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Nancy visits a movie set and finds terror on location!World-famous director Hank Steinberg is filming a horror flick in Nancy's hometown of River Heights. The movie tells a spine-tingling story about a haunted house. Most shocking of all, though, is what's going on across the street at an old Victorian mansion called Fenley Place. Whatever happens on the movie set is myster Nancy visits a movie set and finds terror on location!World-famous director Hank Steinberg is filming a horror flick in Nancy's hometown of River Heights. The movie tells a spine-tingling story about a haunted house. Most shocking of all, though, is what's going on across the street at an old Victorian mansion called Fenley Place. Whatever happens on the movie set is mysteriously duplicated in the mansion: red smoke billows from the chimney, a ghostly figure appears in the window, and blood oozes from the walls. The special effects are a real scream, but Nancy must find out who is behind them before the movie -- and the mansion -- reach the final, horrifying climax!


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Nancy visits a movie set and finds terror on location!World-famous director Hank Steinberg is filming a horror flick in Nancy's hometown of River Heights. The movie tells a spine-tingling story about a haunted house. Most shocking of all, though, is what's going on across the street at an old Victorian mansion called Fenley Place. Whatever happens on the movie set is myster Nancy visits a movie set and finds terror on location!World-famous director Hank Steinberg is filming a horror flick in Nancy's hometown of River Heights. The movie tells a spine-tingling story about a haunted house. Most shocking of all, though, is what's going on across the street at an old Victorian mansion called Fenley Place. Whatever happens on the movie set is mysteriously duplicated in the mansion: red smoke billows from the chimney, a ghostly figure appears in the window, and blood oozes from the walls. The special effects are a real scream, but Nancy must find out who is behind them before the movie -- and the mansion -- reach the final, horrifying climax!

30 review for The Double Horror of Fenley Place

  1. 4 out of 5

    Pam

    AUTHOR Keene, Carolyn TITLE The Double Horrof of Fenley Place DATE READ 03/15/21 RATING 4/B FIRST SENTENCE "Aaaaaaaaarrrrrrhhh!" A terrifing scream spread through Nancy Drew's house. It was a scream filled with horror and panic and bone-chilling fear. GENRE/ PUB DATE/FORMAT/LENGTH YA Mystery/1987/pb/158 pgs SERIES/STAND-ALONE #79 CHALLENGE Good Reads 2020 Reading Goal 30/120 GROUP READ ND TIME/PLACE 1980's/Ohio CHARACTERS Nancy Drew Girl Detective; George & Bess her friends COMMENTS Nancy's friend Bess AUTHOR Keene, Carolyn TITLE The Double Horrof of Fenley Place DATE READ 03/15/21 RATING 4/B FIRST SENTENCE "Aaaaaaaaarrrrrrhhh!" A terrifing scream spread through Nancy Drew's house. It was a scream filled with horror and panic and bone-chilling fear. GENRE/ PUB DATE/FORMAT/LENGTH YA Mystery/1987/pb/158 pgs SERIES/STAND-ALONE #79 CHALLENGE Good Reads 2020 Reading Goal 30/120 GROUP READ ND TIME/PLACE 1980's/Ohio CHARACTERS Nancy Drew Girl Detective; George & Bess her friends COMMENTS Nancy's friend Bess is auditioning for the part of a screamer in a horror movie being filmed locally. The story is about a Haunted House across from the Fenley Mansion … and whatever happens on the movie set seems to be mimicked in the mansion.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Christine Dabbs

    Eh. So I picked this up because I’d never read a Nancy Drew book. I get it, it’s older and has more stereotypes. But I wasn’t prepared for the constant stranger comments on “a girl detective.” Anyways, the book was fine I guess. I probably won’t seek more out.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Eric Wood

