A Question of Guilt

A Question of Guilt

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name = A Question of Guilt
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author = Carolyn Keene
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country = United States
language = English
series = Hardy Boys & Nancy Drew
genre = Young adult, Mystery
publisher = Simon Pulse
pub_date = March 1, 1996
english_pub_date =
media_type = Print (Hardcover)
pages = 224 pp
isbn = ISBN 067150293X
preceded_by = Secrets of the Nile
followed_by = Islands of Intrigue

"A Question of Guilt" is a novel in the Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew super mystery series.

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