• The second book in Robin Stevens' fabulous Wells and Wong schoolgirl detective series - think St Trinians mixed with Miss Marple. These are thrilling books for tween detectives who adore solving dastardly murders, jolly hockey sticks and iced buns for tea

  • A delight . . . The Agatha Christie-style clues are unravelled with sustained tension and the whole thing is a hoot from start to finish

    Sally Morris, Daily Mail
  • A feelgood blend of Malory Towers and Cluedo . . . Stevens has upped her game in this new volume

  • A feast for readers

    Amanda Craig, New Statesman
  • An entertaining, nostalgic brainteaser

    Sunday Times
  • pitch-perfect 1930s mystery

  • Arsenic for Tea is a joy. A multi-layered sandwich cake of joy . . . Stylish, charming, witty and delightful . . . Worth cancelling everything for

    Did You Ever Stop To Think
  • These Agatha-Christie-indebted tales involve detective duo Daisy Wells and her sidekick Hazel Wong, wealthy schoolgirls from England and Hong Kong. In the first book, they investigated a murder at their boarding school. This time, Daisy's family's stately home - a hotbed of jealousy and greed - provides a rich cast of suspects when it's not just the cake candles that are snuffed out at a birthday tea party. Emotional conflict, logical deduction and the period setting make for an entertaining, nostalgic brainteaser

    Nicolette Jones, Sunday Times
  • Even better than its predecessor . . . Brilliant

    The Book Zone
  • This series comes vibrantly to life with Hazel's warm, charming narration and I just want more Wells and Wong Mysteries

    So Many Books, So Little Time

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