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New Year's Evil
House name Carolyn Keene
Cover artist Frank Morris[1]
Publication information
Publisher Archway Paperbacks[2]
Producer Mega-Books of New York[2]
Publication date November 1991[2]
Media type Paperback
ISBN ISBN 0-671-67467-6
Series Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys SuperMystery
Preceded by High Survival
Followed by Tour of Danger


New Year's Evil is the 11th book in Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys SuperMystery series. It was first published in November 1991 by Archway Paperbacks (an imprint of Simon & Schuster).

Back cover summary

NANCY DREW heads for Quebec City to investigate sabotage on the set of the romantic TV thriller Dangerous Loves. But the action behind the scenes is far more chilling than anything on camera. Somebody is secretly determined to turn the film into a flop. The movie's title adds an ominous twist to the case when Bess falls for its very attractive star -- one of Nancy's prime suspects.


FRANK and JOE HARDY are also in Quebec for the Winter Carnival's spectacular auto ice-racing event. But they soon find themselves in a race of their own -- to catch a murderer! Racing champion Andre Junot has turned up dead. At the same time a photographer from the movie set has turned up missing. Nancy, Frank, and Joe form a single resolution: infiltrate the criminal conspiracy.[1]


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  • This book takes place between December 27 and January 1.
  • Even though the back cover says that the Hardy's are there for the Winter Carnival, the Quebec Winter Carnival takes place from late-January to early-February. The Hardy's do witness events that lead up to the Winter Carnival, including a shoot for a TV commercial, but they do not attend the Winter Carnival.


  1. 1.0 1.1 The Hardy Boys Encyclopedia
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 The Hardy Boys & Nancy Drew Archive

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