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On Exhibit at Robeson: Watching the Teen Detectives

December 16, 2016
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Classic teen detective books are on display at Paul Robeson Library at Rutgers University-Camden.

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Many familiar teen detectives make an appearance in the exhibit which will run through January 20, 2017.

Confounded by the clue of the broken locket? Perplexed by the phantom of Pine Hill?

Thankfully no mystery is too big or too small for the crack team of literary teen detectives on display through January 20, 2017 at Paul Robeson Library.

Featuring many investigative ingénues from the infamous Stratemeyer Syndicate publishing group, the exhibit Watching the Teen Detectives highlights the detective work of Nancy Drew, the Dana Girls, Beverly Gray, Cherry Ames, Judy Bolton, Connie Blair, Penny Parker and Trixie Belden. Adding to the intrigue, boy detectives Biff Brewster, Ken Holt, Tom Quest, Rick Brant, and the Three Investigators are equally capable of collecting clues and catching criminals.