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First Class Murder: A Murder Most Unladylike Mystery The Third Instalment In The Bestselling Murder Most Unladylike Series Just Like The Iconic Agatha Christie, Hazel And Daisy Have Boarded The Orient Express A Delight Hazel And Daisy Are Aboard The Orient Express Cue Spies, Priceless Jewels, A Murder And Seriously Upgraded Bun Breaks The Bookseller Addictive A Rumbustious Reworking Of Agatha Christie S Orient Express Caper New Statesman Daisy Wells And Hazel Wong Are Taking A Holiday On The World Famous Orient Express And It S Clear That Each Of Their Fellow First Class Passengers Has Something To Hide Even Intriguing There Is Rumour Of A Spy In Their Midst Then, During Dinner, There Is A Scream From Inside One Of The Cabins When The Door Is Broken Down, A Passenger Is Found Murdered, Her Stunning Ruby Necklace GoneBut The Killer Has Vanished As If Into Thin AirDaisy And Hazel Are Faced With Their First Ever Locked Room Mystery And With Competition From Several Other Sleuths, Who Are Just As Determined To Crack The Case

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3 thoughts on “First Class Murder: A Murder Most Unladylike Mystery

  1. says:

    I particularly enjoyed this third volume in the Murder Most Unladylike series, and I suspect part of the reason behind that was the strong presence of heroine Hazel Wong Don t get me wrong, Daisy Wells is a great character But, she strikes me as the spice that livens up the tale too much Daisy can begin to dim her appeal Here, the girls are on a European vacation hosted by Hazel s

  2. says:

    The third Wells and Wong mystery series takes place in a very familiar locale for anyone with a love of crime novels the Orient Express Robin Stevens s love for Agatha Christie s famous mystery is clear throughout the book Daisy even has a copy , but this is certainly not a retread of Murder of the Orient Express.Daisy Wells and Hazel Wong are on holiday in Europe with Hazel s father, who

  3. says:

    Daisy and Hazel come across a murder on the Orient Express, just like the Agatha Christie novel Obviously there are some major differences and I much prefer this detective duo to Poirot It s hard for them to investigate the death because they are travelling with Hazel s father who goes to great lengths in keeping them away from anything he deems inappropriate That made great reading because the g

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