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'The whole theatre seemed on edge. There was a feverish atmosphere seeping into every corner of the Rue, as though the whole cast was sickening. Daisy and I both knew that something was brewing.' Daisy Wells and Hazel Wong are off to the beautiful Rue Theatre in London, where they will face an entirely new challenge: acting. But behind the theatre's glittering facade, the g 'The whole theatre seemed on edge. There was a feverish atmosphere seeping into every corner of the Rue, as though the whole cast was sickening. Daisy and I both knew that something was brewing.' Daisy Wells and Hazel Wong are off to the beautiful Rue Theatre in London, where they will face an entirely new challenge: acting. But behind the theatre's glittering facade, the girls soon realise that there is trouble at the Rue. Jealousy, threats and horrible pranks quickly spiral out of control - and then one of the cast is found dead. As opening night looms closer, Hazel and Daisy must take centre stage and solve the crime . . . before the murderer strikes again.


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'The whole theatre seemed on edge. There was a feverish atmosphere seeping into every corner of the Rue, as though the whole cast was sickening. Daisy and I both knew that something was brewing.' Daisy Wells and Hazel Wong are off to the beautiful Rue Theatre in London, where they will face an entirely new challenge: acting. But behind the theatre's glittering facade, the g 'The whole theatre seemed on edge. There was a feverish atmosphere seeping into every corner of the Rue, as though the whole cast was sickening. Daisy and I both knew that something was brewing.' Daisy Wells and Hazel Wong are off to the beautiful Rue Theatre in London, where they will face an entirely new challenge: acting. But behind the theatre's glittering facade, the girls soon realise that there is trouble at the Rue. Jealousy, threats and horrible pranks quickly spiral out of control - and then one of the cast is found dead. As opening night looms closer, Hazel and Daisy must take centre stage and solve the crime . . . before the murderer strikes again.

30 review for Death in the Spotlight

  1. 5 out of 5

    Lauren James

    I would die for Daisy and Hazel. My favourite detectives had their best adventure yet, including Daisy's coming out as LGBT! Robin writes the most diverse, authentic, wonderfully researched historical fiction. It's full of BAME and LGBT characters of all ages. She is doing such valuable work bringing younger LGBT role models to the world of MG/YA. Daisy and Hazel are 15 now - I can't wait to see where their next adventure takes them! A really great article by Robin about this: https://www.penguin. I would die for Daisy and Hazel. My favourite detectives had their best adventure yet, including Daisy's coming out as LGBT! Robin writes the most diverse, authentic, wonderfully researched historical fiction. It's full of BAME and LGBT characters of all ages. She is doing such valuable work bringing younger LGBT role models to the world of MG/YA. Daisy and Hazel are 15 now - I can't wait to see where their next adventure takes them! A really great article by Robin about this: https://www.penguin.co.uk/articles/ch...

  2. 4 out of 5

    Rachael Eyre

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This is the seventh book in the Murder Most Ladylike series. By this point the characters and plots run along like clockwork. I wouldn't say it was one of the better instalments, though I adored the setting. I've always loved stories about putting on a performance - maybe a hang up from the Muppets? The mystery itself earns points for ingenuity. It would seem far fetched if murderers hadn't pulled off similar ruses for far less reason than Rose does here. The part that stands out most for me is t This is the seventh book in the Murder Most Ladylike series. By this point the characters and plots run along like clockwork. I wouldn't say it was one of the better instalments, though I adored the setting. I've always loved stories about putting on a performance - maybe a hang up from the Muppets? The mystery itself earns points for ingenuity. It would seem far fetched if murderers hadn't pulled off similar ruses for far less reason than Rose does here. The part that stands out most for me is the stunning revelation, roughly halfway through the book, that Daisy is gay. I'd long speculated and hoped for this, but never thought Robin Stevens would actually go there in a mainstream children's story. Unless a book is specifically *for* LGBT youth, it's always teachers, aunties and other extras. So the fact one of the leads in such a successful franchise should be a lesbian - and the pretty, posh, feminine Daisy at that - made me shriek with joy. Later we learn one of the minor characters is a gay man, and it mentions the unfair, prejudiced laws of the time. I expect some parents will be outraged, and say they'll never let their kids read one of these books again, but it isn't for them. Stevens provides a lovely afterword where she explains about Section 28 and other homophobic legislation. She is a true ally and I love her. I can't wait to see how the series develops.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Mehsi

