Mistletoe and Murder: A Murder Most Unladylike Mystery


Mistletoe and Murder: A Murder Most Unladylike Mystery Obviously Robin Stevens can t write these books quick enough.My daughter 11 absolutely loves these books So much so that she is permanently making notes and scribbles for mystery and murder books similar to these.These books certainly jog the imagination of the younger readers and I ve pretty much lost all conversation with my daughter when a new one of these books comes out. Set in Cambidge university this murder mystery really costs the concept of what is was like back in 1935 how the equality of race and gender I enjoyed the fact how Hazel was forming a pash on Alexanda and how too detective socities are joining forces to create the dream team. This book is probably my least favourite in the series and might be a little bit of a disappointment after Jolly foul play me, my sister and my best friends favourite in the series But don t be put off In this book Daisy and Hazel go to Daisy s brothers collage for ANOTHER try at having a PEACEFUL holiday with George and Alexander But Alas the four children find themselves mixed up in thrilling crime They discover who has comitted the murder in no time But it s a big suprise WRITTEN BY MY 10 YEAR OLD DAUGHTER Daisy Wells and Hazel Wong have been invited to stay at St Lucy s college, Cambridge The young detectives, who are working with another detective society, discover a few odd bits of behaviour from the Melling twins, and think that one of them may be murdered And yes, one of them is murdered, but not the right twin Can they discover who the murderer is before Christmas Day I would reccomend this book to readers between 8 13 years old, and if you enjoy Malory Towers, Famous Five or Mystery books, BUY THIS NOW A super book full of mystery and a great children s who done it A bit like Agatha Christie for kids My 12 year old daughter has all of these books and loved them all She cannot wait for the next one, so Robin Stevens needs to write another one soon Recommended for press teens up who like a who done it mystery. I love how Robin Stevens makes there be lots of little clues and at the end there is a big clue which makes Daisy and Hazel solve the case.written by Mathew Crawley age 7i did not love i would not recommend it because it was sometimes VERY boringwritten by the dowager countess age 10 this text may contain spoilers I loved how Alexander came back to the series and we got to meet George and how Daisy really found someone that she understood and who understood her I chose 5 stars because I loved how Hazel narrated it and overall how her mind and imagination functions, as she was explaining what had happened and how she didn t want Alfred to had done it so she instantly suggested someone else.Overall this is a very good book and I recommend it and I am excited to read the rest. This is an excellent detective series for any 10 11 year old Good detective story and the series continues to build and build. The fabulously festive fifth Murder Most Unladylike mystery It s Christmas, and the snow is falling in Cambridge, where the detective duo Daisy Wells and Hazel Wong are spending the festive period But Hazel s hopes of relaxing amongst the beautiful spires, cosy libraries and inviting tea rooms are dashed by the danger lurking in the dark stairwells of Maudlin College Two days before Christmas, there is a terrible accident At least, it appears to be an accident until the Detective Society look a little closer, and realise a murder has taken place Faced with several irritating grown ups and fierce competition from a rival agency, they must use all their cunning and courage to find the killer in time for Christmas Day, of course A superb puzzle Splendidly seasonalMetro Fabulous The Times This creates much suspicion and fun.This is an amazing enjoyable book to read but I recommend you to read jolly foul play before reading mistletoe and murder as it suggests lots of prices of the book especially the letters Hazel wrote.

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  • Mistletoe and Murder: A Murder Most Unladylike Mystery
  • Robin Stevens
  • 16 July 2017
  • 9780141369723

About the Author: Robin Stevens

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