Death in the Spotlight

Death in the Spotlight

Someone will take their final bow . . . Fresh from their adventure in Hong Kong, Hazel Wong and Daisy Wells are off to the Rue Theatre in London to face an entirely new challenge: acting. But the Detective Society is never far away from danger, and it's clear there's trouble afoot at the Rue. Jealousy, threats and horrible pranks quickly spiral out of control - and then a bo Someone will take their final bow . . . Fresh from their adventure in Hong Kong, Hazel Wong and Daisy Well...

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Title:Death in the Spotlight
Author:Robin Stevens
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Genres:Childrens
ISBN:0141373822
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:400 pages pages

Death in the Spotlight Reviews

  • Shawne
    Oct 22, 2018

    I would die for Daisy and Hazel. My favourite detectives had their best adventure yet, including Daisy's coming out as LGBT! Robin writes the most diverse, authentic, wonderfully researched historical fiction. It's full of BAME and LGBT characters of all ages. She is doing such ...

    This is the seventh book in the Murder Most Ladylike series. By this point, the characters and plots run along like clockwork. I wouldn't say it was one of the better instalments, though I adored the setting. I've always loved stories about putting on a performance - maybe a hang up fr...

    4.25 stars!! ...

    Whip smart mystery that had me guessing to the end, but what I really love about this series is Daisy and Hazel and the relationship between them. It's grown so beautifully since the first book and I love how complex and intertwined it is--a reflection that mirrors reality. This is Rob...

    ?For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo.? Hazel and Daisy are spending some time at Uncle Felix (and Aunt Lucy) after a very exciting few weeks (Hong Kong), and that is how they eventually stumble in the Rue Theatre, in the production of Romeo and J...

    This, like all the others, was an amazing book! They are great books to read, and was a great read throughout. I loved this book especially, because it was set in a theatre and was about show business. In this particular book, it really showed Hazel and Daisy as girls, and how they are...

    Dear Death in the Spotlight, I LOVE you. I wish I could keep you in my pocket every day as a reminder of all things good and sweet - female friendship, love for everyone not just a few, adventures for everyone not just a few, good stories, and of course, bunbreaks. You even have a m...

    Absolutely everything I wanted it to be, and capped off by some awesome acknowledgements at the end. Did I mention that I ADORE this series. Robin Stevens cannot write them fast enough. ...

    I don't want to spoil anything for people who haven't read it yet, but ahhhhhhhhhhhh Stevens did the thing I've been wanting her to do for more than half the series now ahhhhhhhhhhhhh Anyway. Breathe. Daisy and Hazel are on an extended break from London after the trip to Hong Kong, ...

    With the Detective Society being sent to Daisy?s Uncle Felix for their own protection, this could have been a bit of a damp squib. Fear not, the irrepressible Daisy and Hazel seem to sniff out suspicious circumstances without even trying, and number seven in the series is no exceptio...

    Not quite as sharp as Robin Stevens can be at her very best, but still a delightful little page-turner with quite a clever twist. I loved tagging along with Daisy and Hazel as they suddenly found themselves on a West End stage, trying to solve a murder in one of London's iconic (albeit...

  • Alicia
    Oct 05, 2018

    I would die for Daisy and Hazel. My favourite detectives had their best adventure yet, including Daisy's coming out as LGBT! Robin writes the most diverse, authentic, wonderfully researched historical fiction. It's full of BAME and LGBT characters of all ages. She is doing such ...

    This is the seventh book in the Murder Most Ladylike series. By this point, the characters and plots run along like clockwork. I wouldn't say it was one of the better instalments, though I adored the setting. I've always loved stories about putting on a performance - maybe a hang up fr...

    4.25 stars!! ...

    Whip smart mystery that had me guessing to the end, but what I really love about this series is Daisy and Hazel and the relationship between them. It's grown so beautifully since the first book and I love how complex and intertwined it is--a reflection that mirrors reality. This is Rob...

    ?For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo.? Hazel and Daisy are spending some time at Uncle Felix (and Aunt Lucy) after a very exciting few weeks (Hong Kong), and that is how they eventually stumble in the Rue Theatre, in the production of Romeo and J...

    This, like all the others, was an amazing book! They are great books to read, and was a great read throughout. I loved this book especially, because it was set in a theatre and was about show business. In this particular book, it really showed Hazel and Daisy as girls, and how they are...

    Dear Death in the Spotlight, I LOVE you. I wish I could keep you in my pocket every day as a reminder of all things good and sweet - female friendship, love for everyone not just a few, adventures for everyone not just a few, good stories, and of course, bunbreaks. You even have a m...

    Absolutely everything I wanted it to be, and capped off by some awesome acknowledgements at the end. Did I mention that I ADORE this series. Robin Stevens cannot write them fast enough. ...

    I don't want to spoil anything for people who haven't read it yet, but ahhhhhhhhhhhh Stevens did the thing I've been wanting her to do for more than half the series now ahhhhhhhhhhhhh Anyway. Breathe. Daisy and Hazel are on an extended break from London after the trip to Hong Kong, ...

    With the Detective Society being sent to Daisy?s Uncle Felix for their own protection, this could have been a bit of a damp squib. Fear not, the irrepressible Daisy and Hazel seem to sniff out suspicious circumstances without even trying, and number seven in the series is no exceptio...

    Not quite as sharp as Robin Stevens can be at her very best, but still a delightful little page-turner with quite a clever twist. I loved tagging along with Daisy and Hazel as they suddenly found themselves on a West End stage, trying to solve a murder in one of London's iconic (albeit...

    There's always been something special about Robin Stevens' work for me. I've been a fan of her since Murder Most Unladylike, a book that features in my thesis and a paper I'm working on and a presentation I'll be doing in a couple of months. I get a lot from her work, and I enjoy worki...

    http://wordnerdy.blogspot.com/2018/10... YAYYYY it?s a new Wells and Wong mystery!! Just what I needed at this precise moment in time. In this seventh outing, the girls are spending some time in London with Uncle Felix and his new wife, who decide to get the girls bit parts in a l...

  • meeners
    Nov 25, 2018

    I would die for Daisy and Hazel. My favourite detectives had their best adventure yet, including Daisy's coming out as LGBT! Robin writes the most diverse, authentic, wonderfully researched historical fiction. It's full of BAME and LGBT characters of all ages. She is doing such ...

    This is the seventh book in the Murder Most Ladylike series. By this point, the characters and plots run along like clockwork. I wouldn't say it was one of the better instalments, though I adored the setting. I've always loved stories about putting on a performance - maybe a hang up fr...

    4.25 stars!! ...

    Whip smart mystery that had me guessing to the end, but what I really love about this series is Daisy and Hazel and the relationship between them. It's grown so beautifully since the first book and I love how complex and intertwined it is--a reflection that mirrors reality. This is Rob...

    ?For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo.? Hazel and Daisy are spending some time at Uncle Felix (and Aunt Lucy) after a very exciting few weeks (Hong Kong), and that is how they eventually stumble in the Rue Theatre, in the production of Romeo and J...

    This, like all the others, was an amazing book! They are great books to read, and was a great read throughout. I loved this book especially, because it was set in a theatre and was about show business. In this particular book, it really showed Hazel and Daisy as girls, and how they are...

    Dear Death in the Spotlight, I LOVE you. I wish I could keep you in my pocket every day as a reminder of all things good and sweet - female friendship, love for everyone not just a few, adventures for everyone not just a few, good stories, and of course, bunbreaks. You even have a m...

    Absolutely everything I wanted it to be, and capped off by some awesome acknowledgements at the end. Did I mention that I ADORE this series. Robin Stevens cannot write them fast enough. ...

    I don't want to spoil anything for people who haven't read it yet, but ahhhhhhhhhhhh Stevens did the thing I've been wanting her to do for more than half the series now ahhhhhhhhhhhhh Anyway. Breathe. Daisy and Hazel are on an extended break from London after the trip to Hong Kong, ...

    With the Detective Society being sent to Daisy?s Uncle Felix for their own protection, this could have been a bit of a damp squib. Fear not, the irrepressible Daisy and Hazel seem to sniff out suspicious circumstances without even trying, and number seven in the series is no exceptio...

    Not quite as sharp as Robin Stevens can be at her very best, but still a delightful little page-turner with quite a clever twist. I loved tagging along with Daisy and Hazel as they suddenly found themselves on a West End stage, trying to solve a murder in one of London's iconic (albeit...

    There's always been something special about Robin Stevens' work for me. I've been a fan of her since Murder Most Unladylike, a book that features in my thesis and a paper I'm working on and a presentation I'll be doing in a couple of months. I get a lot from her work, and I enjoy worki...

    http://wordnerdy.blogspot.com/2018/10... YAYYYY it?s a new Wells and Wong mystery!! Just what I needed at this precise moment in time. In this seventh outing, the girls are spending some time in London with Uncle Felix and his new wife, who decide to get the girls bit parts in a l...

    oh. my. god. i?m speechless, this was so brilliant and clever, maybe my favourite book of the year ...

    Is this the best Detective Society book yet? Maybe! I?m a delighted MESS. ...

    I love these books SO MUCH. They are perfectly charming and wonderful, just like Hazel and Daisy. ...

    *4.5 stars* I want to read about Hazel and Daisy forever please and thank you. ...

    Personally I thought it was better than the last two books!!!!!! I love the way Daisy and Hazel have maintained their relationship even now, when both the girls are getting older. This series is one of my favourite series ever and I'm hungry for more after this amazing seventh book! ...

    As Hazel and Daisy grow older they face even more opposition to their Detective Society than when it was founded. Once again Robin Stevens has created an exhilarating mystery which is almost impossible to put down and manages to weave important issues seamlessly into the storyline. I'm...

    Dopo tutto il trambusto ad Hong Kong, le nostre eroine Daisy e Hazel, vengono affidate agli zii Feliz e Lucy che trovano per loro dei posti nella nuova rappresentazione di Romeo e Giulietta nel famoso Rue Theatre di Londra. Questo per tenere le due fuori dai guai e, sopratutto, dai cri...

    The seventh instalment in the Murder Most Unladylike series has captured my heart once again. Through the development of the main protagonists, the reappearance of recurring characters such as Felix and Alexander and the introduction of some new ones, the book has truly earned its five...

    In the 7th instalment of my favourite middle grade series, Daisy and Hazel are staying in London with Daisy`s uncle and aunt after their adventures in Hong Kong, and it focuses on them joining the prestigious but financially failing Rue Theatre as part of their production of Romeo and ...

    Robin Stevens yet again has brought us a fantastic mystery full of fun, friendship and dastardly characters. I honestly think these books just get better and better, I always look forward to a new Detective Society outing and I am never ever disappointed. Daisy and Hazel are treadi...

    This is the best book in the series! I was reading several other books when Death in the Spotlight arrived but like all Wells and Wong books, it got top priority. Now all the books I was reading before seem really bad, because I just read a Murder Most Unladylike Mystery. The murder wa...

    These books get better and better. The murder is quite fantastical but then that?s what you expect in a murder mystery. It?s not really the murders that make thes books so good though. It?s the characters themselves. The only warning I would have is that I believe, like the Harry...

    I'm so glad Daisy was finally confirmed not straight. I read the author's note at the end -particularly the part about lgbtq+ people- it really made me feel more accepted in the world. Thank you Robin Stevens! I love your diverse writing. It's what we deserve in this age full of ho...

    Hazel and Daisy's latest adventure just might be my favourite...or one of my favourites as I adored the last one, set in Hong Kong! I love how Hazel and Daisy's relationship has evolved and how so many social issues are touched upon in a delicate and thoughtful way, from same-sex relat...

    oh how i love these girl detective mysteries. though the actual mystery disappoints (spotted the solution from miles away, because it so strongly cribs from christie...and christie, as one might expect, did it 100x better), the continued character development of said girl detectives le...

  • Victoria (Eve's Alexandria)
    Dec 05, 2018

    I would die for Daisy and Hazel. My favourite detectives had their best adventure yet, including Daisy's coming out as LGBT! Robin writes the most diverse, authentic, wonderfully researched historical fiction. It's full of BAME and LGBT characters of all ages. She is doing such ...

