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Murder Most Unladylike Pack x 4 Award-winning author/illustrator Pack

by Robin Stevens (author)

Suitable for 11 - 13 years

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Product description

It’s Agatha Christie meets Malory Towers – and every bit as great as that sounds. Picnics, hi-jinks and jolly evil crimes. At Deepdean School for Girls, the game is afoot. (As the great Sherlock Holmes might say.) Hazel Wong and Daisy Wells have started a detective agency, and they’re waaaay busy. Yup: their cosy little world is a veritable hothouse of iniquity and crime. The cases keep coming in: poisoned party guests, dead teachers and the strange case of Lavinia’s missing tie. (Though they’re not sure if that counts.) Can Wells and Wong stay bezzies and stay sane with so much wickedness about?

  • Crime thrillers set at a 1930s girls’ boarding school
  • Totally addictive take on the classic mystery genre
  • The first book was nominated for the Carnegie Medal
  • “Irresistible … A brilliant detective duo” – Bookbag

Product Details

Format

Paperback

Date published

August 4th, 2016

Condition

New

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  1. ghostmilky14797
    on 28 May 2017

    Daisy Wells and Hazel Wong don’t know what trouble they are going to face. These books are mysterious and are full of murder.

    How will they prove who did the murder…?