    “For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo.” Hazel and Daisy are spending some time at Uncle Felix (and Aunt Lucy) after a very exciting few weeks (Hong Kong), and that is how they eventually stumble in the Rue Theatre, in the production of Romeo and Juliet, and from there of course murder just seems to follow them. These girls just can't escape mystery and murder, even if Hazel can do without the dead bodies. :P We had tons and tons of theatre in this one. Daisy and Haz “For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo.” Hazel and Daisy are spending some time at Uncle Felix (and Aunt Lucy) after a very exciting few weeks (Hong Kong), and that is how they eventually stumble in the Rue Theatre, in the production of Romeo and Juliet, and from there of course murder just seems to follow them. These girls just can't escape mystery and murder, even if Hazel can do without the dead bodies. :P We had tons and tons of theatre in this one. Daisy and Hazel both have roles. Though Hazel's is only tiny, but that mostly has to do with the fact that Hazel just doesn't like standing in the spotlight. Which is exactly like me. It was a delight to see the girls practice their roles, meet the cast, see all the ways the theatre worked, and of course then there are the threats, the murder, and more. Book got more and more exciting as the pages flipped by. Daisy's crush on Martita was just the most adorable ever. I wonder if Martita noticed (I am kind of hoping she did). But this book also was much more important as it featured a coming out of one of our two main characters. Namely Daisy! I was just so delighted to see it happen, I had my suspicions already and was wondering what the author would do with it. Sometimes authors just let these things simmer and nothing happens, but in this one Daisy finally works up the guts to step out of the closet and tell her best friend why she is so eager about Martita. Of course, Hazel and her amazing detective skills (and friend skills) already had a suspicion about it. I loved how they had a chat about it, and how they both became even closer friends now this is all out in the open. I do say again that Daisy's attitude is at times quite too much for me. She is still acting like she is better than Hazel, and if Hazel tries to do something else she gets all grumpy about it. Yes, I do see some improvement on the field. She is grudgingly complimenting Hazel, and it seems she is quite proud of her best friend. But there is still tons of room for it. And it would also be nice if Daisy wouldn't be so eh about Hazel liking boys, or specifically Alexander. You expect her to respect you, but yeah, respect works both ways. Please understand that for once. But I do feel that both girls grew quite a lot with all that happened in this book so I have good hopes for the next books. Whodunnit? I had tons of suspects, and as the book continued the list dwindled down, but again the author wrote the murderer and the reasons why so well that ending took me by surprise yet again! I just adore it about this series, you are really involved with the girls, you want to solve the mystery, but there are always tiny little bits that don't click together until the end. It is totally different from so many other mystery books that I read. I often find out the whodunnit way before the ending, and while that is also fun at times, this is tons and tons more fun. I had such a big laugh when Daisy got sick. Not because I found it funny she was sick, but how she acted throughout it and how she at first all like that she wouldn't get sick, and then she just dropped on the floor with high fevers. I loved that we see Alexander and George again. And that they had the chance to help out the girls with the case. I wasn't a fan of Lysander. Especially not as the story progressed. He was just a creepy, creepy man with a too big ego and a tendency to go violent. Yay for Inspector Priestley popping up again, I still love how he treats the girls, how he (mostly) lets them do their detecting and figuring out clues. Our girls are also learning that growing up isn't always the most fun thing. For instance while in previous books they could still get away with things, they are now growing up. Which means a whole slew of things. For instance they can't act like children, they are now often seen as young ladies. Hiding? Isn't getting easier, especially not for Hazel. I am glad that both are learning other skills. Hazel is learning codes and Daisy is trying out disguises (Hazel's reactions to them had me laughing). I hope the next book takes place at Deepdean again, I love that these past books took place elsewhere, but I miss Deepdean, I miss seeing the other girls. Plus I am just a big fan of boarding school stories (especially when combined with mystery and murder). All in all, a fabulous, exciting book with theatre, friendship, a coming out, and more. I can't wait for the next book! Review first posted at https://twirlingbookprincess.com/

