Nancy and her friends take their detective skills on an Alaskan adventure in this second book of the Nancy Drew Diaries, a fresh approach to a classic series.
Nancy’s Alaskan adventure continues as she, Bess, and George disembark the mystery-plagued Arctic Star cruise ship and explore the grand sites of the forty-ninth state: Skagway; the Yukon territory, and Denali National Park. It’s spectacular scenery, but things start to go wrong almost immediately, leading Nancy to believe that whoever was behind the unsolved mayhem aboard the ship has followed them onto dry land. The girl detectives had better watch their steps—they’re on uncharted and unknown territory!
The good news: Bess, George, and I are on a train bound for Denali National Park, gazing at majestic Mount McKinley as we speed along. It’s truly awesome! The bad news: Someone — a creepy passenger or a disgruntled employee? — is still causing major trouble on the Arctic Star cruise ship, and now that we’re sightseeing on land, the danger has followed. Whoever it is has got even me in their sights — but I’ve been working undercover, so I have no idea how anyone discovered I’m a detective. With every step I take, I’m looking over my shoulder. The forty-ninth state sure is proving to be treacherous territory.