THE NANCY DREW COOKBOOK: Clues to Good Cooking.

New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (1973). First edition. INSCRIBED BY "KEENE" AKA HARRIET ADAMS. Adams was the daughter of Edward Stratemeyer, creator of the Nancy Drew series and owner of the "Carolyn Keene" pseudonym. Stratemeyer hired freelancers writers to complete the books including Mildred Wirt Benson, who fleshed out the Nancy Drew character and wrote the best known books in the series. Adams created many of the plot lines for the books, oversaw the many writers, and later rewrote many of the titles in the series in an effort to update them. Glossy paper boards with photograrphic cover. Very good or better with spine ends and corners bumped and rubbed. GREETINGS TO A GOURMET COOK FROM A BOOK COOK.
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