Mord ist kein Kinderspiel
Publish date: September 27th 2010
Pages no: 350
Edition language: Deutsch
Series: Flavia de Luce (#2)
I think I'd have phrased things a bit differently, but in the interest of time, I'm just going to copy and paste from my thoughts when I read the book a couple of years ago and add in a bit for the audiobook: The plucky young chemist with a nascent obsession with death is back in action. The case ...
Flavia stößt durch Zufall auf den berühmten Puppenspieler Rupert Porson, dessen Auto eine Panne hat. Rupert und seine Assistentin Nialla erklären sich bereit, im Gemeindesaal des Ortes ein Puppentheater aufzuführen, damit die Reparaturkosten für das Auto eingenommen werden können. Während der Vorfüh...
This is the second Flavia de Luce mystery book, though the order in this series isn't (at least at this point in the series) important. I really enjoy how Flavia interacts with the citizens of Bishops Lacey, and works to ask the right questions to get the answers she's looking for. Unlike the first...
After 3 days and switching between reading the book and listening to a horrendous audiobook (if I didn't know I already hated audiobooks, I would have started hating them now), I finally finished this book, and I am hereby dropping this series from this book on. I am not going to push myself to fini...
The second instalment of the series featuring Flavia De Luce, starts of at a zooming speed when a visiting puppeteer in the village of Bishop’s Lacey falls to his death. Flavia starts to poke where she shouldn’t, but couldn’t stay away from, and discovers that the fall is not an accident and actuall...
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