    This is the seventh book in the Murder Most Ladylike series. By this point, the characters and plots run along like clockwork. I wouldn't say it was one of the better instalments, though I adored the setting. I've always loved stories about putting on a performance - maybe a hang up fr...

    4.25 stars!! ...

    Whip smart mystery that had me guessing to the end, but what I really love about this series is Daisy and Hazel and the relationship between them. It's grown so beautifully since the first book and I love how complex and intertwined it is--a reflection that mirrors reality. This is Rob...

    ?For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo.? Hazel and Daisy are spending some time at Uncle Felix (and Aunt Lucy) after a very exciting few weeks (Hong Kong), and that is how they eventually stumble in the Rue Theatre, in the production of Romeo and J...

    This, like all the others, was an amazing book! They are great books to read, and was a great read throughout. I loved this book especially, because it was set in a theatre and was about show business. In this particular book, it really showed Hazel and Daisy as girls, and how they are...

    Dear Death in the Spotlight, I LOVE you. I wish I could keep you in my pocket every day as a reminder of all things good and sweet - female friendship, love for everyone not just a few, adventures for everyone not just a few, good stories, and of course, bunbreaks. You even have a m...

    Absolutely everything I wanted it to be, and capped off by some awesome acknowledgements at the end. Did I mention that I ADORE this series. Robin Stevens cannot write them fast enough. ...

  • Iona Sharma
    Nov 04, 2018

    I would die for Daisy and Hazel. My favourite detectives had their best adventure yet, including Daisy's coming out as LGBT! Robin writes the most diverse, authentic, wonderfully researched historical fiction. It's full of BAME and LGBT characters of all ages. She is doing such ...

    This is the seventh book in the Murder Most Ladylike series. By this point, the characters and plots run along like clockwork. I wouldn't say it was one of the better instalments, though I adored the setting. I've always loved stories about putting on a performance - maybe a hang up fr...

    4.25 stars!! ...

    Whip smart mystery that had me guessing to the end, but what I really love about this series is Daisy and Hazel and the relationship between them. It's grown so beautifully since the first book and I love how complex and intertwined it is--a reflection that mirrors reality. This is Rob...

    ?For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo.? Hazel and Daisy are spending some time at Uncle Felix (and Aunt Lucy) after a very exciting few weeks (Hong Kong), and that is how they eventually stumble in the Rue Theatre, in the production of Romeo and J...

    This, like all the others, was an amazing book! They are great books to read, and was a great read throughout. I loved this book especially, because it was set in a theatre and was about show business. In this particular book, it really showed Hazel and Daisy as girls, and how they are...

    Dear Death in the Spotlight, I LOVE you. I wish I could keep you in my pocket every day as a reminder of all things good and sweet - female friendship, love for everyone not just a few, adventures for everyone not just a few, good stories, and of course, bunbreaks. You even have a m...

    Absolutely everything I wanted it to be, and capped off by some awesome acknowledgements at the end. Did I mention that I ADORE this series. Robin Stevens cannot write them fast enough. ...

    I don't want to spoil anything for people who haven't read it yet, but ahhhhhhhhhhhh Stevens did the thing I've been wanting her to do for more than half the series now ahhhhhhhhhhhhh Anyway. Breathe. Daisy and Hazel are on an extended break from London after the trip to Hong Kong, ...

    With the Detective Society being sent to Daisy?s Uncle Felix for their own protection, this could have been a bit of a damp squib. Fear not, the irrepressible Daisy and Hazel seem to sniff out suspicious circumstances without even trying, and number seven in the series is no exceptio...

    Not quite as sharp as Robin Stevens can be at her very best, but still a delightful little page-turner with quite a clever twist. I loved tagging along with Daisy and Hazel as they suddenly found themselves on a West End stage, trying to solve a murder in one of London's iconic (albeit...

    There's always been something special about Robin Stevens' work for me. I've been a fan of her since Murder Most Unladylike, a book that features in my thesis and a paper I'm working on and a presentation I'll be doing in a couple of months. I get a lot from her work, and I enjoy worki...

    http://wordnerdy.blogspot.com/2018/10... YAYYYY it?s a new Wells and Wong mystery!! Just what I needed at this precise moment in time. In this seventh outing, the girls are spending some time in London with Uncle Felix and his new wife, who decide to get the girls bit parts in a l...

    oh. my. god. i?m speechless, this was so brilliant and clever, maybe my favourite book of the year ...

    Is this the best Detective Society book yet? Maybe! I?m a delighted MESS. ...

    I love these books SO MUCH. They are perfectly charming and wonderful, just like Hazel and Daisy. ...

    *4.5 stars* I want to read about Hazel and Daisy forever please and thank you. ...

    Personally I thought it was better than the last two books!!!!!! I love the way Daisy and Hazel have maintained their relationship even now, when both the girls are getting older. This series is one of my favourite series ever and I'm hungry for more after this amazing seventh book! ...

    As Hazel and Daisy grow older they face even more opposition to their Detective Society than when it was founded. Once again Robin Stevens has created an exhilarating mystery which is almost impossible to put down and manages to weave important issues seamlessly into the storyline. I'm...

    Dopo tutto il trambusto ad Hong Kong, le nostre eroine Daisy e Hazel, vengono affidate agli zii Feliz e Lucy che trovano per loro dei posti nella nuova rappresentazione di Romeo e Giulietta nel famoso Rue Theatre di Londra. Questo per tenere le due fuori dai guai e, sopratutto, dai cri...

    The seventh instalment in the Murder Most Unladylike series has captured my heart once again. Through the development of the main protagonists, the reappearance of recurring characters such as Felix and Alexander and the introduction of some new ones, the book has truly earned its five...

    In the 7th instalment of my favourite middle grade series, Daisy and Hazel are staying in London with Daisy`s uncle and aunt after their adventures in Hong Kong, and it focuses on them joining the prestigious but financially failing Rue Theatre as part of their production of Romeo and ...

    Robin Stevens yet again has brought us a fantastic mystery full of fun, friendship and dastardly characters. I honestly think these books just get better and better, I always look forward to a new Detective Society outing and I am never ever disappointed. Daisy and Hazel are treadi...

    This is the best book in the series! I was reading several other books when Death in the Spotlight arrived but like all Wells and Wong books, it got top priority. Now all the books I was reading before seem really bad, because I just read a Murder Most Unladylike Mystery. The murder wa...

    These books get better and better. The murder is quite fantastical but then that?s what you expect in a murder mystery. It?s not really the murders that make thes books so good though. It?s the characters themselves. The only warning I would have is that I believe, like the Harry...

    I'm so glad Daisy was finally confirmed not straight. I read the author's note at the end -particularly the part about lgbtq+ people- it really made me feel more accepted in the world. Thank you Robin Stevens! I love your diverse writing. It's what we deserve in this age full of ho...

    Hazel and Daisy's latest adventure just might be my favourite...or one of my favourites as I adored the last one, set in Hong Kong! I love how Hazel and Daisy's relationship has evolved and how so many social issues are touched upon in a delicate and thoughtful way, from same-sex relat...

    oh how i love these girl detective mysteries. though the actual mystery disappoints (spotted the solution from miles away, because it so strongly cribs from christie...and christie, as one might expect, did it 100x better), the continued character development of said girl detectives le...

    Another excellent case! Every time I read one of these books I forget how much I love Hazel and Daisy and how far they've come from the first book (didn't manage to solve it this time, though!) Robin Stevens is blessing us with all this representation - there was so much about this boo...

    This is so much fun! I especially like how the author evokes the 1930s theatre in all its glorious queerness, and the characters are vivid and bright. Four stars not five because the solution to the mystery really is implausible, but what with the setting and the characters I don't min...

  • Sophie
    Dec 07, 2018

    I would die for Daisy and Hazel. My favourite detectives had their best adventure yet, including Daisy's coming out as LGBT! Robin writes the most diverse, authentic, wonderfully researched historical fiction. It's full of BAME and LGBT characters of all ages. She is doing such ...

    This is the seventh book in the Murder Most Ladylike series. By this point, the characters and plots run along like clockwork. I wouldn't say it was one of the better instalments, though I adored the setting. I've always loved stories about putting on a performance - maybe a hang up fr...

    4.25 stars!! ...

    Whip smart mystery that had me guessing to the end, but what I really love about this series is Daisy and Hazel and the relationship between them. It's grown so beautifully since the first book and I love how complex and intertwined it is--a reflection that mirrors reality. This is Rob...

    ?For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo.? Hazel and Daisy are spending some time at Uncle Felix (and Aunt Lucy) after a very exciting few weeks (Hong Kong), and that is how they eventually stumble in the Rue Theatre, in the production of Romeo and J...

    This, like all the others, was an amazing book! They are great books to read, and was a great read throughout. I loved this book especially, because it was set in a theatre and was about show business. In this particular book, it really showed Hazel and Daisy as girls, and how they are...

    Dear Death in the Spotlight, I LOVE you. I wish I could keep you in my pocket every day as a reminder of all things good and sweet - female friendship, love for everyone not just a few, adventures for everyone not just a few, good stories, and of course, bunbreaks. You even have a m...

    Absolutely everything I wanted it to be, and capped off by some awesome acknowledgements at the end. Did I mention that I ADORE this series. Robin Stevens cannot write them fast enough. ...

    I don't want to spoil anything for people who haven't read it yet, but ahhhhhhhhhhhh Stevens did the thing I've been wanting her to do for more than half the series now ahhhhhhhhhhhhh Anyway. Breathe. Daisy and Hazel are on an extended break from London after the trip to Hong Kong, ...

    With the Detective Society being sent to Daisy?s Uncle Felix for their own protection, this could have been a bit of a damp squib. Fear not, the irrepressible Daisy and Hazel seem to sniff out suspicious circumstances without even trying, and number seven in the series is no exceptio...

    Not quite as sharp as Robin Stevens can be at her very best, but still a delightful little page-turner with quite a clever twist. I loved tagging along with Daisy and Hazel as they suddenly found themselves on a West End stage, trying to solve a murder in one of London's iconic (albeit...

    There's always been something special about Robin Stevens' work for me. I've been a fan of her since Murder Most Unladylike, a book that features in my thesis and a paper I'm working on and a presentation I'll be doing in a couple of months. I get a lot from her work, and I enjoy worki...

    http://wordnerdy.blogspot.com/2018/10... YAYYYY it?s a new Wells and Wong mystery!! Just what I needed at this precise moment in time. In this seventh outing, the girls are spending some time in London with Uncle Felix and his new wife, who decide to get the girls bit parts in a l...

    oh. my. god. i?m speechless, this was so brilliant and clever, maybe my favourite book of the year ...

    Is this the best Detective Society book yet? Maybe! I?m a delighted MESS. ...

    I love these books SO MUCH. They are perfectly charming and wonderful, just like Hazel and Daisy. ...

    *4.5 stars* I want to read about Hazel and Daisy forever please and thank you. ...

  • Emma Rose Ribbons
    Nov 01, 2018

    I would die for Daisy and Hazel. My favourite detectives had their best adventure yet, including Daisy's coming out as LGBT! Robin writes the most diverse, authentic, wonderfully researched historical fiction. It's full of BAME and LGBT characters of all ages. She is doing such ...

    This is the seventh book in the Murder Most Ladylike series. By this point, the characters and plots run along like clockwork. I wouldn't say it was one of the better instalments, though I adored the setting. I've always loved stories about putting on a performance - maybe a hang up fr...

    4.25 stars!! ...

    Whip smart mystery that had me guessing to the end, but what I really love about this series is Daisy and Hazel and the relationship between them. It's grown so beautifully since the first book and I love how complex and intertwined it is--a reflection that mirrors reality. This is Rob...

    ?For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo.? Hazel and Daisy are spending some time at Uncle Felix (and Aunt Lucy) after a very exciting few weeks (Hong Kong), and that is how they eventually stumble in the Rue Theatre, in the production of Romeo and J...

    This, like all the others, was an amazing book! They are great books to read, and was a great read throughout. I loved this book especially, because it was set in a theatre and was about show business. In this particular book, it really showed Hazel and Daisy as girls, and how they are...

