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  2. The Dana Girls - Wikipedia

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    The Dana Girls. The Dana Girls was a series of young adult mystery novels produced by the Stratemeyer Syndicate. The title heroines, Jean and Louise Dana, are teenage sisters and amateur detectives who solve mysteries while at boarding school. The series was created in 1934 in an attempt to capitalize on the popularity of both the Nancy Drew ...

  3. Judy Bolton Series - Wikipedia

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    The Judy Bolton Mystery Series, written by Margaret Sutton, follows a realistic young woman who solves mysteries. Although the series was not quite as popular as Nancy Drew, Judy Bolton has been called a more complex and believable role model for girls. Judy was also unique in that halfway through the series, she married (something series book ...

  4. List of female detective characters - Wikipedia

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    Hazel Green is a resourceful girl in four books for children 1999–2003, by Odo Hirsch. Sophie Greenway is the detective in a culinary mystery series of books by American crime novelist Ellen Hart (debuted 1994). Lady Julia Grey is a sleuth in Victorian Britain in historical mysteries by Deanna Raybourn commenced 2007.

  5. Ginny Gordon - Wikipedia

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    Ginny Gordon. cover of first Ginny Gordon mystery. Ginny Gordon is the main character in a series of five mystery books for adolescent girls published by the Whitman Publishing Company of Racine, Wisconsin [1] from 1948 to 1956. The books were written by Julie Campbell Tatham, writing as Julie Campbell. Margaret Jervis was the illustrator.

  6. The 17 Best Cozy Mystery Books to Read This Winter - AOL

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    The Postscript Murders: A Mystery. After a 90-year-old woman named Peggy dies, the police have no reason to be suspicious. But Peggy used to be a "murder consultant" for authors, and Natalka, her ...

  7. List of female detective/mystery writers - Wikipedia

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    Elizabeth Fenwick and E. P. Fenwick (pseudonyms for Elizabeth Fenwick Way) Mary Fitt (pseudonym for Kathleen Freeman) (1897–1959) Joanne Fluke (born 1943) Gillian Flynn (born 1971) Elena Forbes. Karin Fossum (born 1954) Earlene Fowler (born 1954) Barbara Fradkin.

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