Reviews

  • Jolly gripping stuff

    The Times
  • Another cracking mystery

    Sunday Express
  • It's Agatha Christie for nine-year-olds with psychological insight from our Chinese heroine. Golly!

    Spectator
  • Enough twists and turns to satisfy young readers . . . An exciting story

    Sun
  • In her Murder Most Unladylike series, Robin Stevens has cleverly created a crossbreed of the detective and boarding school genres. The closeted, parent-free environment of Deepdean School for Girls provides a fertile breeding ground for intrigue and speculation. In this fourth title, the head girl Elizabeth - a tyrant in a gym slip - is murdered on Bonfire Night

    Telegraph