Monday

The book I've wanted for SO long!

Hola Lexicans! Today I'm giving you a... murder mystery *encourages audience* *oooooo* First Class Murder!

Meet Hazel Wong and Daisy Wells - best friends, and members of the of the Wells and Wong Detective Society. Taking a holiday on the famous 'Orient Express', Hazel promises 'no more investigating'. But after they find out a spy is aboard the express, they can't help being curious. And then when a lady is found murdered in her locked room, this may be the Detective Society's trickiest, and most interesting investigation yet!

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Anything which says MURDER on the first page, will always grab my attention immediately! I absolutely murder mysteries, and I'd heard so much about this series, so when The Guardian: Children's Books, sent it to me, I was VERY excited! This book, though hard to get into, is very gripping, and intruiging! The author drops clues along the way, to allow you to interacte with the book; guessing about who committed the murder, even if you do get it wrong!!! For all murder lovers aged 9 - 12, this is a must!!

Thanks to the amazing Guardian Children's Book Site, for sending me this book! If you join them, you could be getting books through your post-box too!

5 comments:

  1. That sounds like a really cool book!

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    1. Thanks, and it really is! I TOTALLY recommend it to you! <3

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  2. Ooh, a mystery series! I haven't read one of these in awhile... Is it a part of a series? :)

    xoxo Morning

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    1. Thanks Morning, and yes it is part of a series (although this is the 3rd one, after Murder Most Unladylike, and Arsenic For Tea)! I'd really recommend it!

      xxx

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  3. Guardian sent me this too! I have actually not read murder most unladylike or arsenic for tea. But my friend says its fine to read the last one first. It is a proper mystery and quite challenging. (Not to read to solve)

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