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Behind the Green Door #2020

Behind the Green Door By Mildred A. Wirt Behind the Green Door Penny visits a ski resort and stumbles upon several mysteries Unknown enemies are trying to force the resort to close and during her investigations Penny discovers a mysterious green door in the res
  • Title: Behind the Green Door
  • Author: Mildred A. Wirt
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  • Page: 280
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Behind the Green Door By Mildred A. Wirt Penny visits a ski resort and stumbles upon several mysteries Unknown enemies are trying to force the resort to close, and during her investigations, Penny discovers a mysterious green door in the resort that leads to a room that can only be entered by invitation Meanwhile, a new acquaintance offers to sell Penny a fur coat inexpensively Penny investigates, solving allPenny visits a ski resort and stumbles upon several mysteries Unknown enemies are trying to force the resort to close, and during her investigations, Penny discovers a mysterious green door in the resort that leads to a room that can only be entered by invitation Meanwhile, a new acquaintance offers to sell Penny a fur coat inexpensively Penny investigates, solving all of the mysteries, scoops a rival reporter, and is rewarded with a new car.
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    About "Mildred A. Wirt"

    1. Mildred A. Wirt

      Mildred Augustine Wirt Benson aka Mildred Benson Writing under Stratemeyer Syndicate pen name Carolyn Keene from 1929 to 1947, she contributed to 23 of the first 25 originally published Nancy Drew mysteries She was one of 28 individuals who helped produce the Syndicate s Nancy Drew mystery books from 1929 to 1984 Edward Stratemeyer hired Benson in 1926 She was paid a flat fee of 125 for the first Nancy Drew book written using an outline provided by the syndicate.Other pseudonyms Frank Bell, Joan Clark, Julia K Duncan, Alice B Emerson, Frances K Judd, Don Palmer, Helen Louise Thorndyke, Dorothy West, Ann Wirt

    252 Comments

    1. No, this isn t the 1972 porno movie the exact opposite, in fact Behind the Green Door is Mildred A Wirt s fourth novel in her wholesome girl detective series featuring the curious and daring Penny Parker Penny Parker leaves her home in Riverview to fly out to a rustic ski resort in Pine Top that s owned by family friend Mrs Downey An unscrupulous hotelier named Harvey Maxwell is trying, by hook or crook, to force Mrs Downey out of business and have all of the tourist business to himself This sam [...]


    2. This is a fast paced mystery with plenty of action The plot is a bit simple, as you would expect for a book geared for young adults, but Penny Parker is a charming character Mildred Wirt wrote the Nancy Drew books using the Carolyn Keene pseudonym Unlike Nancy, Penny is assertive and doesn t mind breaking rules too much to solve her mysteries I enjoyed that Penny wasn t mooning over boys her goal was to solve the mystery and save her new friends and maybe wheedle a new car from her father for C [...]


    3. Colossally, hilariously bad Wirt never missed an opportunity for including an adverb, and the clues to the mystery were very over emphasized and over explained It was fun seeing the slice of life from long ago, and you can see parallels to Wirt s Nancy Drew books I hadn t looked to see what the original publication date was, and I had difficulty pinning it down, but the emphasis on cutting edge technology was entertaining, and seeing the freedoms that young women had or could have in fiction was [...]


    4. Out of the ones I read so far I liked this one best.The mystery, the question what s going on behind the eponymous green door, is build up in an engaging way There s lots of adventure and dangers for our daring young reporter and she s not going through it all unscathed.Sure, it s not great literature, but it s nigh perfect entertainment with a heroine who does act a bit young for her age but is inspiringly independent minded no less.Easily recommendable not only for girl readers.


    5. Penny Parker is a character Nancy Drew writer, Carolyn Keene wrote under her real name, Mildred A Wirt She created Penny Parker when she was told by her publishers that Nancy Drew was too feisty and independent The Penny Parker is a lot like Nancy Drew She s feisty and independent I enjoyed this book greatly Will be going back to read Penny Parker mystery books.


    6. This is my favorite Penny Parker story so far A fun cast of characters, of Penny s zany ideas and escapades, and a good mystery though Penny was a bit slow on one aspect of the mystery And no early 20th century racism I just love Penny Parker I even like her better than Nancy Drew, which I felt slightly traitorous about until I read that Millie Mildred Wirt, the author of both liked her better too She s got sass and she s not without fault Nancy is a bit too perfect Nancy Drew will always be a [...]


    7. Short and sweet Nancy Drew type mystery naturally, since the author penned several under the Carolyn Keene pseudonym , with a plucky, likable, independent heroine Very enjoyable I listened to a Librivox recording of this, and looked forward to each next installment on my commutes this week.


    8. Sleuthing Doesn t Get Any Better What an interesting ending Especiallyhind the Green Door Penny Parker mysteries are the best My Autumn 2015 Reading Program I love these mysteries I m ready for the next one



    9. Really liked this entry in the series The setting is terrific and the mystery pretty decent if not a wee bit obvious in some aspects.


    10. Okay, now this is my new favorite Penny Parker Penny is at a ski resort for Christmas vacation on her own as her father can t leave work because he is being sued for libel.


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