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Robin Stevens
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Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it 3 years ago
The girls are back at Deepdean for a new term and the new Head Girl, Elizabeth Hurst who is a well known bully, fond of secrets and good at using them to get her own way. None of the girls are surprised when she ends up dead and now the school is in chassis and Daisy and Hazel have to find the culpr...
Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it 3 years ago
In this second book we're in Daisy Well's family home, Fallingford, for the holidays. Hazel wong and two other of their classmates are also there to celebrate Daisy's birthday. When one of the guests, who has proven themselves generally unpopular dies from poisoning Daisy and Hazel get caught up o...
Mystory Notes
Mystory Notes rated it 4 years ago
'Murder Most Unladylike' is a quick and simple read. At least to me as an adult. I can think of several students who I would have recommended this to while I was teaching. The language is straight forward and accessible thanks to the first person narrative. The story is paced nicely and I like how i...
Twirling Book Princess
Twirling Book Princess rated it 6 years ago
The girls are back, and this time we have a whole book about their boarding school: Deep Dean, again! I was delighted that we were back, don't get me wrong, I loved all the other books, but there is just something special about boarding school + mystery (+ murder). Yes murder! Deep Dean has yet an...
A Sea of Stars
A Sea of Stars rated it 6 years ago
I can't complain, as far as just mystery goes. It was fascinating, because there was so much misdirection that I honestly completely neglected to notice the obvious clues as to whom was the murderer. Cleverly written, I'll say that. However, I found Daisy and Hazel's friendship to be problematic. ...
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