    Dear Death in the Spotlight, I LOVE you. I wish I could keep you in my pocket every day as a reminder of all things good and sweet - female friendship, love for everyone not just a few, adventures for everyone not just a few, good stories, and of course, bunbreaks. You even have a m...

  • Lauren James
    Oct 06, 2018

    I would die for Daisy and Hazel. My favourite detectives had their best adventure yet, including Daisy's coming out as LGBT! Robin writes the most diverse, authentic, wonderfully researched historical fiction. It's full of BAME and LGBT characters of all ages. She is doing such ...

  • LH Johnson
    Nov 28, 2018

    I would die for Daisy and Hazel. My favourite detectives had their best adventure yet, including Daisy's coming out as LGBT! Robin writes the most diverse, authentic, wonderfully researched historical fiction. It's full of BAME and LGBT characters of all ages. She is doing such ...

    This is the seventh book in the Murder Most Ladylike series. By this point, the characters and plots run along like clockwork. I wouldn't say it was one of the better instalments, though I adored the setting. I've always loved stories about putting on a performance - maybe a hang up fr...

    4.25 stars!! ...

    Whip smart mystery that had me guessing to the end, but what I really love about this series is Daisy and Hazel and the relationship between them. It's grown so beautifully since the first book and I love how complex and intertwined it is--a reflection that mirrors reality. This is Rob...

    ?For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo.? Hazel and Daisy are spending some time at Uncle Felix (and Aunt Lucy) after a very exciting few weeks (Hong Kong), and that is how they eventually stumble in the Rue Theatre, in the production of Romeo and J...

    This, like all the others, was an amazing book! They are great books to read, and was a great read throughout. I loved this book especially, because it was set in a theatre and was about show business. In this particular book, it really showed Hazel and Daisy as girls, and how they are...

    Dear Death in the Spotlight, I LOVE you. I wish I could keep you in my pocket every day as a reminder of all things good and sweet - female friendship, love for everyone not just a few, adventures for everyone not just a few, good stories, and of course, bunbreaks. You even have a m...

    Absolutely everything I wanted it to be, and capped off by some awesome acknowledgements at the end. Did I mention that I ADORE this series. Robin Stevens cannot write them fast enough. ...

    I don't want to spoil anything for people who haven't read it yet, but ahhhhhhhhhhhh Stevens did the thing I've been wanting her to do for more than half the series now ahhhhhhhhhhhhh Anyway. Breathe. Daisy and Hazel are on an extended break from London after the trip to Hong Kong, ...

    With the Detective Society being sent to Daisy?s Uncle Felix for their own protection, this could have been a bit of a damp squib. Fear not, the irrepressible Daisy and Hazel seem to sniff out suspicious circumstances without even trying, and number seven in the series is no exceptio...

    Not quite as sharp as Robin Stevens can be at her very best, but still a delightful little page-turner with quite a clever twist. I loved tagging along with Daisy and Hazel as they suddenly found themselves on a West End stage, trying to solve a murder in one of London's iconic (albeit...

    There's always been something special about Robin Stevens' work for me. I've been a fan of her since Murder Most Unladylike, a book that features in my thesis and a paper I'm working on and a presentation I'll be doing in a couple of months. I get a lot from her work, and I enjoy worki...

  • Mehsi
    Nov 16, 2018

    I would die for Daisy and Hazel. My favourite detectives had their best adventure yet, including Daisy's coming out as LGBT! Robin writes the most diverse, authentic, wonderfully researched historical fiction. It's full of BAME and LGBT characters of all ages. She is doing such ...

    This is the seventh book in the Murder Most Ladylike series. By this point, the characters and plots run along like clockwork. I wouldn't say it was one of the better instalments, though I adored the setting. I've always loved stories about putting on a performance - maybe a hang up fr...

    4.25 stars!! ...

    Whip smart mystery that had me guessing to the end, but what I really love about this series is Daisy and Hazel and the relationship between them. It's grown so beautifully since the first book and I love how complex and intertwined it is--a reflection that mirrors reality. This is Rob...

    ?For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo.? Hazel and Daisy are spending some time at Uncle Felix (and Aunt Lucy) after a very exciting few weeks (Hong Kong), and that is how they eventually stumble in the Rue Theatre, in the production of Romeo and J...

  • Laura Noakes
    Oct 09, 2018

    I would die for Daisy and Hazel. My favourite detectives had their best adventure yet, including Daisy's coming out as LGBT! Robin writes the most diverse, authentic, wonderfully researched historical fiction. It's full of BAME and LGBT characters of all ages. She is doing such ...

    This is the seventh book in the Murder Most Ladylike series. By this point, the characters and plots run along like clockwork. I wouldn't say it was one of the better instalments, though I adored the setting. I've always loved stories about putting on a performance - maybe a hang up fr...

    4.25 stars!! ...

    Whip smart mystery that had me guessing to the end, but what I really love about this series is Daisy and Hazel and the relationship between them. It's grown so beautifully since the first book and I love how complex and intertwined it is--a reflection that mirrors reality. This is Rob...

  • Jenn
    Sep 22, 2018

    I would die for Daisy and Hazel. My favourite detectives had their best adventure yet, including Daisy's coming out as LGBT! Robin writes the most diverse, authentic, wonderfully researched historical fiction. It's full of BAME and LGBT characters of all ages. She is doing such ...

    This is the seventh book in the Murder Most Ladylike series. By this point, the characters and plots run along like clockwork. I wouldn't say it was one of the better instalments, though I adored the setting. I've always loved stories about putting on a performance - maybe a hang up fr...

    4.25 stars!! ...

    Whip smart mystery that had me guessing to the end, but what I really love about this series is Daisy and Hazel and the relationship between them. It's grown so beautifully since the first book and I love how complex and intertwined it is--a reflection that mirrors reality. This is Rob...

    ?For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo.? Hazel and Daisy are spending some time at Uncle Felix (and Aunt Lucy) after a very exciting few weeks (Hong Kong), and that is how they eventually stumble in the Rue Theatre, in the production of Romeo and J...

    This, like all the others, was an amazing book! They are great books to read, and was a great read throughout. I loved this book especially, because it was set in a theatre and was about show business. In this particular book, it really showed Hazel and Daisy as girls, and how they are...

    Dear Death in the Spotlight, I LOVE you. I wish I could keep you in my pocket every day as a reminder of all things good and sweet - female friendship, love for everyone not just a few, adventures for everyone not just a few, good stories, and of course, bunbreaks. You even have a m...

    Absolutely everything I wanted it to be, and capped off by some awesome acknowledgements at the end. Did I mention that I ADORE this series. Robin Stevens cannot write them fast enough. ...

    I don't want to spoil anything for people who haven't read it yet, but ahhhhhhhhhhhh Stevens did the thing I've been wanting her to do for more than half the series now ahhhhhhhhhhhhh Anyway. Breathe. Daisy and Hazel are on an extended break from London after the trip to Hong Kong, ...

    With the Detective Society being sent to Daisy?s Uncle Felix for their own protection, this could have been a bit of a damp squib. Fear not, the irrepressible Daisy and Hazel seem to sniff out suspicious circumstances without even trying, and number seven in the series is no exceptio...

    Not quite as sharp as Robin Stevens can be at her very best, but still a delightful little page-turner with quite a clever twist. I loved tagging along with Daisy and Hazel as they suddenly found themselves on a West End stage, trying to solve a murder in one of London's iconic (albeit...

    There's always been something special about Robin Stevens' work for me. I've been a fan of her since Murder Most Unladylike, a book that features in my thesis and a paper I'm working on and a presentation I'll be doing in a couple of months. I get a lot from her work, and I enjoy worki...

    http://wordnerdy.blogspot.com/2018/10... YAYYYY it?s a new Wells and Wong mystery!! Just what I needed at this precise moment in time. In this seventh outing, the girls are spending some time in London with Uncle Felix and his new wife, who decide to get the girls bit parts in a l...

    oh. my. god. i?m speechless, this was so brilliant and clever, maybe my favourite book of the year ...

    Is this the best Detective Society book yet? Maybe! I?m a delighted MESS. ...

  • Christine
    Nov 23, 2018

    I would die for Daisy and Hazel. My favourite detectives had their best adventure yet, including Daisy's coming out as LGBT! Robin writes the most diverse, authentic, wonderfully researched historical fiction. It's full of BAME and LGBT characters of all ages. She is doing such ...

    This is the seventh book in the Murder Most Ladylike series. By this point, the characters and plots run along like clockwork. I wouldn't say it was one of the better instalments, though I adored the setting. I've always loved stories about putting on a performance - maybe a hang up fr...

    4.25 stars!! ...

    Whip smart mystery that had me guessing to the end, but what I really love about this series is Daisy and Hazel and the relationship between them. It's grown so beautifully since the first book and I love how complex and intertwined it is--a reflection that mirrors reality. This is Rob...

    ?For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo.? Hazel and Daisy are spending some time at Uncle Felix (and Aunt Lucy) after a very exciting few weeks (Hong Kong), and that is how they eventually stumble in the Rue Theatre, in the production of Romeo and J...

    This, like all the others, was an amazing book! They are great books to read, and was a great read throughout. I loved this book especially, because it was set in a theatre and was about show business. In this particular book, it really showed Hazel and Daisy as girls, and how they are...

    Dear Death in the Spotlight, I LOVE you. I wish I could keep you in my pocket every day as a reminder of all things good and sweet - female friendship, love for everyone not just a few, adventures for everyone not just a few, good stories, and of course, bunbreaks. You even have a m...

    Absolutely everything I wanted it to be, and capped off by some awesome acknowledgements at the end. Did I mention that I ADORE this series. Robin Stevens cannot write them fast enough. ...

    I don't want to spoil anything for people who haven't read it yet, but ahhhhhhhhhhhh Stevens did the thing I've been wanting her to do for more than half the series now ahhhhhhhhhhhhh Anyway. Breathe. Daisy and Hazel are on an extended break from London after the trip to Hong Kong, ...

    With the Detective Society being sent to Daisy?s Uncle Felix for their own protection, this could have been a bit of a damp squib. Fear not, the irrepressible Daisy and Hazel seem to sniff out suspicious circumstances without even trying, and number seven in the series is no exceptio...

    Not quite as sharp as Robin Stevens can be at her very best, but still a delightful little page-turner with quite a clever twist. I loved tagging along with Daisy and Hazel as they suddenly found themselves on a West End stage, trying to solve a murder in one of London's iconic (albeit...

    There's always been something special about Robin Stevens' work for me. I've been a fan of her since Murder Most Unladylike, a book that features in my thesis and a paper I'm working on and a presentation I'll be doing in a couple of months. I get a lot from her work, and I enjoy worki...

    http://wordnerdy.blogspot.com/2018/10... YAYYYY it?s a new Wells and Wong mystery!! Just what I needed at this precise moment in time. In this seventh outing, the girls are spending some time in London with Uncle Felix and his new wife, who decide to get the girls bit parts in a l...

    oh. my. god. i?m speechless, this was so brilliant and clever, maybe my favourite book of the year ...

    Is this the best Detective Society book yet? Maybe! I?m a delighted MESS. ...

    I love these books SO MUCH. They are perfectly charming and wonderful, just like Hazel and Daisy. ...

  • Rachael Eyre
    Oct 06, 2018

    I would die for Daisy and Hazel. My favourite detectives had their best adventure yet, including Daisy's coming out as LGBT! Robin writes the most diverse, authentic, wonderfully researched historical fiction. It's full of BAME and LGBT characters of all ages. She is doing such ...

    This is the seventh book in the Murder Most Ladylike series. By this point, the characters and plots run along like clockwork. I wouldn't say it was one of the better instalments, though I adored the setting. I've always loved stories about putting on a performance - maybe a hang up fr...

  • Sarah
    Oct 28, 2018

    I would die for Daisy and Hazel. My favourite detectives had their best adventure yet, including Daisy's coming out as LGBT! Robin writes the most diverse, authentic, wonderfully researched historical fiction. It's full of BAME and LGBT characters of all ages. She is doing such ...