  4. 5 out of 5

    Laura Noakes

    Whip smart mystery that had me guessing to the end, but what I really love about this series is Daisy and Hazel and the relationship between them. It's grown so beautifully since the first book and I love how complex and intertwined it is--a reflection that mirrors reality. This is Robin's best book yet, I adore her inclusion of BAME and LGBTQA+ characters, and I'm so glad that kids are going to be able to see their realties in this book. Also, an EPIC takedown of the British Empire was undertak Whip smart mystery that had me guessing to the end, but what I really love about this series is Daisy and Hazel and the relationship between them. It's grown so beautifully since the first book and I love how complex and intertwined it is--a reflection that mirrors reality. This is Robin's best book yet, I adore her inclusion of BAME and LGBTQA+ characters, and I'm so glad that kids are going to be able to see their realties in this book. Also, an EPIC takedown of the British Empire was undertaken in one line. Can't wait for the next one.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Emma Rose Ribbons

    Dear Death in the Spotlight, I LOVE you. I wish I could keep you in my pocket every day as a reminder of all things good and sweet - female friendship, love for everyone not just a few, adventures for everyone not just a few, good stories, and of course, bunbreaks. You even have a mention for Harry Potter - you can't be more perfect. I'll miss you so very much. Yours, Emma Dear Death in the Spotlight, I LOVE you. I wish I could keep you in my pocket every day as a reminder of all things good and sweet - female friendship, love for everyone not just a few, adventures for everyone not just a few, good stories, and of course, bunbreaks. You even have a mention for Harry Potter - you can't be more perfect. I'll miss you so very much. Yours, Emma

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jasmine

    Just about the same level of quality as the rest of the series, which is to say effortlessly excellent. This is such a good adventure series, such a good historical series, such a good character series, and such a good mystery series.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Nic

    I don't want to spoil anything for people who haven't read it yet, but ahhhhhhhhhhhh Stevens did the thing I've been wanting her to do for more than half the series now ahhhhhhhhhhhhh Anyway. Breathe. Daisy and Hazel are on an extended break from London after the trip to Hong Kong, Uncle Felix sends them to a nearby theatre to keep them out of trouble (ha), and this is possibly my favourite in the series so far. It's got a clever mystery that's perfectly aligned with the setting, it's got various I don't want to spoil anything for people who haven't read it yet, but ahhhhhhhhhhhh Stevens did the thing I've been wanting her to do for more than half the series now ahhhhhhhhhhhhh Anyway. Breathe. Daisy and Hazel are on an extended break from London after the trip to Hong Kong, Uncle Felix sends them to a nearby theatre to keep them out of trouble (ha), and this is possibly my favourite in the series so far. It's got a clever mystery that's perfectly aligned with the setting, it's got various recurring characters (Inspector Priestley, George and Alexander, Felix), and it's got further character development for our leads (Hazel's growing self-confidence goes hand-in-hand with growing assertiveness in her friendship with Daisy, and in her relationship to England, metropole of empire; she's also having Thoughts about her role as narrator). There are also several hints that the bubble in which the girls live - and can operate largely undetected - is getting increasingly fragile as they get older. Can't wait for the next.

  8. 4 out of 5

    hisjdkhfg

    4.25 stars!!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Victoria (Eve's Alexandria)

    Absolutely everything I wanted it to be, and capped off by some awesome acknowledgements at the end. Did I mention that I ADORE this series. Robin Stevens cannot write them fast enough.

  10. 5 out of 5

    16BlandfordI

    This, like all the others, was an amazing book! They are great books to read, and was a great read throughout. I loved this book especially, because it was set in a theatre and was about show business. In this particular book, it really showed Hazel and Daisy as girls, and how they are becoming young ladies.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Kirsty

    another enjoyable addition to the series

  12. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. That was the most unexpected ending ever! I thought it was Annie, but when she died... I couldn't put it down! Definitely a must read! That was the most unexpected ending ever! I thought it was Annie, but when she died... I couldn't put it down! Definitely a must read!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jenn Morgans

    Is this the best Detective Society book yet? Maybe! I’m a delighted MESS.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Charlotte Holmans

    Another wonderful book!!!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Karen Barber

