Nancy Drew receives a call from Chantal, owner of Icicle Creek Lodge in the majestic Canadian Rockies.  Someone has been sabotaging the Lodge and its grounds.  Chantal wants the mystery solved so she can attract more of the “European jet-setting crowd.”  Ms. Drew agrees to assume the roles of cook and maid in order to identify the saboteur.

Yanni Volkstaia
This egotistical Olympic cross-country skier believes his competitors are spying on him and trying to rattle his nerves. The howling wolf and Nancy, he says, have been sent to distract him from his training! What is so secretive about his technique that he would like to get rid of all the guests at the lodge?
Lou Talbot
Recently graduated from the University of California - Brea, this suspect is a lot more mature and sophisticated than he seems. With his handsome features hidden behind his tousled bangs, he's a world of contradictions and complexities. He's the only one who says the wolf isn't responsible for the sabotage, but there's a lot more to the story that he's not telling.

Bill Kessler
An avid ice-fisherman who would like to spend his days catching record setting Northern Pikes at the lodge. The prowling wolf has put a damper on his trip, and he wants it destroyed. Even if it means destroying Icicle Creek Lodge. Could his obsession and hatred cause him to resort to sabotage?



Ollie Randall, the Lodge’s handyman, drives Nancy to meet her new employer.  Ollie isn’t happy that an amateur detective is there to investigate.  As they near the Lodge, the bunkhouse explodes into flames.  Immediately afterwards, Nancy hears a wolf’s lonely howl.

The resident handyman at Icicle Creek Lodge is tired of the wolf disrupting his day and terrorizing guests.  Shooting the wolf and mounting it on the wall will solve all of the resort's problems, or so he claims at least.  Could he be using the wolf as a cover for his own personal agenda?



The strange explosions and other occurrences have driven away most of the Icicle Creek guests.  A few, like Guadalupe Comillo, remain.  Guadalupe is an avid bird-watcher.  Strange that she seems to know so little about birds. A birdwatcher who knows very little about birds, but plenty about wolves.  This suspect arrived at the lodge just as the trouble with the wolf started, and she hasn't been frightened away yet. Is this suspect trying to scare away the other guests?



Nancy, now with the master key, has a chance to snoop around the guest rooms.  She also frequents the kitchen, where she cooks three meals a day.  The lodge stove is tricky.  If she isn’t careful, Nancy can accidentally start a fire…



Our intrepid sleuth ventures out of doors in pursuit of the saboteur.  Temperatures are freezing and deadly.   A Hypothermia Meter helps the gamer monitor Nancy’s condition as she goes ice fishing, snowmobiling…and as she dodges snowballs and avalanches. 



The ice shed near Icicle Lake.  It’s here on the lake that Nancy encounters a surprise that leaves her stranded on an ice floe, without her coat, trying to reach the shore.  Help is waiting -- though in an unexpected form.



Nancy reaches the warmth and safety of the Lodge once again.  But is it safe even here?  There are strange devices, codes, puzzles and clues to hidden passages.  There’s no predicting what will happen when the time comes to unlock the mystery of the Needle.



The ghostly White Wolf of Icicle Creek.  Nightmare?  Vision?  Or Dangerous Reality? 

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