    This is the seventh book in the Murder Most Ladylike series. By this point, the characters and plots run along like clockwork. I wouldn't say it was one of the better instalments, though I adored the setting. I've always loved stories about putting on a performance - maybe a hang up fr...

    4.25 stars!! ...

    Whip smart mystery that had me guessing to the end, but what I really love about this series is Daisy and Hazel and the relationship between them. It's grown so beautifully since the first book and I love how complex and intertwined it is--a reflection that mirrors reality. This is Rob...

    ?For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo.? Hazel and Daisy are spending some time at Uncle Felix (and Aunt Lucy) after a very exciting few weeks (Hong Kong), and that is how they eventually stumble in the Rue Theatre, in the production of Romeo and J...

    This, like all the others, was an amazing book! They are great books to read, and was a great read throughout. I loved this book especially, because it was set in a theatre and was about show business. In this particular book, it really showed Hazel and Daisy as girls, and how they are...

    Dear Death in the Spotlight, I LOVE you. I wish I could keep you in my pocket every day as a reminder of all things good and sweet - female friendship, love for everyone not just a few, adventures for everyone not just a few, good stories, and of course, bunbreaks. You even have a m...

    Absolutely everything I wanted it to be, and capped off by some awesome acknowledgements at the end. Did I mention that I ADORE this series. Robin Stevens cannot write them fast enough. ...

    I don't want to spoil anything for people who haven't read it yet, but ahhhhhhhhhhhh Stevens did the thing I've been wanting her to do for more than half the series now ahhhhhhhhhhhhh Anyway. Breathe. Daisy and Hazel are on an extended break from London after the trip to Hong Kong, ...

    With the Detective Society being sent to Daisy?s Uncle Felix for their own protection, this could have been a bit of a damp squib. Fear not, the irrepressible Daisy and Hazel seem to sniff out suspicious circumstances without even trying, and number seven in the series is no exceptio...

    Not quite as sharp as Robin Stevens can be at her very best, but still a delightful little page-turner with quite a clever twist. I loved tagging along with Daisy and Hazel as they suddenly found themselves on a West End stage, trying to solve a murder in one of London's iconic (albeit...

    There's always been something special about Robin Stevens' work for me. I've been a fan of her since Murder Most Unladylike, a book that features in my thesis and a paper I'm working on and a presentation I'll be doing in a couple of months. I get a lot from her work, and I enjoy worki...

    http://wordnerdy.blogspot.com/2018/10... YAYYYY it?s a new Wells and Wong mystery!! Just what I needed at this precise moment in time. In this seventh outing, the girls are spending some time in London with Uncle Felix and his new wife, who decide to get the girls bit parts in a l...

    oh. my. god. i?m speechless, this was so brilliant and clever, maybe my favourite book of the year ...

    Is this the best Detective Society book yet? Maybe! I?m a delighted MESS. ...

    I love these books SO MUCH. They are perfectly charming and wonderful, just like Hazel and Daisy. ...

    *4.5 stars* I want to read about Hazel and Daisy forever please and thank you. ...

    Personally I thought it was better than the last two books!!!!!! I love the way Daisy and Hazel have maintained their relationship even now, when both the girls are getting older. This series is one of my favourite series ever and I'm hungry for more after this amazing seventh book! ...

    As Hazel and Daisy grow older they face even more opposition to their Detective Society than when it was founded. Once again Robin Stevens has created an exhilarating mystery which is almost impossible to put down and manages to weave important issues seamlessly into the storyline. I'm...

    Dopo tutto il trambusto ad Hong Kong, le nostre eroine Daisy e Hazel, vengono affidate agli zii Feliz e Lucy che trovano per loro dei posti nella nuova rappresentazione di Romeo e Giulietta nel famoso Rue Theatre di Londra. Questo per tenere le due fuori dai guai e, sopratutto, dai cri...

    The seventh instalment in the Murder Most Unladylike series has captured my heart once again. Through the development of the main protagonists, the reappearance of recurring characters such as Felix and Alexander and the introduction of some new ones, the book has truly earned its five...

    In the 7th instalment of my favourite middle grade series, Daisy and Hazel are staying in London with Daisy`s uncle and aunt after their adventures in Hong Kong, and it focuses on them joining the prestigious but financially failing Rue Theatre as part of their production of Romeo and ...

    Robin Stevens yet again has brought us a fantastic mystery full of fun, friendship and dastardly characters. I honestly think these books just get better and better, I always look forward to a new Detective Society outing and I am never ever disappointed. Daisy and Hazel are treadi...

    This is the best book in the series! I was reading several other books when Death in the Spotlight arrived but like all Wells and Wong books, it got top priority. Now all the books I was reading before seem really bad, because I just read a Murder Most Unladylike Mystery. The murder wa...

    These books get better and better. The murder is quite fantastical but then that?s what you expect in a murder mystery. It?s not really the murders that make thes books so good though. It?s the characters themselves. The only warning I would have is that I believe, like the Harry...

  • Rosita Alfieri
    Oct 19, 2018

    I would die for Daisy and Hazel. My favourite detectives had their best adventure yet, including Daisy's coming out as LGBT! Robin writes the most diverse, authentic, wonderfully researched historical fiction. It's full of BAME and LGBT characters of all ages. She is doing such ...

    This is the seventh book in the Murder Most Ladylike series. By this point, the characters and plots run along like clockwork. I wouldn't say it was one of the better instalments, though I adored the setting. I've always loved stories about putting on a performance - maybe a hang up fr...

    4.25 stars!! ...

    Whip smart mystery that had me guessing to the end, but what I really love about this series is Daisy and Hazel and the relationship between them. It's grown so beautifully since the first book and I love how complex and intertwined it is--a reflection that mirrors reality. This is Rob...

    ?For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo.? Hazel and Daisy are spending some time at Uncle Felix (and Aunt Lucy) after a very exciting few weeks (Hong Kong), and that is how they eventually stumble in the Rue Theatre, in the production of Romeo and J...

    This, like all the others, was an amazing book! They are great books to read, and was a great read throughout. I loved this book especially, because it was set in a theatre and was about show business. In this particular book, it really showed Hazel and Daisy as girls, and how they are...

    Dear Death in the Spotlight, I LOVE you. I wish I could keep you in my pocket every day as a reminder of all things good and sweet - female friendship, love for everyone not just a few, adventures for everyone not just a few, good stories, and of course, bunbreaks. You even have a m...

    Absolutely everything I wanted it to be, and capped off by some awesome acknowledgements at the end. Did I mention that I ADORE this series. Robin Stevens cannot write them fast enough. ...

    I don't want to spoil anything for people who haven't read it yet, but ahhhhhhhhhhhh Stevens did the thing I've been wanting her to do for more than half the series now ahhhhhhhhhhhhh Anyway. Breathe. Daisy and Hazel are on an extended break from London after the trip to Hong Kong, ...

    With the Detective Society being sent to Daisy?s Uncle Felix for their own protection, this could have been a bit of a damp squib. Fear not, the irrepressible Daisy and Hazel seem to sniff out suspicious circumstances without even trying, and number seven in the series is no exceptio...

    Not quite as sharp as Robin Stevens can be at her very best, but still a delightful little page-turner with quite a clever twist. I loved tagging along with Daisy and Hazel as they suddenly found themselves on a West End stage, trying to solve a murder in one of London's iconic (albeit...

    There's always been something special about Robin Stevens' work for me. I've been a fan of her since Murder Most Unladylike, a book that features in my thesis and a paper I'm working on and a presentation I'll be doing in a couple of months. I get a lot from her work, and I enjoy worki...

    http://wordnerdy.blogspot.com/2018/10... YAYYYY it?s a new Wells and Wong mystery!! Just what I needed at this precise moment in time. In this seventh outing, the girls are spending some time in London with Uncle Felix and his new wife, who decide to get the girls bit parts in a l...

    oh. my. god. i?m speechless, this was so brilliant and clever, maybe my favourite book of the year ...

    Is this the best Detective Society book yet? Maybe! I?m a delighted MESS. ...

    I love these books SO MUCH. They are perfectly charming and wonderful, just like Hazel and Daisy. ...

    *4.5 stars* I want to read about Hazel and Daisy forever please and thank you. ...

    Personally I thought it was better than the last two books!!!!!! I love the way Daisy and Hazel have maintained their relationship even now, when both the girls are getting older. This series is one of my favourite series ever and I'm hungry for more after this amazing seventh book! ...

    As Hazel and Daisy grow older they face even more opposition to their Detective Society than when it was founded. Once again Robin Stevens has created an exhilarating mystery which is almost impossible to put down and manages to weave important issues seamlessly into the storyline. I'm...

    Dopo tutto il trambusto ad Hong Kong, le nostre eroine Daisy e Hazel, vengono affidate agli zii Feliz e Lucy che trovano per loro dei posti nella nuova rappresentazione di Romeo e Giulietta nel famoso Rue Theatre di Londra. Questo per tenere le due fuori dai guai e, sopratutto, dai cri...

  • Emma
    Nov 07, 2018

    I would die for Daisy and Hazel. My favourite detectives had their best adventure yet, including Daisy's coming out as LGBT! Robin writes the most diverse, authentic, wonderfully researched historical fiction. It's full of BAME and LGBT characters of all ages. She is doing such ...

    This is the seventh book in the Murder Most Ladylike series. By this point, the characters and plots run along like clockwork. I wouldn't say it was one of the better instalments, though I adored the setting. I've always loved stories about putting on a performance - maybe a hang up fr...

    4.25 stars!! ...

    Whip smart mystery that had me guessing to the end, but what I really love about this series is Daisy and Hazel and the relationship between them. It's grown so beautifully since the first book and I love how complex and intertwined it is--a reflection that mirrors reality. This is Rob...

    ?For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo.? Hazel and Daisy are spending some time at Uncle Felix (and Aunt Lucy) after a very exciting few weeks (Hong Kong), and that is how they eventually stumble in the Rue Theatre, in the production of Romeo and J...

    This, like all the others, was an amazing book! They are great books to read, and was a great read throughout. I loved this book especially, because it was set in a theatre and was about show business. In this particular book, it really showed Hazel and Daisy as girls, and how they are...

    Dear Death in the Spotlight, I LOVE you. I wish I could keep you in my pocket every day as a reminder of all things good and sweet - female friendship, love for everyone not just a few, adventures for everyone not just a few, good stories, and of course, bunbreaks. You even have a m...

    Absolutely everything I wanted it to be, and capped off by some awesome acknowledgements at the end. Did I mention that I ADORE this series. Robin Stevens cannot write them fast enough. ...

    I don't want to spoil anything for people who haven't read it yet, but ahhhhhhhhhhhh Stevens did the thing I've been wanting her to do for more than half the series now ahhhhhhhhhhhhh Anyway. Breathe. Daisy and Hazel are on an extended break from London after the trip to Hong Kong, ...

    With the Detective Society being sent to Daisy?s Uncle Felix for their own protection, this could have been a bit of a damp squib. Fear not, the irrepressible Daisy and Hazel seem to sniff out suspicious circumstances without even trying, and number seven in the series is no exceptio...

    Not quite as sharp as Robin Stevens can be at her very best, but still a delightful little page-turner with quite a clever twist. I loved tagging along with Daisy and Hazel as they suddenly found themselves on a West End stage, trying to solve a murder in one of London's iconic (albeit...

    There's always been something special about Robin Stevens' work for me. I've been a fan of her since Murder Most Unladylike, a book that features in my thesis and a paper I'm working on and a presentation I'll be doing in a couple of months. I get a lot from her work, and I enjoy worki...

    http://wordnerdy.blogspot.com/2018/10... YAYYYY it?s a new Wells and Wong mystery!! Just what I needed at this precise moment in time. In this seventh outing, the girls are spending some time in London with Uncle Felix and his new wife, who decide to get the girls bit parts in a l...

    oh. my. god. i?m speechless, this was so brilliant and clever, maybe my favourite book of the year ...

    Is this the best Detective Society book yet? Maybe! I?m a delighted MESS. ...

    I love these books SO MUCH. They are perfectly charming and wonderful, just like Hazel and Daisy. ...

    *4.5 stars* I want to read about Hazel and Daisy forever please and thank you. ...

