I was flipping through the Fall Simon & Schuster catalog last night when I came across this:
Nancy Drew: Girl Detective
#21 CLOSE ENCOUNTERS
Nancy, Bess, and George head to Brody's Junction, Vermont, to fly down the slopes. Little do they realize they're in for flying saucers! Hundreds of tourists have invaded the town to watch the purported UFO sightings, which are odd enough. Odder still are reports of townspeople being abducted and the strange clues that seem to point to little green men as the culprits. Nancy's mantra, though, is "innocent until proven guilty," and she's hoping to have a close encounter with some hard facts before the town spins out of control.
A couple of things:
A) I'm not usually attracted to the new ND mysteries, but this plot might be too awesome for me to pass up.
B) I really like the cover.
C) Since when is Nancy's mantra "innocent until proven guilty"? I thought it was more "he's Rude and wearing a Tacky Suit and therefore must be Up To No Good".