Nancy and her friends are volunteering to help out families in neighboring towns who've lost their homes due to major flooding. Helping Homes is doing a project to build apartments for the displaced families and the two-time state basketball champions, the Lowell University Bullets arrive to help . . . but then awful things start to happen. Someone is sabotaging all their hard work-spray painting threats on the walls and tampering with the water valve to ruin the building-Nancy is determined to figure out who is doing this and why. Is all this trouble the product of a basketball feud . . . or something much larger?
When heavy rains washed out the low-lying towns around River Heights, my friends and I knew we had to help. That's when we hooked up with Helping Homes to build apartments. Then the two-time state champion basketball team, the Lowell University Bullets, showed up -- and the waters, so to speak, turned murky.
While George couldn't be happier about working close to J. C. Valdez, the Bullets' star forward, not everyone around us is a fan. Take the person who is destroying our work and spray painting threats to J. C. on the walls, for starters. Is this the product of some basketball feud, or something much larger? I may be up to my elbows in sheet rock, but that won't slow my sleuthing. . . .
Carolyn Keene is the author of the ever-popular Nancy Drew books.
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