop. The girls are excited, but Bess worries that baseball isn’t exactly her thing. However, Bess turns out to be an amazing hitter and she quickly earns the nickname “Home Run Bess.” Bess thinks her newly found talent is thanks to her lucky bat, which she calls “Magic Bill.” But one day she discovers that Magic Bill is missing! Can Nancy find Bess’s bat in time for the big game, or is Bess destined to strike out?