    Personally I thought it was better than the last two books!!!!!! I love the way Daisy and Hazel have maintained their relationship even now, when both the girls are getting older. This series is one of my favourite series ever and I'm hungry for more after this amazing seventh book! ...

    As Hazel and Daisy grow older they face even more opposition to their Detective Society than when it was founded. Once again Robin Stevens has created an exhilarating mystery which is almost impossible to put down and manages to weave important issues seamlessly into the storyline. I'm...

    Dopo tutto il trambusto ad Hong Kong, le nostre eroine Daisy e Hazel, vengono affidate agli zii Feliz e Lucy che trovano per loro dei posti nella nuova rappresentazione di Romeo e Giulietta nel famoso Rue Theatre di Londra. Questo per tenere le due fuori dai guai e, sopratutto, dai cri...

    The seventh instalment in the Murder Most Unladylike series has captured my heart once again. Through the development of the main protagonists, the reappearance of recurring characters such as Felix and Alexander and the introduction of some new ones, the book has truly earned its five...

    In the 7th instalment of my favourite middle grade series, Daisy and Hazel are staying in London with Daisy`s uncle and aunt after their adventures in Hong Kong, and it focuses on them joining the prestigious but financially failing Rue Theatre as part of their production of Romeo and ...

    Robin Stevens yet again has brought us a fantastic mystery full of fun, friendship and dastardly characters. I honestly think these books just get better and better, I always look forward to a new Detective Society outing and I am never ever disappointed. Daisy and Hazel are treadi...

  • Karen Barber
    Oct 08, 2018

    I would die for Daisy and Hazel. My favourite detectives had their best adventure yet, including Daisy's coming out as LGBT! Robin writes the most diverse, authentic, wonderfully researched historical fiction. It's full of BAME and LGBT characters of all ages. She is doing such ...

    This is the seventh book in the Murder Most Ladylike series. By this point, the characters and plots run along like clockwork. I wouldn't say it was one of the better instalments, though I adored the setting. I've always loved stories about putting on a performance - maybe a hang up fr...

    4.25 stars!! ...

    Whip smart mystery that had me guessing to the end, but what I really love about this series is Daisy and Hazel and the relationship between them. It's grown so beautifully since the first book and I love how complex and intertwined it is--a reflection that mirrors reality. This is Rob...

    ?For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo.? Hazel and Daisy are spending some time at Uncle Felix (and Aunt Lucy) after a very exciting few weeks (Hong Kong), and that is how they eventually stumble in the Rue Theatre, in the production of Romeo and J...

    This, like all the others, was an amazing book! They are great books to read, and was a great read throughout. I loved this book especially, because it was set in a theatre and was about show business. In this particular book, it really showed Hazel and Daisy as girls, and how they are...

    Dear Death in the Spotlight, I LOVE you. I wish I could keep you in my pocket every day as a reminder of all things good and sweet - female friendship, love for everyone not just a few, adventures for everyone not just a few, good stories, and of course, bunbreaks. You even have a m...

    Absolutely everything I wanted it to be, and capped off by some awesome acknowledgements at the end. Did I mention that I ADORE this series. Robin Stevens cannot write them fast enough. ...

    I don't want to spoil anything for people who haven't read it yet, but ahhhhhhhhhhhh Stevens did the thing I've been wanting her to do for more than half the series now ahhhhhhhhhhhhh Anyway. Breathe. Daisy and Hazel are on an extended break from London after the trip to Hong Kong, ...

    With the Detective Society being sent to Daisy?s Uncle Felix for their own protection, this could have been a bit of a damp squib. Fear not, the irrepressible Daisy and Hazel seem to sniff out suspicious circumstances without even trying, and number seven in the series is no exceptio...

  • Emily W
    Nov 13, 2018

    I would die for Daisy and Hazel. My favourite detectives had their best adventure yet, including Daisy's coming out as LGBT! Robin writes the most diverse, authentic, wonderfully researched historical fiction. It's full of BAME and LGBT characters of all ages. She is doing such ...

    This is the seventh book in the Murder Most Ladylike series. By this point, the characters and plots run along like clockwork. I wouldn't say it was one of the better instalments, though I adored the setting. I've always loved stories about putting on a performance - maybe a hang up fr...

    4.25 stars!! ...

    Whip smart mystery that had me guessing to the end, but what I really love about this series is Daisy and Hazel and the relationship between them. It's grown so beautifully since the first book and I love how complex and intertwined it is--a reflection that mirrors reality. This is Rob...

    ?For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo.? Hazel and Daisy are spending some time at Uncle Felix (and Aunt Lucy) after a very exciting few weeks (Hong Kong), and that is how they eventually stumble in the Rue Theatre, in the production of Romeo and J...

    This, like all the others, was an amazing book! They are great books to read, and was a great read throughout. I loved this book especially, because it was set in a theatre and was about show business. In this particular book, it really showed Hazel and Daisy as girls, and how they are...

    Dear Death in the Spotlight, I LOVE you. I wish I could keep you in my pocket every day as a reminder of all things good and sweet - female friendship, love for everyone not just a few, adventures for everyone not just a few, good stories, and of course, bunbreaks. You even have a m...

    Absolutely everything I wanted it to be, and capped off by some awesome acknowledgements at the end. Did I mention that I ADORE this series. Robin Stevens cannot write them fast enough. ...

    I don't want to spoil anything for people who haven't read it yet, but ahhhhhhhhhhhh Stevens did the thing I've been wanting her to do for more than half the series now ahhhhhhhhhhhhh Anyway. Breathe. Daisy and Hazel are on an extended break from London after the trip to Hong Kong, ...

    With the Detective Society being sent to Daisy?s Uncle Felix for their own protection, this could have been a bit of a damp squib. Fear not, the irrepressible Daisy and Hazel seem to sniff out suspicious circumstances without even trying, and number seven in the series is no exceptio...

    Not quite as sharp as Robin Stevens can be at her very best, but still a delightful little page-turner with quite a clever twist. I loved tagging along with Daisy and Hazel as they suddenly found themselves on a West End stage, trying to solve a murder in one of London's iconic (albeit...

    There's always been something special about Robin Stevens' work for me. I've been a fan of her since Murder Most Unladylike, a book that features in my thesis and a paper I'm working on and a presentation I'll be doing in a couple of months. I get a lot from her work, and I enjoy worki...

    http://wordnerdy.blogspot.com/2018/10... YAYYYY it?s a new Wells and Wong mystery!! Just what I needed at this precise moment in time. In this seventh outing, the girls are spending some time in London with Uncle Felix and his new wife, who decide to get the girls bit parts in a l...

    oh. my. god. i?m speechless, this was so brilliant and clever, maybe my favourite book of the year ...

    Is this the best Detective Society book yet? Maybe! I?m a delighted MESS. ...

    I love these books SO MUCH. They are perfectly charming and wonderful, just like Hazel and Daisy. ...

    *4.5 stars* I want to read about Hazel and Daisy forever please and thank you. ...

    Personally I thought it was better than the last two books!!!!!! I love the way Daisy and Hazel have maintained their relationship even now, when both the girls are getting older. This series is one of my favourite series ever and I'm hungry for more after this amazing seventh book! ...

    As Hazel and Daisy grow older they face even more opposition to their Detective Society than when it was founded. Once again Robin Stevens has created an exhilarating mystery which is almost impossible to put down and manages to weave important issues seamlessly into the storyline. I'm...

    Dopo tutto il trambusto ad Hong Kong, le nostre eroine Daisy e Hazel, vengono affidate agli zii Feliz e Lucy che trovano per loro dei posti nella nuova rappresentazione di Romeo e Giulietta nel famoso Rue Theatre di Londra. Questo per tenere le due fuori dai guai e, sopratutto, dai cri...

    The seventh instalment in the Murder Most Unladylike series has captured my heart once again. Through the development of the main protagonists, the reappearance of recurring characters such as Felix and Alexander and the introduction of some new ones, the book has truly earned its five...

    In the 7th instalment of my favourite middle grade series, Daisy and Hazel are staying in London with Daisy`s uncle and aunt after their adventures in Hong Kong, and it focuses on them joining the prestigious but financially failing Rue Theatre as part of their production of Romeo and ...

    Robin Stevens yet again has brought us a fantastic mystery full of fun, friendship and dastardly characters. I honestly think these books just get better and better, I always look forward to a new Detective Society outing and I am never ever disappointed. Daisy and Hazel are treadi...

    This is the best book in the series! I was reading several other books when Death in the Spotlight arrived but like all Wells and Wong books, it got top priority. Now all the books I was reading before seem really bad, because I just read a Murder Most Unladylike Mystery. The murder wa...

    These books get better and better. The murder is quite fantastical but then that?s what you expect in a murder mystery. It?s not really the murders that make thes books so good though. It?s the characters themselves. The only warning I would have is that I believe, like the Harry...

    I'm so glad Daisy was finally confirmed not straight. I read the author's note at the end -particularly the part about lgbtq+ people- it really made me feel more accepted in the world. Thank you Robin Stevens! I love your diverse writing. It's what we deserve in this age full of ho...

    Hazel and Daisy's latest adventure just might be my favourite...or one of my favourites as I adored the last one, set in Hong Kong! I love how Hazel and Daisy's relationship has evolved and how so many social issues are touched upon in a delicate and thoughtful way, from same-sex relat...

    oh how i love these girl detective mysteries. though the actual mystery disappoints (spotted the solution from miles away, because it so strongly cribs from christie...and christie, as one might expect, did it 100x better), the continued character development of said girl detectives le...

    Another excellent case! Every time I read one of these books I forget how much I love Hazel and Daisy and how far they've come from the first book (didn't manage to solve it this time, though!) Robin Stevens is blessing us with all this representation - there was so much about this boo...

  • Melanie
    Oct 07, 2018

    I would die for Daisy and Hazel. My favourite detectives had their best adventure yet, including Daisy's coming out as LGBT! Robin writes the most diverse, authentic, wonderfully researched historical fiction. It's full of BAME and LGBT characters of all ages. She is doing such ...

    This is the seventh book in the Murder Most Ladylike series. By this point, the characters and plots run along like clockwork. I wouldn't say it was one of the better instalments, though I adored the setting. I've always loved stories about putting on a performance - maybe a hang up fr...

    4.25 stars!! ...

    Whip smart mystery that had me guessing to the end, but what I really love about this series is Daisy and Hazel and the relationship between them. It's grown so beautifully since the first book and I love how complex and intertwined it is--a reflection that mirrors reality. This is Rob...

    ?For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo.? Hazel and Daisy are spending some time at Uncle Felix (and Aunt Lucy) after a very exciting few weeks (Hong Kong), and that is how they eventually stumble in the Rue Theatre, in the production of Romeo and J...

    This, like all the others, was an amazing book! They are great books to read, and was a great read throughout. I loved this book especially, because it was set in a theatre and was about show business. In this particular book, it really showed Hazel and Daisy as girls, and how they are...

    Dear Death in the Spotlight, I LOVE you. I wish I could keep you in my pocket every day as a reminder of all things good and sweet - female friendship, love for everyone not just a few, adventures for everyone not just a few, good stories, and of course, bunbreaks. You even have a m...

    Absolutely everything I wanted it to be, and capped off by some awesome acknowledgements at the end. Did I mention that I ADORE this series. Robin Stevens cannot write them fast enough. ...

    I don't want to spoil anything for people who haven't read it yet, but ahhhhhhhhhhhh Stevens did the thing I've been wanting her to do for more than half the series now ahhhhhhhhhhhhh Anyway. Breathe. Daisy and Hazel are on an extended break from London after the trip to Hong Kong, ...

    With the Detective Society being sent to Daisy?s Uncle Felix for their own protection, this could have been a bit of a damp squib. Fear not, the irrepressible Daisy and Hazel seem to sniff out suspicious circumstances without even trying, and number seven in the series is no exceptio...

    Not quite as sharp as Robin Stevens can be at her very best, but still a delightful little page-turner with quite a clever twist. I loved tagging along with Daisy and Hazel as they suddenly found themselves on a West End stage, trying to solve a murder in one of London's iconic (albeit...

