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If you like Blyton: Cream Buns and Crime by Robin Stevens

Cream Buns and Crime is part of the Murder Most Unladylike series about two girls – Daisy Wells and Hazel Wong – who run their own detective agency at boarding school. We’ve already reviewed the first in the series,¬†Murder Most … Continue reading

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Blyton for Grown Ups: The Red House Mystery by A. A. Milne

Betcha didn’t know that A. A. Milne, the father and creator of Winnie the Pooh wrote a mystery novel. Well neither did I until I was out on holiday with my Dad in Weston-Super-Mare and spotted this book on the … Continue reading

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The Mystery of the Secret Room

The Story Now I raced through the last Five Find-Outers book, pretty much in a day but unfortunately I didn’t quite get carried away in the story of the Secret Room as much as the Disappearing Cat. Fatty still annoys … Continue reading

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If you like Blyton: Murder Most Unladylike by Robin Stevens

Occasionally Fiona and I find books that feel like the Blyton books we so know and love. Modern authors can sometimes channel our beloved authoress and we do our best to find them and bring them to your attention. So … Continue reading

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