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Murder Most Unladylike: Special Signed Hardback Edition (Hardback)
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Murder Most Unladylike: Special Signed Hardback Edition (Hardback)

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Hardback 368 Pages / Published: 06/06/2019
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*A signed anniversary edition of the first award-winning mystery, with an exclusive, brand-new chapter!*

Daisy Wells and Hazel Wong have started their own detective agency at Deepdean School for Girls, but they're struggling to find any real mysteries to solve (Lavinia's missing tie doesn't count).

All that is about to change when Hazel discovers the Science Mistress lying dead in the Gym. And the mystery only deepens when the body disappears before the girls can alert anyone.

Can the detective duo not only solve the murder, but prove that there was a murder in the first place - before the police get there first?

The first thrilling story in the bestselling Murder Most Unladylike series.

'Ripping good fun' - The Times

Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
ISBN: 9780241397374
Number of pages: 368
Weight: 580 g
Dimensions: 223 x 160 x 34 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
Ripping good fun * The Times *
A skilful blend of golden era crime novel and boarding school romp . . . Top class * Financial Times *
Friendship, boarding school and a murder worthy of Agatha Christie * The Bookseller *
Plotting is what sets this book apart * Telegraph *
An addictive debut, full of wit, panache and iced-bun breaks * Metro *
Enormous fun * Irish Times *
Irresistible . . . The plot twists and turns like nobody's business * The Bookbag *
Part murder mystery, part diary, and a pitch-perfect snapshot of adolescent friendship * Publishers Weekly *
I envy any young reader discovering this enchanting new series and writer . . . A real treat -- Amanda Craig
I absolutely loved it -- Susie Day
Children's Book Group - Murder Most Unladylike

Children's Book Group - Murder Most Unladylike

Gateshead
Saturday 3rd August 11:00 - 12:00

Join us on Saturday 3rd August from 11-12 for our children's book group where we will be donning our detective hats as we dissect the hugely popular Murder Most Unladylike by Robin Stevens. Come along and make some new friends! Free to join - everyone welcome! See you there! Come along and make some new friends! Free to join - everyone welcome! See you there!

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“Murder! Humour! Representation! Biscuits! - Murder Most Unladylike has it all...”

Murder Most Unladylike is written from the point of view of Hong Kong-born Hazel Wong, who along with her friend Daisy Wells forms the Wells & Wong Detective Society at the quintessentially English ‘Deepdean... More

Nicole @WstonesHemel

“School Detectives Rule!”

Hazel Wong is a very distinct character, being Asian and at an Deepdean School for girls in the 1930s is not easy so luckily her best friend is blue eyed blonde English Rose Daisy Wells.
Together they are a detective... More

Paperback edition
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“This book deserves to win prizes”

The first of a great new detective series, set in a 1930's girls school. However, this is far from being behind the times. In fact it is really imaginative and fast paced. Suitable for any age. I know the... More

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