[Ebook] ➩ Jolly Foul Play: A Murder Most Unladylike Mystery ➨ Robin Stevens – Vehikool.co.uk

Jolly Foul Play: A Murder Most Unladylike Mystery Join Daisy And Hazel On Their Fourth Murder Mystery Ripping Good Fun The Times Thrilling Guardian As They Return To Deepdean For A New School Term, Daisy Wells And Hazel Wong Are Faced With Some Big Changes For One, There S A New Head Girl, Elizabeth Hurst, And A Team Of Prefects And These Bullying Big Girls Are Certainly Not Good Eggs Then, After The Fireworks Display On Bonfire Night, Elizabeth Is Found MurderedMany Girls At Deepdean Had Reason To Hate Elizabeth, But Who Might Have Committed Such Foul Play Could The Murder Be Linked To The Secrets And Scandals, Scribbled On Scraps Of Paper, That Are Suddenly Appearing Around The School And With Their Own Friendship Falling To Pieces, How Will Daisy And Hazel Solve This Mystery Top Class Financial Times A Delight Daily Mail


6 thoughts on “Jolly Foul Play: A Murder Most Unladylike Mystery

  1. says:

    I m a huge fan of Daisy and Hazel and have been following their adventures since the first book, Robin Stevens is a great writer I d recommend this to anyone who likes mysteries Also, I might or might not be on a campaign to get boys to read this, so far I ve got my brother hooked.


  2. says:

    Another good mystery, and a thought provoking story about bullying and the evils of telling other people s most devastating secrets There are some ugly moments, and ups and downs, and most of the girls enjoy cruel gossiping too much True to life, I m sure Well, the story is good, and the ending is satisfying Good book.


  3. says:

    Not strictly for adults, but maybe a bit blood thirsty for intermediate readers Enjoyable, but should be reviewed by a parent or teacher before being given to children.


  4. says:

    Hazel Wong and Daisy Wells, both aged fourteen in 1935, are back at Deepdean School for Girls, a prestigious boarding school for young English ladies Though technically Hazel isn t English at all she s been sent to England from Hong Kong by her Anglophile father to get a proper education , and she s determined not to disappoint him.But the two friends are also amateur detectives, and having already solved three murder mysteries, Daisy is


  5. says:

    The of these books I read, the I love this series I know they re hitting US shelves a few years behind the UK releases, but I hope this series continues for a long time Once again, Stevens impressed me with her blend of murder, mayhem, mystery and mawesome female characters I love how Daisy and Hazel s friendship has continued to grow and change over this series As the girls get older, they don t always see eye to eye and they have to learn how


  6. says:

    Another wonderful Wells and Wong detective story When the head girl at Deepdean School for Girls dies during a bonfire, Daisy and Hazel are on the case They witnessed how the victim and her group of big girl prefects had terrorized the younger girls at the school Malicious rumors and secrets began to turn up after the death Along with their dorm mates, they conclude that the prefects are the only viable suspects Hazel s voice , telling the story as she reco


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