Petrucha's characterization and dialogue are simply superb. He cleverly works into the story each girl's "role" to better the plot. Bess' expertise in all things mechanical at one point takes center stage. George has never been portrayed tougher, except when in the original adventures written by Mildred Wirt Benson. In this tale, we see her backed into a corner but ready to fight. Nancy though for this volume takes the cake. Petrucha gives her the most dimensions. While George is ready to fight, it's Nancy who actually clobbers somebody. A softer side that cares about the world and the cousins balances her sharp intelligence and thirst to solve mysteries. Without a doubt, "Global Warning" is the one of the best in the newest series starring the Girl Detective. Read Full Review
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