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The Flying Saucer Mystery

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The Flying Saucer Mystery

The Flying Saucer Mystery
Author Carolyn Keene
Cover artist Ruth Sanderson[1]
Country United States
Language English
Series Nancy Drew Mystery Stories
Genre Juvenile literature
Published 1980
Publisher Wanderer Books
Media type Print (Hardback & Paperback)
Preceded by The Triple Hoax
Followed by The Secret in the Old Lace

The Flying Saucer Mystery is the fifty-eighth volume in the Nancy Drew Mystery Stories series written under the pseudonym Carolyn Keene.



INA version

  • Nancy Drew
  • Carson Drew : Nancy's father
  • Hannah Gruen : Nancy's family housekeeper
  • Bess marvin : Nancy's best friend
  • George Fayne : Nancy's best friend
  • Ned Nickerson : Nancy's boy friend
  • Burt Eddleton : George's boy friend
  • Dave Evans : Bess's boy friend
  • Mr Hal Drake : Guide
  • Mrs. Jan Drake : Hal Drake's Wife
  • Joseph Austin (old Joe) : A man who lives in the forest
  • Shoso : Indian
  • Dr. Doyle : Veterinarian
  • Dr. Caffrey : Carson Drew's friend
  • Dr. Halpern : Chemical expert
  • Dr. York : Scientist
  • Prof. Hendriks : Botany expert
  • Colonel Akon
  • Major Tanner


  • Susan B : Nancy's horse"
  • Goalpost : Ned's horse"
  • Trixie : Old Joe's dog"
  • Kitty : Old Joe's wildcat"


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