Jolly Foul Play: A Murder Most Unladylike Mystery ePUB

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Jolly Foul Play: A Murder Most Unladylike Mystery (English Edition) This book is so good and there are lots of twists and turns which makes the book interesting.The book makes me feel as though anyone can be a detective and that everyone has a special talent to bring to the table Ooh, the series just got a little bit darker The charm of Deapdean is here the school setting gives the book a great, old fashioned atmosphere and I loved the fact that it s also dealing with a very modern theme bullying Daisy and Hazel work hard to uncover all of the clues and the reader has to work hard to put everything together The joy is that Stevens allows us to come to the correct conclusion a moment before the heroes reveal what has gone on, so there s the opportunity to feel jolly clever at having put it together Join Daisy and Hazel on their fourth murder mystery Ripping good fun The TimesThrilling Guardian As they return to Deepdean for a new school term, Daisy Wells and Hazel Wong are faced with some big changes For one, theres 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 TimesA delight Daily Mail This book is one of my favourite in the series although every other story in this group of books are wonderful too In this exciting murder mystery book, the head girl is killed during a fireworks display Everyone assumes it is an accident but Hazel and Daisy are convinced that she was murdered This story is full of twists and turns, changes in the plot and exciting discoveries and even the two master detectors are finding it hard to unravel this puzzling mystery Will they be able discover the true murderer before it us too late Brilliant booksMy daughter is now 12 but has been a fan for the past 2 yearsOwns all the books now and has them all in audible too Yet another corker by Robin Stevens I love these books They harp back to a time of jolly hockey sticks whilst keeping a sense of realism too how girls can bully each other and manipulate or humiliate but can also support each other too Themes that are pertinent today as ever I love the fact that Daisy Wells and Hazel Wong work through the details of the evidence they find to skilfully discover the murderer Although this book is aimed at the younger reader, I am 40 and they are a jolly good read A refreshing change from sordid or sleazy whodunnits. Just as good as the other three in the series, if not better It does take a bit of a darker tone than the first three, so watch out if you are reading to really young children who enjoyed the first 3. I think it is good especially because it teaches you a lot about friendship I like it how it has got their dorm mates in it Very gripping. Gosh this series is so much fun Daisy and Hazel are getting older and they re facing new tests of their friendship as well as the threat of a murderer In book 4 the big girls are causing problems bit then the head girl is murdered Who did it And where are all the mysterious pieces of paper with secrets on coming from I love this series it is the perfect mix of Enid Blyton esque boarding school stories and Agatha Christie style crime And although it s set in the 1930s, the cast of characters is diverse than the Blyton equivalents and poses questions about how people are treated and people s attitudes to those who are different But all this is done in a fun and readable way I don t want you to go away thinking that this is a preachy book, because it s not it s massively good fun Spoiler alert I rate this book 5 stars because all these books are absolutely amazing I like it when they make you suspect someone who didn t commit the crime On this one, though, they got it wrong Beanie was super brave and put her life in danger and nearly got killed It was a little third former Martha Grey who saved them Then daisy lied about the case to inspector Priestley and said that they suspected the murderer but they didn t Martha then told inspector Priestley that they suspected the person who got framed for it Binny was kidnapped by Una but she was justreally trying to keep her safe You see, secrets about the girls were being spread and Binny was doing it Una was keeping her safe from the murderer in an old dusty tunnel under the stairs that is always locked, Una was giving Binny food, drink and a blanket to sleep on.