    With the Detective Society being sent to Daisy’s Uncle Felix for their own protection, this could have been a bit of a damp squib. Fear not, the irrepressible Daisy and Hazel seem to sniff out suspicious circumstances without even trying, and number seven in the series is no exception to the rule. Daisy and Hazel are growing up and as they approach fifteen it’s interesting to see how society tries to dictate what they should do. The duo are a delight to read. Working together like so many famous d With the Detective Society being sent to Daisy’s Uncle Felix for their own protection, this could have been a bit of a damp squib. Fear not, the irrepressible Daisy and Hazel seem to sniff out suspicious circumstances without even trying, and number seven in the series is no exception to the rule. Daisy and Hazel are growing up and as they approach fifteen it’s interesting to see how society tries to dictate what they should do. The duo are a delight to read. Working together like so many famous duos, these two get caught up in a most intriguing case and the story fizzes along. Much of our story is set in the theatre where Daisy and Hazel have been sent for their own protection. Unfortunately, the lead actress is being threatened and when her body is discovered in a well underneath the theatre it doesn’t take long for the Detective Society to spring into action. While the solving of the murder is at the fore, I loved that there’s so many other things going on. The backdrop of the theatre and production of Romeo and Juliet was fascinating, and the historical details to flesh out some aspects of the story were a nice touch. There may be shock from some quarters at the direction in which Stevens takes things, but I think it’s important that we see an array of characters in stories for young adults. What was great to see was the acceptance from our main characters of those who - in the wider world - are seen as ‘different’. In Daisy’s words ‘it’s idiotic’ to see how skin colour or sexuality could cause such an issue. The case is meticulously investigated and the girls flirt with danger. There’s death and intrigue, but everything works out in the end. I laughed out loud at Uncle Felix’s assertion that nice child detectives stick to smuggling cases, and applaud Stevens for letting Daisy and Hazel take centre stage in their own story.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Shawne

    Not quite as sharp as Robin Stevens can be at her very best, but still a delightful little page-turner with quite a clever twist. I loved tagging along with Daisy and Hazel as they suddenly found themselves on a West End stage, trying to solve a murder in one of London's iconic (albeit fictional) theatres. I did find the continuity with the last book in the series a bit lacking though - Hazel mentions Hong Kong a few times but the scars that must have been left on her from the last mystery can't Not quite as sharp as Robin Stevens can be at her very best, but still a delightful little page-turner with quite a clever twist. I loved tagging along with Daisy and Hazel as they suddenly found themselves on a West End stage, trying to solve a murder in one of London's iconic (albeit fictional) theatres. I did find the continuity with the last book in the series a bit lacking though - Hazel mentions Hong Kong a few times but the scars that must have been left on her from the last mystery can't have gone away. This is unusual, because Daisy's own unease with what happened at Fallingford is repeatedly mentioned throughout the series. Strange for Hazel to seemingly have next to no side-effects after what happened in Hong Kong! Nonetheless, one of the best things about this series is Stevens' commitment to making her fiction representative - of young girls and women, of people of colour, of different sexualities. For a boarding school series set in the 1930s, that's remarkable indeed. And to pull off the character development that she does in this book for Daisy Wells is all the more impressive because of how normal, natural and plainly wonderful it's made out to be. Both in the ways other characters react, but also for real-world readers, who have come to know and love Daisy. (Not to spoil anything here, but let's just say this is nothing like how JK Rowling wrote Dumbledore. Ahem.) This truly is one of the best series out there right now for young readers (and not-so-young readers like yours truly). It doesn't talk down to them even as it opens their eyes to the way the world has always been - and, in many ways, ought to be. I'm so glad to be along for this ride, and can't wait to see where Daisy and Hazel go next!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Bubbles

    You know those rare gems of books that you know are going to be amazing so you take your time because you don’t want to read it too quickly but you also get so wrapped up in it that you’re transported to another world and you just CAN’T STOP reading and you know the end will be amazing but then your expectations get blown to the MOON and your whole mind is just BLOWN and you’re just lying on the floor like ‘what the heck did I just read’? This book is one of those gems. It features: - A tantalisin You know those rare gems of books that you know are going to be amazing so you take your time because you don’t want to read it too quickly but you also get so wrapped up in it that you’re transported to another world and you just CAN’T STOP reading and you know the end will be amazing but then your expectations get blown to the MOON and your whole mind is just BLOWN and you’re just lying on the floor like ‘what the heck did I just read’? This book is one of those gems. It features: - A tantalising murder mystery that will honestly keep you guessing until the very end - Girl power! - Witty remarks - Diversity (representation of the lgbt community and people of colour) - Incredible writing from one of my all-time favourite authors - Uncle Felix and Aunt Lucy (aka crime-fighting legends) - Alexander and George (aka also crime-fighting legends - Bridget the maid (who honestly is also a low-key crime-fighting legend) - The stars of the show - no pun intended - The Honourable Daisy Wells and Hazel Wong! - Bunbreaks (but of course) - MAPS, GLORIOUS MAPS - Suspect Lists The last thing I have to say is that I have grown up reading these books, and they honestly mean so much to me. I can’t even express what the feeling I get is when I read them. Daisy and Hazel are two of my favourite heroines, and whenever I’m pulled over to their world I feel like I’m right there, fighting crime and solving murders with them. I love these books so much. Robin Stevens, please keep writing these! ❤️