    There's always been something special about Robin Stevens' work for me. I've been a fan of her since Murder Most Unladylike, a book that features in my thesis and a paper I'm working on and a presentation I'll be doing in a couple of months. I get a lot from her work, and I enjoy worki...

    http://wordnerdy.blogspot.com/2018/10... YAYYYY it?s a new Wells and Wong mystery!! Just what I needed at this precise moment in time. In this seventh outing, the girls are spending some time in London with Uncle Felix and his new wife, who decide to get the girls bit parts in a l...

    oh. my. god. i?m speechless, this was so brilliant and clever, maybe my favourite book of the year ...

    Is this the best Detective Society book yet? Maybe! I?m a delighted MESS. ...

    I love these books SO MUCH. They are perfectly charming and wonderful, just like Hazel and Daisy. ...

    *4.5 stars* I want to read about Hazel and Daisy forever please and thank you. ...

    Personally I thought it was better than the last two books!!!!!! I love the way Daisy and Hazel have maintained their relationship even now, when both the girls are getting older. This series is one of my favourite series ever and I'm hungry for more after this amazing seventh book! ...

    As Hazel and Daisy grow older they face even more opposition to their Detective Society than when it was founded. Once again Robin Stevens has created an exhilarating mystery which is almost impossible to put down and manages to weave important issues seamlessly into the storyline. I'm...

  • Lucy ❁♡ ★
    Oct 10, 2018

    I would die for Daisy and Hazel. My favourite detectives had their best adventure yet, including Daisy's coming out as LGBT! Robin writes the most diverse, authentic, wonderfully researched historical fiction. It's full of BAME and LGBT characters of all ages. She is doing such ...

    This is the seventh book in the Murder Most Ladylike series. By this point, the characters and plots run along like clockwork. I wouldn't say it was one of the better instalments, though I adored the setting. I've always loved stories about putting on a performance - maybe a hang up fr...

    4.25 stars!! ...

    Whip smart mystery that had me guessing to the end, but what I really love about this series is Daisy and Hazel and the relationship between them. It's grown so beautifully since the first book and I love how complex and intertwined it is--a reflection that mirrors reality. This is Rob...

    ?For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo.? Hazel and Daisy are spending some time at Uncle Felix (and Aunt Lucy) after a very exciting few weeks (Hong Kong), and that is how they eventually stumble in the Rue Theatre, in the production of Romeo and J...

    This, like all the others, was an amazing book! They are great books to read, and was a great read throughout. I loved this book especially, because it was set in a theatre and was about show business. In this particular book, it really showed Hazel and Daisy as girls, and how they are...

    Dear Death in the Spotlight, I LOVE you. I wish I could keep you in my pocket every day as a reminder of all things good and sweet - female friendship, love for everyone not just a few, adventures for everyone not just a few, good stories, and of course, bunbreaks. You even have a m...

    Absolutely everything I wanted it to be, and capped off by some awesome acknowledgements at the end. Did I mention that I ADORE this series. Robin Stevens cannot write them fast enough. ...

    I don't want to spoil anything for people who haven't read it yet, but ahhhhhhhhhhhh Stevens did the thing I've been wanting her to do for more than half the series now ahhhhhhhhhhhhh Anyway. Breathe. Daisy and Hazel are on an extended break from London after the trip to Hong Kong, ...

    With the Detective Society being sent to Daisy?s Uncle Felix for their own protection, this could have been a bit of a damp squib. Fear not, the irrepressible Daisy and Hazel seem to sniff out suspicious circumstances without even trying, and number seven in the series is no exceptio...

    Not quite as sharp as Robin Stevens can be at her very best, but still a delightful little page-turner with quite a clever twist. I loved tagging along with Daisy and Hazel as they suddenly found themselves on a West End stage, trying to solve a murder in one of London's iconic (albeit...

    There's always been something special about Robin Stevens' work for me. I've been a fan of her since Murder Most Unladylike, a book that features in my thesis and a paper I'm working on and a presentation I'll be doing in a couple of months. I get a lot from her work, and I enjoy worki...

    http://wordnerdy.blogspot.com/2018/10... YAYYYY it?s a new Wells and Wong mystery!! Just what I needed at this precise moment in time. In this seventh outing, the girls are spending some time in London with Uncle Felix and his new wife, who decide to get the girls bit parts in a l...

    oh. my. god. i?m speechless, this was so brilliant and clever, maybe my favourite book of the year ...

    Is this the best Detective Society book yet? Maybe! I?m a delighted MESS. ...

    I love these books SO MUCH. They are perfectly charming and wonderful, just like Hazel and Daisy. ...

    *4.5 stars* I want to read about Hazel and Daisy forever please and thank you. ...

    Personally I thought it was better than the last two books!!!!!! I love the way Daisy and Hazel have maintained their relationship even now, when both the girls are getting older. This series is one of my favourite series ever and I'm hungry for more after this amazing seventh book! ...

    As Hazel and Daisy grow older they face even more opposition to their Detective Society than when it was founded. Once again Robin Stevens has created an exhilarating mystery which is almost impossible to put down and manages to weave important issues seamlessly into the storyline. I'm...

    Dopo tutto il trambusto ad Hong Kong, le nostre eroine Daisy e Hazel, vengono affidate agli zii Feliz e Lucy che trovano per loro dei posti nella nuova rappresentazione di Romeo e Giulietta nel famoso Rue Theatre di Londra. Questo per tenere le due fuori dai guai e, sopratutto, dai cri...

    The seventh instalment in the Murder Most Unladylike series has captured my heart once again. Through the development of the main protagonists, the reappearance of recurring characters such as Felix and Alexander and the introduction of some new ones, the book has truly earned its five...

  • Isabel Coffey-Corrigan
    Oct 07, 2018

    I would die for Daisy and Hazel. My favourite detectives had their best adventure yet, including Daisy's coming out as LGBT! Robin writes the most diverse, authentic, wonderfully researched historical fiction. It's full of BAME and LGBT characters of all ages. She is doing such ...

    This is the seventh book in the Murder Most Ladylike series. By this point, the characters and plots run along like clockwork. I wouldn't say it was one of the better instalments, though I adored the setting. I've always loved stories about putting on a performance - maybe a hang up fr...

    4.25 stars!! ...

    Whip smart mystery that had me guessing to the end, but what I really love about this series is Daisy and Hazel and the relationship between them. It's grown so beautifully since the first book and I love how complex and intertwined it is--a reflection that mirrors reality. This is Rob...

    ?For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo.? Hazel and Daisy are spending some time at Uncle Felix (and Aunt Lucy) after a very exciting few weeks (Hong Kong), and that is how they eventually stumble in the Rue Theatre, in the production of Romeo and J...

    This, like all the others, was an amazing book! They are great books to read, and was a great read throughout. I loved this book especially, because it was set in a theatre and was about show business. In this particular book, it really showed Hazel and Daisy as girls, and how they are...

    Dear Death in the Spotlight, I LOVE you. I wish I could keep you in my pocket every day as a reminder of all things good and sweet - female friendship, love for everyone not just a few, adventures for everyone not just a few, good stories, and of course, bunbreaks. You even have a m...

    Absolutely everything I wanted it to be, and capped off by some awesome acknowledgements at the end. Did I mention that I ADORE this series. Robin Stevens cannot write them fast enough. ...

    I don't want to spoil anything for people who haven't read it yet, but ahhhhhhhhhhhh Stevens did the thing I've been wanting her to do for more than half the series now ahhhhhhhhhhhhh Anyway. Breathe. Daisy and Hazel are on an extended break from London after the trip to Hong Kong, ...

    With the Detective Society being sent to Daisy?s Uncle Felix for their own protection, this could have been a bit of a damp squib. Fear not, the irrepressible Daisy and Hazel seem to sniff out suspicious circumstances without even trying, and number seven in the series is no exceptio...

    Not quite as sharp as Robin Stevens can be at her very best, but still a delightful little page-turner with quite a clever twist. I loved tagging along with Daisy and Hazel as they suddenly found themselves on a West End stage, trying to solve a murder in one of London's iconic (albeit...

    There's always been something special about Robin Stevens' work for me. I've been a fan of her since Murder Most Unladylike, a book that features in my thesis and a paper I'm working on and a presentation I'll be doing in a couple of months. I get a lot from her work, and I enjoy worki...

    http://wordnerdy.blogspot.com/2018/10... YAYYYY it?s a new Wells and Wong mystery!! Just what I needed at this precise moment in time. In this seventh outing, the girls are spending some time in London with Uncle Felix and his new wife, who decide to get the girls bit parts in a l...

    oh. my. god. i?m speechless, this was so brilliant and clever, maybe my favourite book of the year ...

    Is this the best Detective Society book yet? Maybe! I?m a delighted MESS. ...

    I love these books SO MUCH. They are perfectly charming and wonderful, just like Hazel and Daisy. ...

    *4.5 stars* I want to read about Hazel and Daisy forever please and thank you. ...

    Personally I thought it was better than the last two books!!!!!! I love the way Daisy and Hazel have maintained their relationship even now, when both the girls are getting older. This series is one of my favourite series ever and I'm hungry for more after this amazing seventh book! ...

  • frey
    Oct 24, 2018

    I would die for Daisy and Hazel. My favourite detectives had their best adventure yet, including Daisy's coming out as LGBT! Robin writes the most diverse, authentic, wonderfully researched historical fiction. It's full of BAME and LGBT characters of all ages. She is doing such ...

    This is the seventh book in the Murder Most Ladylike series. By this point, the characters and plots run along like clockwork. I wouldn't say it was one of the better instalments, though I adored the setting. I've always loved stories about putting on a performance - maybe a hang up fr...

    4.25 stars!! ...

    Whip smart mystery that had me guessing to the end, but what I really love about this series is Daisy and Hazel and the relationship between them. It's grown so beautifully since the first book and I love how complex and intertwined it is--a reflection that mirrors reality. This is Rob...

    ?For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo.? Hazel and Daisy are spending some time at Uncle Felix (and Aunt Lucy) after a very exciting few weeks (Hong Kong), and that is how they eventually stumble in the Rue Theatre, in the production of Romeo and J...

    This, like all the others, was an amazing book! They are great books to read, and was a great read throughout. I loved this book especially, because it was set in a theatre and was about show business. In this particular book, it really showed Hazel and Daisy as girls, and how they are...

    Dear Death in the Spotlight, I LOVE you. I wish I could keep you in my pocket every day as a reminder of all things good and sweet - female friendship, love for everyone not just a few, adventures for everyone not just a few, good stories, and of course, bunbreaks. You even have a m...

    Absolutely everything I wanted it to be, and capped off by some awesome acknowledgements at the end. Did I mention that I ADORE this series. Robin Stevens cannot write them fast enough. ...

    I don't want to spoil anything for people who haven't read it yet, but ahhhhhhhhhhhh Stevens did the thing I've been wanting her to do for more than half the series now ahhhhhhhhhhhhh Anyway. Breathe. Daisy and Hazel are on an extended break from London after the trip to Hong Kong, ...

    With the Detective Society being sent to Daisy?s Uncle Felix for their own protection, this could have been a bit of a damp squib. Fear not, the irrepressible Daisy and Hazel seem to sniff out suspicious circumstances without even trying, and number seven in the series is no exceptio...

    Not quite as sharp as Robin Stevens can be at her very best, but still a delightful little page-turner with quite a clever twist. I loved tagging along with Daisy and Hazel as they suddenly found themselves on a West End stage, trying to solve a murder in one of London's iconic (albeit...

    There's always been something special about Robin Stevens' work for me. I've been a fan of her since Murder Most Unladylike, a book that features in my thesis and a paper I'm working on and a presentation I'll be doing in a couple of months. I get a lot from her work, and I enjoy worki...

    http://wordnerdy.blogspot.com/2018/10... YAYYYY it?s a new Wells and Wong mystery!! Just what I needed at this precise moment in time. In this seventh outing, the girls are spending some time in London with Uncle Felix and his new wife, who decide to get the girls bit parts in a l...

    oh. my. god. i?m speechless, this was so brilliant and clever, maybe my favourite book of the year ...

