Cream Buns and Crime
Cream Buns and Crime: Stevens, Robin: 9780141376561
When I first heard about this book (months ago) I thought it would just be a short stories bundle with new and old ones.Enjoyed it quite a bit, though several sections are definitely for the target audience, not for those of us adult readers who like middle grade books. The Undertaking: Life Studies from the Dismal Trade You can either read A fun, easy-read book.But Beanie was such a surprise. Daisy and Hazel invite you to discover their untold stories.Glimpses behind the scenes, insides and outs, further reading lists and tips, historic inspiration as well as suggestions for practical mystery-solving and codework.
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Especially how it was written.Note to the author: would VERY much read a Junior Pinkertons novel... It also contains a few of the cases solved by their friends, the Junior Pinkertons, i.Over the five books (so far) Daisy Wells and Hazel Wong have become my very good friends and setting out on a crime busting adventure with them is something I always look forward to. Like all the Murder Most Unladylike books, this is charming and fun to read, and the content that was obviously aimed at younger readers had me trying to remember how old my nieces are and work out whether they would be ready for the series yet (not quite, I think).So, as said, this book is the latest in the Murder Most Unladylike saga.
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Robin Stevens herself shares some Murder Most Unladylike recipes and her favourite crime novels, while using Daisy as a mouthpiece to talk about the best fictional detectives throughout history, introducing them to an entire generation of new readers.Both were different from Hazel and each other without jarring against the way the other books are generally written. Could be read as a little patronising but okay. Sunnyside Plaza Alexander, as also to be expected, is serious and factual.Every single novel so far in this series has involved one murder case and that is the same murder case which is spanned over the whole book. Ich vermisse dich I fear for her later in life.You can either read it in sequence (as I did) or dip in and out of the stories you want to read.