  18. 4 out of 5

    Gerry

    For me, this was not one of the best books in the series. It was too drawn out, the plot dragged on and on and I was waiting for the end, not for any denouement but so that I could put it down and move on. At least I did manage to finish it. The setting of the Rue Theatre with a production of 'Romeo and Juliet' pending was admirable and the bitchiness, rivalry and jealousness of the characters was portrayed with genuine venom, so much so that the incidents that happened could have been carried o For me, this was not one of the best books in the series. It was too drawn out, the plot dragged on and on and I was waiting for the end, not for any denouement but so that I could put it down and move on. At least I did manage to finish it. The setting of the Rue Theatre with a production of 'Romeo and Juliet' pending was admirable and the bitchiness, rivalry and jealousness of the characters was portrayed with genuine venom, so much so that the incidents that happened could have been carried out by any one of them and it made it difficult for Daisy Wells and Hazel Wong, with some later help from the Pinkerton Boys, George and Alexander, to fathom out exactly whodunnit. But it seemed oh, so slow moving. The sexuality of Daisy was nicely expressed, too, and at the end of the book the author wrote an erudite explanation of the situation in her notes. I particularly enjoyed these notes and thought it was a nice idea. When it came time to reveal who had done the evil deeds, a factor came into play that was very much out of the blue and I couldn't quite grasp the significance of it - but I think that may be me rather than the author ... and that may well be the case with the book as a whole as I am going through a period of concentration loss when reading at the moment. I have enjoyed others in this series but this one was what could be classed as an agreeable disappointment. Sorry, Robin Stevens.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    Listened as an audio book. I just love these books!! I love how they deal with so many issues, like same sex relationships, the role of women, how teenagers on the cusp on adulthood should act and racism. It is mentioned and part of the story, but it never feels like it has been forced in, to be 'preachy'. In fact, it is all dealt with perfectly! It was great to see how Daisy develops in this book, it was good to see her 'rattled' and not knowing how to act in front of someone who makes her feel u Listened as an audio book. I just love these books!! I love how they deal with so many issues, like same sex relationships, the role of women, how teenagers on the cusp on adulthood should act and racism. It is mentioned and part of the story, but it never feels like it has been forced in, to be 'preachy'. In fact, it is all dealt with perfectly! It was great to see how Daisy develops in this book, it was good to see her 'rattled' and not knowing how to act in front of someone who makes her feel unsure. Hazel, as always, is my favourite character, her view of England and the murder story is very insightful and, I feel, that a lot of people will identify with her. I know that she reminds me of how I acted and felt when I was younger. Cannot wait to read/listen the next book.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Alicia

    http://wordnerdy.blogspot.com/2018/10... YAYYYY it’s a new Wells and Wong mystery!! Just what I needed at this precise moment in time. In this seventh outing, the girls are spending some time in London with Uncle Felix and his new wife, who decide to get the girls bit parts in a local production of Romeo and Juliet to keep them out of trouble. But then the leading lady starts receiving threatening notes, and the Detective Society is on the case! With the help of some old friends, of course. There http://wordnerdy.blogspot.com/2018/10... YAYYYY it’s a new Wells and Wong mystery!! Just what I needed at this precise moment in time. In this seventh outing, the girls are spending some time in London with Uncle Felix and his new wife, who decide to get the girls bit parts in a local production of Romeo and Juliet to keep them out of trouble. But then the leading lady starts receiving threatening notes, and the Detective Society is on the case! With the help of some old friends, of course. There is a hilarious bout of the flu here, as well as a revelation about Daisy that I was pleased by, to say the least (I might have started crying, but things are a bit emotional these days). And of course very solid mystery plotting, as always. Anyway, I am grateful to Robin Stevens for these books and recommend them to everyone. A.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Mark Doherty