  • Christina Reid
    Dec 09, 2018

    I would die for Daisy and Hazel. My favourite detectives had their best adventure yet, including Daisy's coming out as LGBT! Robin writes the most diverse, authentic, wonderfully researched historical fiction. It's full of BAME and LGBT characters of all ages. She is doing such ...

    This is the seventh book in the Murder Most Ladylike series. By this point, the characters and plots run along like clockwork. I wouldn't say it was one of the better instalments, though I adored the setting. I've always loved stories about putting on a performance - maybe a hang up fr...

    4.25 stars!! ...

    Whip smart mystery that had me guessing to the end, but what I really love about this series is Daisy and Hazel and the relationship between them. It's grown so beautifully since the first book and I love how complex and intertwined it is--a reflection that mirrors reality. This is Rob...

    ?For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo.? Hazel and Daisy are spending some time at Uncle Felix (and Aunt Lucy) after a very exciting few weeks (Hong Kong), and that is how they eventually stumble in the Rue Theatre, in the production of Romeo and J...

    This, like all the others, was an amazing book! They are great books to read, and was a great read throughout. I loved this book especially, because it was set in a theatre and was about show business. In this particular book, it really showed Hazel and Daisy as girls, and how they are...

    Dear Death in the Spotlight, I LOVE you. I wish I could keep you in my pocket every day as a reminder of all things good and sweet - female friendship, love for everyone not just a few, adventures for everyone not just a few, good stories, and of course, bunbreaks. You even have a m...

    Absolutely everything I wanted it to be, and capped off by some awesome acknowledgements at the end. Did I mention that I ADORE this series. Robin Stevens cannot write them fast enough. ...

    I don't want to spoil anything for people who haven't read it yet, but ahhhhhhhhhhhh Stevens did the thing I've been wanting her to do for more than half the series now ahhhhhhhhhhhhh Anyway. Breathe. Daisy and Hazel are on an extended break from London after the trip to Hong Kong, ...

    With the Detective Society being sent to Daisy?s Uncle Felix for their own protection, this could have been a bit of a damp squib. Fear not, the irrepressible Daisy and Hazel seem to sniff out suspicious circumstances without even trying, and number seven in the series is no exceptio...

    Not quite as sharp as Robin Stevens can be at her very best, but still a delightful little page-turner with quite a clever twist. I loved tagging along with Daisy and Hazel as they suddenly found themselves on a West End stage, trying to solve a murder in one of London's iconic (albeit...

    There's always been something special about Robin Stevens' work for me. I've been a fan of her since Murder Most Unladylike, a book that features in my thesis and a paper I'm working on and a presentation I'll be doing in a couple of months. I get a lot from her work, and I enjoy worki...

    http://wordnerdy.blogspot.com/2018/10... YAYYYY it?s a new Wells and Wong mystery!! Just what I needed at this precise moment in time. In this seventh outing, the girls are spending some time in London with Uncle Felix and his new wife, who decide to get the girls bit parts in a l...

    oh. my. god. i?m speechless, this was so brilliant and clever, maybe my favourite book of the year ...

    Is this the best Detective Society book yet? Maybe! I?m a delighted MESS. ...

    I love these books SO MUCH. They are perfectly charming and wonderful, just like Hazel and Daisy. ...

    *4.5 stars* I want to read about Hazel and Daisy forever please and thank you. ...

    Personally I thought it was better than the last two books!!!!!! I love the way Daisy and Hazel have maintained their relationship even now, when both the girls are getting older. This series is one of my favourite series ever and I'm hungry for more after this amazing seventh book! ...

    As Hazel and Daisy grow older they face even more opposition to their Detective Society than when it was founded. Once again Robin Stevens has created an exhilarating mystery which is almost impossible to put down and manages to weave important issues seamlessly into the storyline. I'm...

    Dopo tutto il trambusto ad Hong Kong, le nostre eroine Daisy e Hazel, vengono affidate agli zii Feliz e Lucy che trovano per loro dei posti nella nuova rappresentazione di Romeo e Giulietta nel famoso Rue Theatre di Londra. Questo per tenere le due fuori dai guai e, sopratutto, dai cri...

    The seventh instalment in the Murder Most Unladylike series has captured my heart once again. Through the development of the main protagonists, the reappearance of recurring characters such as Felix and Alexander and the introduction of some new ones, the book has truly earned its five...

    In the 7th instalment of my favourite middle grade series, Daisy and Hazel are staying in London with Daisy`s uncle and aunt after their adventures in Hong Kong, and it focuses on them joining the prestigious but financially failing Rue Theatre as part of their production of Romeo and ...

    Robin Stevens yet again has brought us a fantastic mystery full of fun, friendship and dastardly characters. I honestly think these books just get better and better, I always look forward to a new Detective Society outing and I am never ever disappointed. Daisy and Hazel are treadi...

    This is the best book in the series! I was reading several other books when Death in the Spotlight arrived but like all Wells and Wong books, it got top priority. Now all the books I was reading before seem really bad, because I just read a Murder Most Unladylike Mystery. The murder wa...

    These books get better and better. The murder is quite fantastical but then that?s what you expect in a murder mystery. It?s not really the murders that make thes books so good though. It?s the characters themselves. The only warning I would have is that I believe, like the Harry...

    I'm so glad Daisy was finally confirmed not straight. I read the author's note at the end -particularly the part about lgbtq+ people- it really made me feel more accepted in the world. Thank you Robin Stevens! I love your diverse writing. It's what we deserve in this age full of ho...

    Hazel and Daisy's latest adventure just might be my favourite...or one of my favourites as I adored the last one, set in Hong Kong! I love how Hazel and Daisy's relationship has evolved and how so many social issues are touched upon in a delicate and thoughtful way, from same-sex relat...

  • Amy (Golden Books Girl)
    Nov 10, 2018

    I would die for Daisy and Hazel. My favourite detectives had their best adventure yet, including Daisy's coming out as LGBT! Robin writes the most diverse, authentic, wonderfully researched historical fiction. It's full of BAME and LGBT characters of all ages. She is doing such ...

    This is the seventh book in the Murder Most Ladylike series. By this point, the characters and plots run along like clockwork. I wouldn't say it was one of the better instalments, though I adored the setting. I've always loved stories about putting on a performance - maybe a hang up fr...

    4.25 stars!! ...

    Whip smart mystery that had me guessing to the end, but what I really love about this series is Daisy and Hazel and the relationship between them. It's grown so beautifully since the first book and I love how complex and intertwined it is--a reflection that mirrors reality. This is Rob...

    ?For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo.? Hazel and Daisy are spending some time at Uncle Felix (and Aunt Lucy) after a very exciting few weeks (Hong Kong), and that is how they eventually stumble in the Rue Theatre, in the production of Romeo and J...

    This, like all the others, was an amazing book! They are great books to read, and was a great read throughout. I loved this book especially, because it was set in a theatre and was about show business. In this particular book, it really showed Hazel and Daisy as girls, and how they are...

    Dear Death in the Spotlight, I LOVE you. I wish I could keep you in my pocket every day as a reminder of all things good and sweet - female friendship, love for everyone not just a few, adventures for everyone not just a few, good stories, and of course, bunbreaks. You even have a m...

    Absolutely everything I wanted it to be, and capped off by some awesome acknowledgements at the end. Did I mention that I ADORE this series. Robin Stevens cannot write them fast enough. ...

    I don't want to spoil anything for people who haven't read it yet, but ahhhhhhhhhhhh Stevens did the thing I've been wanting her to do for more than half the series now ahhhhhhhhhhhhh Anyway. Breathe. Daisy and Hazel are on an extended break from London after the trip to Hong Kong, ...

    With the Detective Society being sent to Daisy?s Uncle Felix for their own protection, this could have been a bit of a damp squib. Fear not, the irrepressible Daisy and Hazel seem to sniff out suspicious circumstances without even trying, and number seven in the series is no exceptio...

    Not quite as sharp as Robin Stevens can be at her very best, but still a delightful little page-turner with quite a clever twist. I loved tagging along with Daisy and Hazel as they suddenly found themselves on a West End stage, trying to solve a murder in one of London's iconic (albeit...

    There's always been something special about Robin Stevens' work for me. I've been a fan of her since Murder Most Unladylike, a book that features in my thesis and a paper I'm working on and a presentation I'll be doing in a couple of months. I get a lot from her work, and I enjoy worki...

    http://wordnerdy.blogspot.com/2018/10... YAYYYY it?s a new Wells and Wong mystery!! Just what I needed at this precise moment in time. In this seventh outing, the girls are spending some time in London with Uncle Felix and his new wife, who decide to get the girls bit parts in a l...

    oh. my. god. i?m speechless, this was so brilliant and clever, maybe my favourite book of the year ...

    Is this the best Detective Society book yet? Maybe! I?m a delighted MESS. ...

    I love these books SO MUCH. They are perfectly charming and wonderful, just like Hazel and Daisy. ...

    *4.5 stars* I want to read about Hazel and Daisy forever please and thank you. ...

    Personally I thought it was better than the last two books!!!!!! I love the way Daisy and Hazel have maintained their relationship even now, when both the girls are getting older. This series is one of my favourite series ever and I'm hungry for more after this amazing seventh book! ...

    As Hazel and Daisy grow older they face even more opposition to their Detective Society than when it was founded. Once again Robin Stevens has created an exhilarating mystery which is almost impossible to put down and manages to weave important issues seamlessly into the storyline. I'm...

    Dopo tutto il trambusto ad Hong Kong, le nostre eroine Daisy e Hazel, vengono affidate agli zii Feliz e Lucy che trovano per loro dei posti nella nuova rappresentazione di Romeo e Giulietta nel famoso Rue Theatre di Londra. Questo per tenere le due fuori dai guai e, sopratutto, dai cri...

    The seventh instalment in the Murder Most Unladylike series has captured my heart once again. Through the development of the main protagonists, the reappearance of recurring characters such as Felix and Alexander and the introduction of some new ones, the book has truly earned its five...

    In the 7th instalment of my favourite middle grade series, Daisy and Hazel are staying in London with Daisy`s uncle and aunt after their adventures in Hong Kong, and it focuses on them joining the prestigious but financially failing Rue Theatre as part of their production of Romeo and ...

  • Erris
    Oct 09, 2018

    I would die for Daisy and Hazel. My favourite detectives had their best adventure yet, including Daisy's coming out as LGBT! Robin writes the most diverse, authentic, wonderfully researched historical fiction. It's full of BAME and LGBT characters of all ages. She is doing such ...

    This is the seventh book in the Murder Most Ladylike series. By this point, the characters and plots run along like clockwork. I wouldn't say it was one of the better instalments, though I adored the setting. I've always loved stories about putting on a performance - maybe a hang up fr...

    4.25 stars!! ...

    Whip smart mystery that had me guessing to the end, but what I really love about this series is Daisy and Hazel and the relationship between them. It's grown so beautifully since the first book and I love how complex and intertwined it is--a reflection that mirrors reality. This is Rob...

    ?For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo.? Hazel and Daisy are spending some time at Uncle Felix (and Aunt Lucy) after a very exciting few weeks (Hong Kong), and that is how they eventually stumble in the Rue Theatre, in the production of Romeo and J...

    This, like all the others, was an amazing book! They are great books to read, and was a great read throughout. I loved this book especially, because it was set in a theatre and was about show business. In this particular book, it really showed Hazel and Daisy as girls, and how they are...

    Dear Death in the Spotlight, I LOVE you. I wish I could keep you in my pocket every day as a reminder of all things good and sweet - female friendship, love for everyone not just a few, adventures for everyone not just a few, good stories, and of course, bunbreaks. You even have a m...

    Absolutely everything I wanted it to be, and capped off by some awesome acknowledgements at the end. Did I mention that I ADORE this series. Robin Stevens cannot write them fast enough. ...

    I don't want to spoil anything for people who haven't read it yet, but ahhhhhhhhhhhh Stevens did the thing I've been wanting her to do for more than half the series now ahhhhhhhhhhhhh Anyway. Breathe. Daisy and Hazel are on an extended break from London after the trip to Hong Kong, ...

