A Spoonful of Murder (Murder Most Unladylike Mystery, #6) by Robin Stevens

A Spoonful of Murder (Murder Most Unladylike Mystery, #6)

The sixth mystery from the bestselling, award-winning author of Murder Most Unladylike.

Details A Spoonful of Murder (Murder Most Unladylike Mystery, #6)

TitleA Spoonful of Murder (Murder Most Unladylike Mystery, #6)
Release DateFeb 8th, 2018
GenreHistorical, Mystery, Childrens, Middle Grade, Crime, Young Adult

Reviews A Spoonful of Murder (Murder Most Unladylike Mystery, #6)

  • LH Johnson
    There was a point in reading this when the back of my neck started to tingle. It's not often that happens, but when it does, it's the sort of thing you need to pay attention to. And I think you've experienced it too; that little sensation that you are reading something that is kind of superlatively wonderful, and your whole body has realised it. A literary spider sense if you will. The voice that forms afterwards and whispers: this is good. I had...
  • Laura Noakes
    This series just gets better and better.
  • Lexie
    These books are aimed for 8-12 year olds, and since I'm now a teenager I'm not really the target market. All the same, I've been a fan of this series for a while, and really like Robin's writing, so obviously I was super excited to receive this book! This time, Hazel and Daisy are at Hazel's home in Hong Kong, which is a really interesting setting, as I've not read much set in Hong Kong, so I was excited for that! They're there as Hazel's grandfa...
  • Lisa
    A new Murder Most Unladylike book is always a treat & this one is no exception. The Hong Kong setting allows us to see different sides to Hazel & Daisy and I particularly enjoyed seeing Daisy so discombobulated at times! This was really Hazel's story though and the opportunity to find out more about her family & life in Hong Kong was most welcome.Detective Society Forever!
  • gem
    Review to come!
  • Emma
    As I always say at the start of any review that I do for the Murder Most Unladylike series – I love Robin Stevens and I love Hazel and Daisy! These books are going from strength to strength and ‘A Spoonful of Murder’ is now my favourite (alongside ‘First Class Murder). When I saw that this latest mystery was going to be set in Hong Kong I was even more excited to read it, China has long held a fascination for me and I have a weakness for ...
  • Amy Snow O'Connell
    Another top class mystery from Robin Stevens! In this book Daisy and Hazel face not just a murder, but they have to act quickly to solve a kidnapping mystery and find Hazel's brother before time runs out. There are so many wonderful things about the book, but I have to say that it's wonderful to see Hazel mature and start to have confidence in her own strength. Her world gets turned upside-down in A Spoonful of Murder and over the course of the b...
  • Karina
    The Wells and Wong Detective Society are back - but this time they are on Hazel's ground - Hong Kong! As exciting, intriguing and mysterious as ever, but even more atmospheric - this was one of the best books in the series so far for me - I love the way the characters keep changing and growing.A delight to read.