    A good friend of mine who is a blood traitor absolutely adores British authors. This friend was born in Ireland but has turned his back on his homeland. You mention Hozier, Gavin James or U2 he will not hear it. However you mention Adele, Coldplay or McBusted and he loves it. The English have him badly corrupted. Not onto the book. I am a big ban of Stevens books. In my opinion they are a perfect size. Every one of Steven’s novels are very entertaining. I am looking forward to more in the series A good friend of mine who is a blood traitor absolutely adores British authors. This friend was born in Ireland but has turned his back on his homeland. You mention Hozier, Gavin James or U2 he will not hear it. However you mention Adele, Coldplay or McBusted and he loves it. The English have him badly corrupted. Not onto the book. I am a big ban of Stevens books. In my opinion they are a perfect size. Every one of Steven’s novels are very entertaining. I am looking forward to more in the series. My favourite in the series was First Class Murder. However all of the novels have been excellent and the quality has been consistent.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    Oh this was DELIGHTFUL. Hazel and Daisy's friendship just gets better as the series goes on. The cases are always fun, the characters are compelling and so likeable, and they're just such lovely books to read. My favourite Hazel and Daisy interaction this time round has to have been: "Isn't London exciting, Hazel? I can't wait until I'm twenty. I shall go dancing all night and not bother with sleep at all." "I will. Even when I'm twenty." "Well then, I shall come and wake you up in the morning so we Oh this was DELIGHTFUL. Hazel and Daisy's friendship just gets better as the series goes on. The cases are always fun, the characters are compelling and so likeable, and they're just such lovely books to read. My favourite Hazel and Daisy interaction this time round has to have been: "Isn't London exciting, Hazel? I can't wait until I'm twenty. I shall go dancing all night and not bother with sleep at all." "I will. Even when I'm twenty." "Well then, I shall come and wake you up in the morning so we can have breakfast together.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Tammie

    Read- March 2020 - It's only been about a month since I last read this series but I forgot how much I adored these books. My only problem with this book was that Daisy became insufferable again, much like she was in the first two books but that didn't stop it being a 5 Star read for me. It will be strange for me to read the next book because I'll be moving onto reading it physically rather than via audiobook but I'm sure I will still adore book 8. Read- March 2020 - It's only been about a month since I last read this series but I forgot how much I adored these books. My only problem with this book was that Daisy became insufferable again, much like she was in the first two books but that didn't stop it being a 5 Star read for me. It will be strange for me to read the next book because I'll be moving onto reading it physically rather than via audiobook but I'm sure I will still adore book 8.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Lucinda Tomlinson

    I really, really can't pick a favourite between these books. A murder at a theatre? Brilliant, especially with the return of my favourite side characters Uncle Felix and Aunt Lucy (couple goals if ever I read them). These girls continue to grow into themselves and I love a good bit of representation. I really, really can't pick a favourite between these books. A murder at a theatre? Brilliant, especially with the return of my favourite side characters Uncle Felix and Aunt Lucy (couple goals if ever I read them). These girls continue to grow into themselves and I love a good bit of representation.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Willow Rosenberg

    I might have cried a little bit of happiness while reading certain scenes... I don't think representation is spoilers so I'll tell you: I really connected with the LGBT+ aspects of the story. I feel so warm and seen. So respectfully and beautifully done ♥ I hope you for a happy ending for all the characters in the next two books. I might have cried a little bit of happiness while reading certain scenes... I don't think representation is spoilers so I'll tell you: I really connected with the LGBT+ aspects of the story. I feel so warm and seen. So respectfully and beautifully done ♥ I hope you for a happy ending for all the characters in the next two books.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Niamh

    5 stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ This book was by far my favourite of the series. Each chapter had a twist that you weren’t expecting and it was nice for the Junior Pinkertons to appear again. It had a clear storyline and many parts were unexpected. This book made me feel happy and made me think and the same time. A classic Whodunnit with an unpredictable ending. You are a true genius to work it out!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Christine

    I love these books SO MUCH. They are perfectly charming and wonderful, just like Hazel and Daisy.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Sophie

    *4.5 stars* I want to read about Hazel and Daisy forever please and thank you.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Cho

    This was everything I did not even dare to hope it would be. I love these books so much.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Pili

    Another fun and twisty adventure, and this one took me forever to guess, so YAY!!

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