    With the Detective Society being sent to Daisy?s Uncle Felix for their own protection, this could have been a bit of a damp squib. Fear not, the irrepressible Daisy and Hazel seem to sniff out suspicious circumstances without even trying, and number seven in the series is no exceptio...

    Not quite as sharp as Robin Stevens can be at her very best, but still a delightful little page-turner with quite a clever twist. I loved tagging along with Daisy and Hazel as they suddenly found themselves on a West End stage, trying to solve a murder in one of London's iconic (albeit...

    There's always been something special about Robin Stevens' work for me. I've been a fan of her since Murder Most Unladylike, a book that features in my thesis and a paper I'm working on and a presentation I'll be doing in a couple of months. I get a lot from her work, and I enjoy worki...

    http://wordnerdy.blogspot.com/2018/10... YAYYYY it?s a new Wells and Wong mystery!! Just what I needed at this precise moment in time. In this seventh outing, the girls are spending some time in London with Uncle Felix and his new wife, who decide to get the girls bit parts in a l...

    oh. my. god. i?m speechless, this was so brilliant and clever, maybe my favourite book of the year ...

    Is this the best Detective Society book yet? Maybe! I?m a delighted MESS. ...

    I love these books SO MUCH. They are perfectly charming and wonderful, just like Hazel and Daisy. ...

    *4.5 stars* I want to read about Hazel and Daisy forever please and thank you. ...

    Personally I thought it was better than the last two books!!!!!! I love the way Daisy and Hazel have maintained their relationship even now, when both the girls are getting older. This series is one of my favourite series ever and I'm hungry for more after this amazing seventh book! ...

    As Hazel and Daisy grow older they face even more opposition to their Detective Society than when it was founded. Once again Robin Stevens has created an exhilarating mystery which is almost impossible to put down and manages to weave important issues seamlessly into the storyline. I'm...

    Dopo tutto il trambusto ad Hong Kong, le nostre eroine Daisy e Hazel, vengono affidate agli zii Feliz e Lucy che trovano per loro dei posti nella nuova rappresentazione di Romeo e Giulietta nel famoso Rue Theatre di Londra. Questo per tenere le due fuori dai guai e, sopratutto, dai cri...

    The seventh instalment in the Murder Most Unladylike series has captured my heart once again. Through the development of the main protagonists, the reappearance of recurring characters such as Felix and Alexander and the introduction of some new ones, the book has truly earned its five...

    In the 7th instalment of my favourite middle grade series, Daisy and Hazel are staying in London with Daisy`s uncle and aunt after their adventures in Hong Kong, and it focuses on them joining the prestigious but financially failing Rue Theatre as part of their production of Romeo and ...

    Robin Stevens yet again has brought us a fantastic mystery full of fun, friendship and dastardly characters. I honestly think these books just get better and better, I always look forward to a new Detective Society outing and I am never ever disappointed. Daisy and Hazel are treadi...

    This is the best book in the series! I was reading several other books when Death in the Spotlight arrived but like all Wells and Wong books, it got top priority. Now all the books I was reading before seem really bad, because I just read a Murder Most Unladylike Mystery. The murder wa...

    These books get better and better. The murder is quite fantastical but then that?s what you expect in a murder mystery. It?s not really the murders that make thes books so good though. It?s the characters themselves. The only warning I would have is that I believe, like the Harry...

    I'm so glad Daisy was finally confirmed not straight. I read the author's note at the end -particularly the part about lgbtq+ people- it really made me feel more accepted in the world. Thank you Robin Stevens! I love your diverse writing. It's what we deserve in this age full of ho...

  • Izzy
    Oct 09, 2018

    I would die for Daisy and Hazel. My favourite detectives had their best adventure yet, including Daisy's coming out as LGBT! Robin writes the most diverse, authentic, wonderfully researched historical fiction. It's full of BAME and LGBT characters of all ages. She is doing such ...

    This is the seventh book in the Murder Most Ladylike series. By this point, the characters and plots run along like clockwork. I wouldn't say it was one of the better instalments, though I adored the setting. I've always loved stories about putting on a performance - maybe a hang up fr...

    4.25 stars!! ...

    Whip smart mystery that had me guessing to the end, but what I really love about this series is Daisy and Hazel and the relationship between them. It's grown so beautifully since the first book and I love how complex and intertwined it is--a reflection that mirrors reality. This is Rob...

    ?For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo.? Hazel and Daisy are spending some time at Uncle Felix (and Aunt Lucy) after a very exciting few weeks (Hong Kong), and that is how they eventually stumble in the Rue Theatre, in the production of Romeo and J...

    This, like all the others, was an amazing book! They are great books to read, and was a great read throughout. I loved this book especially, because it was set in a theatre and was about show business. In this particular book, it really showed Hazel and Daisy as girls, and how they are...

    Dear Death in the Spotlight, I LOVE you. I wish I could keep you in my pocket every day as a reminder of all things good and sweet - female friendship, love for everyone not just a few, adventures for everyone not just a few, good stories, and of course, bunbreaks. You even have a m...

    Absolutely everything I wanted it to be, and capped off by some awesome acknowledgements at the end. Did I mention that I ADORE this series. Robin Stevens cannot write them fast enough. ...

    I don't want to spoil anything for people who haven't read it yet, but ahhhhhhhhhhhh Stevens did the thing I've been wanting her to do for more than half the series now ahhhhhhhhhhhhh Anyway. Breathe. Daisy and Hazel are on an extended break from London after the trip to Hong Kong, ...

    With the Detective Society being sent to Daisy?s Uncle Felix for their own protection, this could have been a bit of a damp squib. Fear not, the irrepressible Daisy and Hazel seem to sniff out suspicious circumstances without even trying, and number seven in the series is no exceptio...

    Not quite as sharp as Robin Stevens can be at her very best, but still a delightful little page-turner with quite a clever twist. I loved tagging along with Daisy and Hazel as they suddenly found themselves on a West End stage, trying to solve a murder in one of London's iconic (albeit...

    There's always been something special about Robin Stevens' work for me. I've been a fan of her since Murder Most Unladylike, a book that features in my thesis and a paper I'm working on and a presentation I'll be doing in a couple of months. I get a lot from her work, and I enjoy worki...

    http://wordnerdy.blogspot.com/2018/10... YAYYYY it?s a new Wells and Wong mystery!! Just what I needed at this precise moment in time. In this seventh outing, the girls are spending some time in London with Uncle Felix and his new wife, who decide to get the girls bit parts in a l...

    oh. my. god. i?m speechless, this was so brilliant and clever, maybe my favourite book of the year ...

    Is this the best Detective Society book yet? Maybe! I?m a delighted MESS. ...

    I love these books SO MUCH. They are perfectly charming and wonderful, just like Hazel and Daisy. ...

    *4.5 stars* I want to read about Hazel and Daisy forever please and thank you. ...

    Personally I thought it was better than the last two books!!!!!! I love the way Daisy and Hazel have maintained their relationship even now, when both the girls are getting older. This series is one of my favourite series ever and I'm hungry for more after this amazing seventh book! ...

    As Hazel and Daisy grow older they face even more opposition to their Detective Society than when it was founded. Once again Robin Stevens has created an exhilarating mystery which is almost impossible to put down and manages to weave important issues seamlessly into the storyline. I'm...

    Dopo tutto il trambusto ad Hong Kong, le nostre eroine Daisy e Hazel, vengono affidate agli zii Feliz e Lucy che trovano per loro dei posti nella nuova rappresentazione di Romeo e Giulietta nel famoso Rue Theatre di Londra. Questo per tenere le due fuori dai guai e, sopratutto, dai cri...

    The seventh instalment in the Murder Most Unladylike series has captured my heart once again. Through the development of the main protagonists, the reappearance of recurring characters such as Felix and Alexander and the introduction of some new ones, the book has truly earned its five...

    In the 7th instalment of my favourite middle grade series, Daisy and Hazel are staying in London with Daisy`s uncle and aunt after their adventures in Hong Kong, and it focuses on them joining the prestigious but financially failing Rue Theatre as part of their production of Romeo and ...

    Robin Stevens yet again has brought us a fantastic mystery full of fun, friendship and dastardly characters. I honestly think these books just get better and better, I always look forward to a new Detective Society outing and I am never ever disappointed. Daisy and Hazel are treadi...

    This is the best book in the series! I was reading several other books when Death in the Spotlight arrived but like all Wells and Wong books, it got top priority. Now all the books I was reading before seem really bad, because I just read a Murder Most Unladylike Mystery. The murder wa...

  • Sylvie
    Oct 06, 2018

    I would die for Daisy and Hazel. My favourite detectives had their best adventure yet, including Daisy's coming out as LGBT! Robin writes the most diverse, authentic, wonderfully researched historical fiction. It's full of BAME and LGBT characters of all ages. She is doing such ...

    This is the seventh book in the Murder Most Ladylike series. By this point, the characters and plots run along like clockwork. I wouldn't say it was one of the better instalments, though I adored the setting. I've always loved stories about putting on a performance - maybe a hang up fr...

    4.25 stars!! ...

  • Nic
    Oct 07, 2018

    I would die for Daisy and Hazel. My favourite detectives had their best adventure yet, including Daisy's coming out as LGBT! Robin writes the most diverse, authentic, wonderfully researched historical fiction. It's full of BAME and LGBT characters of all ages. She is doing such ...

    This is the seventh book in the Murder Most Ladylike series. By this point, the characters and plots run along like clockwork. I wouldn't say it was one of the better instalments, though I adored the setting. I've always loved stories about putting on a performance - maybe a hang up fr...

    4.25 stars!! ...

    Whip smart mystery that had me guessing to the end, but what I really love about this series is Daisy and Hazel and the relationship between them. It's grown so beautifully since the first book and I love how complex and intertwined it is--a reflection that mirrors reality. This is Rob...

    ?For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo.? Hazel and Daisy are spending some time at Uncle Felix (and Aunt Lucy) after a very exciting few weeks (Hong Kong), and that is how they eventually stumble in the Rue Theatre, in the production of Romeo and J...

    This, like all the others, was an amazing book! They are great books to read, and was a great read throughout. I loved this book especially, because it was set in a theatre and was about show business. In this particular book, it really showed Hazel and Daisy as girls, and how they are...

    Dear Death in the Spotlight, I LOVE you. I wish I could keep you in my pocket every day as a reminder of all things good and sweet - female friendship, love for everyone not just a few, adventures for everyone not just a few, good stories, and of course, bunbreaks. You even have a m...

    Absolutely everything I wanted it to be, and capped off by some awesome acknowledgements at the end. Did I mention that I ADORE this series. Robin Stevens cannot write them fast enough. ...

    I don't want to spoil anything for people who haven't read it yet, but ahhhhhhhhhhhh Stevens did the thing I've been wanting her to do for more than half the series now ahhhhhhhhhhhhh Anyway. Breathe. Daisy and Hazel are on an extended break from London after the trip to Hong Kong, ...

  • 16BlandfordI
    Nov 11, 2018

    I would die for Daisy and Hazel. My favourite detectives had their best adventure yet, including Daisy's coming out as LGBT! Robin writes the most diverse, authentic, wonderfully researched historical fiction. It's full of BAME and LGBT characters of all ages. She is doing such ...

    This is the seventh book in the Murder Most Ladylike series. By this point, the characters and plots run along like clockwork. I wouldn't say it was one of the better instalments, though I adored the setting. I've always loved stories about putting on a performance - maybe a hang up fr...

    4.25 stars!! ...

    Whip smart mystery that had me guessing to the end, but what I really love about this series is Daisy and Hazel and the relationship between them. It's grown so beautifully since the first book and I love how complex and intertwined it is--a reflection that mirrors reality. This is Rob...

    ?For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo.? Hazel and Daisy are spending some time at Uncle Felix (and Aunt Lucy) after a very exciting few weeks (Hong Kong), and that is how they eventually stumble in the Rue Theatre, in the production of Romeo and J...

    This, like all the others, was an amazing book! They are great books to read, and was a great read throughout. I loved this book especially, because it was set in a theatre and was about show business. In this particular book, it really showed Hazel and Daisy as girls, and how they are...