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  • In love with Nancy Drew


    by Sunny
    27th December, 2008 at 1:20 am    

    I asked you lot last week to suggest counter-intuitive subjects for an article I should write about. Trying to avoid anything political and important was difficult, so I came up with: How I grew up on the Nancy Drew series. Oh and Hardy Boys. And… *sob* Jeffrey Archer.
    You don’t even have to say it…


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    1. Zak — on 27th December, 2008 at 2:50 am  

      words escape me..

    2. Rumbold — on 27th December, 2008 at 9:25 am  

      Good stuffy. And Jeffrey Archer books do seem to occupy about 40% of your average book stall on an Indian railway station, so fair enough.

    3. sonia — on 27th December, 2008 at 5:12 pm  

      oh sunny! i loved nancy drew and the hardy boys as well! it was great, nothing to be embarrassed about :-)

    4. Vikrant — on 30th December, 2008 at 3:13 am  

      Wow… i picked up Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys during my time in India as well! I remember the time when my 12 year old heart sank on learning that F.W Dixon and Keene were pseudonyms for various writers!

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