Out of the two, which book do you think ended its respective continuity the best?

Process Of Elimination (April 1998, Casefiles continuity 1986-1998)
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Stage Fright (July 2012, Undercover Brothers/Girl Detective continuity, 2004-2012)
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The Two Continuity Ending Super Mystery's
« on: August 18, 2012, 05:27:56 AM »
So with Stage Fright ending the Undercover Brothers/Girl Detective continuity, I thought that I'd set up a poll too see whether Process of Elimination or Stage Fright ended their continuity the best.
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Re: The Two Continuity Ending Super Mystery's
« Reply #1 on: August 18, 2012, 11:18:00 AM »
That's cool- I would need to read both before I could really say though, I guess. I would lean toward the original 1988 Supermysteries series just because I'm much more of a fan of that continuity for The Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew- but in terms of how well the books are written and how they wrap up their respective series, that would be harder to say. (At least until I go through and read all of the books- I'm almost there with the '88 series. I haven't even started on the '07 series.)
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