A billionaire environmentalist has constructed bio-domes in River Heights to help save the planet, but, shortly after a gross green substance destroys one of the domes, creatures such as Sasquatch, Okala Kane, and the Abominable Snowman are seen lurking nearby. Nancy, Bess, and George investigate.
When Nancy travels with her father to Turkey so he can negotiateneg the sale of one of his client's ancestral estates, Nancy finds that artifacts have been disappearing, and her sleuthing leads to the discovery of the ancient ruins of a long-forgotten city beneath the property.
A top-secret computer chip has been stolen from Rackham Industries and a mysterious charm bracelet is mailed to Nancy. And each charm represents a different crime. Can Nancy, with help from Bess and George, deal with River Heights' latest crime spree and her romantic crisis at the same time?
"Nancy Drew is in a tight spot. It all starts when Nancy trails a masked jewel thief in the woodlands around River Heights. After running into a group of hikers, Nancy asks if they've seen anyone, only to find that one of the hikers is also the thief. When Nancy breaks off from the group to make a phone call, she is pushed from behind and ends up dangling from a tree root, afraid to call for help lest the crook find her. This time, its up to Bess...
Nancy Drew boards a train in an effort to protect a long-lost engine that represents an important advance in technology from the sinister forces that want the machine destroyed. Presented in graphic novel form.
On a rare day of rest and relaxation, Nancy and her friends Bess and George stumble upon a decades-old treasure. When she tries to discover the location of the rightful owner, Nancy finds more trouble than she bargained for.
Nancy and her friends are eager to do some hiking and rafting while on vacation in Arches National Park in Moab, Utah, but when their tour guide mysteriously disappears, Nancy sets out to investigate.
My friends and I knew before we got to Arches National Park that it's full of red cliffs arches, and rock formations -- plenty of places for hiking, biking, and getting lost. It's a good thing there are park rangers and guides to help tourist like us...