I am the Honourable Daisy Wells, President of the Detective Society, one of the greatest detectives ever known - and also a fourth former at Deepdean School for Girls.
Violet Darby - one of the Big Girls - recently asked me to solve a most puzzling romantic mystery. I knew I'd be able to crack the case, and I did, in just a day and a half. It was one of my greatest triumphs (Hazel Wong, my Vice-President and best friend, is telling me that this is boasting, but it is also the truth). Hazel didn't believe I would have the patience to write the account of it, but of course, she was wrong. I did write it down, and it came out very well.
I now, therefore, present to you: the Case of the Blue Violet.
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To celebrate the last mystery in the bestselling Murder Most Unladylike series, we’ve got all you need to throw your own – socially distanced, of course – Detective Society Forever party.
Avid Murder Most Unladylike fans will already know that in Death in the Spotlight Detective Daisy Wells has her first crush – and it’s on a girl. Here, Robin reveals what it meant to her to write a gay character, while Pride in Publishing’s Charlie Morris, LGBTQ+ activist, describes what this moment means for queer readers everywhere.