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The Treasure in the Royal Tower (novel)


The Treasure in the Royal Tower
Author Carolyn Keene
Cover artist Aleta Jenks
Country United States
Language English
Series Nancy Drew stories
Genre Detective, Mystery novel
Publisher Aladdin Paperbacks (an imprint of Simon & Schuster, Inc.)
Publication date December, 1995
Pages 150 pp
ISBN 0-671-50502-5
OCLC Number 33807952
Preceded by The Case of the Dangerous Solution
Followed by The Baby-sitter Burglaries

Treasure in the Royal Tower is a young adult novel by Carolyn Keene in the Nancy Drew stories.

Plot summary

Nancy takes a vacation in Wisconsin when the library of the place she is vacationing at is vandalized. Nancy, along with her friends George Fayne and Bess Marvin, must survive an unknown assailant while discovering the secret passageway's inside of an old castle.

Later, Treasure in the Royal Tower was made into a Computer (PC) Game where you can play as Nancy and find Marie Antoinette's tower.

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