GINNIE AND THE MYSTERY HOUSE by Catherine Woolley

GINNIE AND THE MYSTERY HOUSE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The latest story about Ginny and Geneva is readable enough but it may disappoint some faithful followers of the girls' experiences, for this starts off as a mystery with the standard props, a strange house, a mysterious old lady, things that go bump in the night, etc., but all the phenomena which seemed mysterious have rational explanations -- in effect, a build-up for a let-down. The girls do uncover the old lady's missing securities stashed away in the attic where she had placed them and forgotten them, but one feels a little cheated at the end, although the girls have fun in New York and go sleighriding in the course of the story.

Pub Date: Sept. 11th, 1957
Publisher: Morrow