    A good, interesting ND book. The premise of this book is very intriguing, but there are some problems. There was a LOT of humor and jokes in this book, and most of them were pretty cheesy and a little overkill. The writing is a bit off, kinda awkward(probably because this is the first book to be published in 2 years after Phantom Of Venice and the first book published fully by Simon & Schuster). I thought Nancy was a bit forgetful in some scenes and I was a bit annoyed when near the end, she's i A good, interesting ND book. The premise of this book is very intriguing, but there are some problems. There was a LOT of humor and jokes in this book, and most of them were pretty cheesy and a little overkill. The writing is a bit off, kinda awkward(probably because this is the first book to be published in 2 years after Phantom Of Venice and the first book published fully by Simon & Schuster). I thought Nancy was a bit forgetful in some scenes and I was a bit annoyed when near the end, she's in the attic alone and she hears someone coming up the stairs and thinks it's George when George is asleep and it's obviously the bad guy, espically when they aren't responding to Nancy. Come on Nancy, you should know better! Also, when Nancy's house is disarrayed by the culprit, the phone keeps ringing, even off the receiver. That never gets explained. However, the book was very interesting, suspenseful at times, and kept me guessing. The culprit was obvious, but there was a unexpected twist with the culprit and the motive wasn't clear. The characters were pretty fun and interesting and the ending was unexpectedly a bit emotional. Overall, a good mystery. 3 stars.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Felicity Hyannis

    This is a great book. It was the first book published under the Minstrel imprint, and is much more lighthearted, casual, and enjoyable than the Wanderer books (which are either really good or really bad). The author's idea of Nancy Drew was close to mine, which added to my enjoyment of the story. It kept me guessing as to who the criminal was, and there was a twist at the end. The criminal's motive was unique and different, and a bit psychological, it wasn't just that they wanted money or someth This is a great book. It was the first book published under the Minstrel imprint, and is much more lighthearted, casual, and enjoyable than the Wanderer books (which are either really good or really bad). The author's idea of Nancy Drew was close to mine, which added to my enjoyment of the story. It kept me guessing as to who the criminal was, and there was a twist at the end. The criminal's motive was unique and different, and a bit psychological, it wasn't just that they wanted money or something like that. I appreciate the author trying something different with the criminal, it paid off. The plot was creative, too, that whatever happens on a movie set is replicated in the house across the street. This is a very good book.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Olivia

    I enjoyed this book! I really liked the plot! This is very good for light reading, or maybe a good mystery or, for a short chapter book. Enjoy!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Sethuli Disansa

    loved it a lot.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Madeleine

    Riktigt spännande och klurig. Hade en gissning om vem som "gjort det" men hade fel visade det sig. Så absolut underhållande! Riktigt spännande och klurig. Hade en gissning om vem som "gjort det" men hade fel visade det sig. Så absolut underhållande!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Miri

    When a movie crew comes to River Heights to shoot a scary movie, Bess is ecstatic when she gets the part of a screamer in the picture. Soon Nancy is on a new case when every horrible scene filmed at the movie location is repeated across the street at Fenley Place, and the movie script just gets worse and worse. Can Nancy find out who is behind this real life horror before the final scene is played out?

  9. 5 out of 5

    Srishti

    I read this whilst on a road trip, so it goes to show how easy Nancy Drew books are to digest! The plot moves fast, and the book itself is quite short. It's engrossing enough that you want to keep reading, but not special enough that you're wishing that you weren't in a car, feeling slightly sick :P Still continuing with my Nancy Drew reading quest! I read this whilst on a road trip, so it goes to show how easy Nancy Drew books are to digest! The plot moves fast, and the book itself is quite short. It's engrossing enough that you want to keep reading, but not special enough that you're wishing that you weren't in a car, feeling slightly sick :P Still continuing with my Nancy Drew reading quest!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Yue

    A bit spooky, I liked it.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Nikki

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. All I can say is Ned is back!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Barbara - Charlie

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  13. 4 out of 5

    Maria

  14. 5 out of 5

    Lauren Gulisane

  15. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie

  16. 5 out of 5

    Morgan

  17. 4 out of 5

    Johanna Andersson

  18. 4 out of 5

    A

  19. 4 out of 5

    Nusrat

  20. 4 out of 5

    harshini

  21. 4 out of 5

    Katarina

  22. 4 out of 5

    Ulrika Calzon

  23. 5 out of 5

    CoffeeBooks

  24. 5 out of 5

    Kendall Burque

  25. 4 out of 5

    R. Declan

  26. 5 out of 5

    Inna

  27. 4 out of 5

    Lovisa

  28. 4 out of 5

    Madison S.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Sonica

  30. 5 out of 5

    Frida Hultgren

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