The Muddlemoor Mysteries: Peril at the Bake Off - Muddlemoor Mysteries (Paperback)
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The Muddlemoor Mysteries: Peril at the Bake Off - Muddlemoor Mysteries (Paperback)

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Paperback 192 Pages
Published: 04/03/2021
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It is the summer holiday and Joe Robinson and his cousins are staying with their granny in Muddlemoor village. The problem is . . . Muddlemoor is a hotspot for crime.

When Granny’s precious cake recipe goes missing days before the Great Village Bake Off, Joe, Tom and Pip are FLABBERGASTED. They KNOW that one of the neighbours has stolen it but the question is, WHO?

Publisher: Andersen Press Ltd
ISBN: 9781839130090
Number of pages: 192
Weight: 170 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 14 mm


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"'Forget Midsomer, Muddlemoor Village is a proper crime hotspot... The hunt for the missing recipe unfolds wonderfully and there’s a twist at the end that Agatha Christie would be proud of. Marta Kissi’s illustrations are really lovely too'" - Andrea Reece, Lovereading

"A really fun mystery for younger readers that shows how much trouble children can get themselves into when their imaginations run wild... an entertaining start to what I believe is a new series that I'm sure will be popular in libraries" - Cathy Petersen - Librarian, Netgalley

"A brilliant children's mystery story. Ruth Quayle has captured the essence of childhood when life is one big adventure... light-hearted and full of experience children can relate to... readers are going to absolutely love this story and I can't wait to share it with children" - Kate Heap, Netgalley

"A great, short chapter book for lower KS2. Children will be able to identify with the characters and will see the humour in some of the situations the cousins get themselves into. I can't wait to read more in this series" - Denise Forrest - Educator, Netgalley

"Full of fun and adventure, this is an exciting mystery that children will love being a part of! Quayle has written a humorous tale perfect for children 7+" - Emily Weston, The Teacher Bookworm

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“A village bake off, what could be more innocuous than that?”

The first in the Muddlemoor Mysteries.

A village bake off, what could be more innocuous than that? Cake, tea, flags and gentle competition…

How wrong can you be?

This is a tale of spies. Cake (specifically a three... More

Paperback edition
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“Bake off mysteries”

My 9 year old loved this, it kept her hooked.
Her review is a bit brief! , but she has told me it was very good and she loved the characters in there, especially Pip. She enjoyed the Bake Off style setting as... More

Paperback edition
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“Brilliant middle grade mystery”

A brilliant cozy mystery! It was short but sweet. Pip, Tom and Joe were hilarious and fantastic sleuths even though they did get the wrong end of the stick! The mystery was wrapped up nicely as it turns out it... More

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