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Nancy Drew and the mystery of the mean girls

In an era of queen bees and wannabes, Nancy proves that girls don't have to be mean to be popular.


By Melanie Rehak
September 11, 2005

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WHEN NANCY DREW stole on to the scene of the crime 75 years ago last April, complete with her shiny blue roadster and her finely tuned sense of good and evil, the teen detective was the very model of the independent-minded young lady on a mission. She was invented in the waning days of the Roaring Twenties by a children's ... (Full article: 1547 words)

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