A Spoonful of Murder (Murder Most Unladylike Mysteries #6)

A Spoonful of Murder (Murder Most Unladylike Mysteries #6)

The sixth mystery from the bestselling, award-winning author of Murder Most Unladylike. When Hazel Wong's beloved grandfather passes away, Daisy Wells is all too happy to accompany her friend (and Detective Society Vice President) to Hazel's family estate in beautiful, bustling Hong Kong. But when they arrive they discover something they didn't expect: there's a new member o The sixth mystery from the bestselling, award-winning author of Murder Most Unladylike. When Hazel Wong's belo...

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Title:A Spoonful of Murder (Murder Most Unladylike Mysteries #6)
Author:Robin Stevens
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Genres:Childrens
ISBN:B06W5TZRLK
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:325 pages pages

A Spoonful of Murder (Murder Most Unladylike Mysteries #6) Reviews

  • Victoria (Eve's Alexandria)
    Feb 24, 2018
    Mistletoe and Murder is still my favourite but this is predictably fabulous. It continues Hazel?s arc of growing independence and self confidence, and I enjoyed Daisy being the ?fish out of water? in Hong Kong enormously. As the crimes become more complicated and horrible I think...
  • Lotte
    May 08, 2018
    Dit was echt mijn favoriet van de serie tot nu toe. (Echt, ook als je geen tien jaar bent is dit een fantastische reeks) ...
  • Kirsty
    Mar 18, 2018
    very much enjoyed it. Looking forward to more ...
  • Lauren James
    Feb 09, 2018
    I'd missed Daisy and Hazel SO MUCH. This was so well researched and intricate and I'm just SO PROUD of Robin. I want 200 more of these books ASAP, please. ...
  • gem
    Feb 08, 2018
    Review to come! ...
  • Kirsty Stanley
    Feb 11, 2018
    4.5 stars My favourite so far. Loved the setting. ...
  • LH Johnson
    Feb 02, 2018
    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 ...
  • Verity W
    Feb 25, 2018
    I love this series so much and I really rationed myself to try and make this one last. And I managed more than two weeks, which is totally restrained for me - I usually gobble these up in a sitting pretty much as soon as they come out. Anyway this book sees Hazel back on her home te...
  • Seawood
    Mar 11, 2018
    Brilliant addition to the series - this time it's Wong and Wells vs the world in Hazel's home in Hong Kong, and boy, Daisy does not like being second fiddle! It's a wonderful twist, to switch their social positions - here, Hazel is the expert. Daisy has a LOT to deal with - the Wong's ...
  • Mehsi
    Feb 18, 2018
    Hazel and Daisy are going to Hong Kong! And you can already guess that their visit will be much more than what they came for! I was so exciting about this book that I just couldn't wait and bought it during my trip in London. Yay for the book coming out in the week I was going to Lo...
  • Swati Daftuar
    Nov 30, 2017
    Never stop writing, Robin Stevens. Never. Stop. Writing. ...
  • Laura Noakes
    Feb 07, 2018
    This series just gets better and better. ...
  • Rosita Alfieri
    Mar 04, 2018
    Dopo le vicende natalizie Daisy e Hazel ritornano a scuola per ricominciare le lezione ma sembra non esserci pace per le nostre eroine e sopratutto, in questo caso, per Hazel: suo padre la informa della morte del nonno. Hazel si reca quindi ad Hong Kong con la fidata Daisy per vivere i...
  • Elaine Ewe
    Feb 21, 2018
    Just when I thought this series couldn't get any better, it just did. It was so well-researched (I'm Chinese so I was pleasantly surprised to see Cantonese phrases used and overjoyed to be able to identify them. Kudos to Robin Stevens for that! As someone who reads a lot of detectiv...
  • Emma
    Jan 30, 2018
    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 s...
  • Amy Snow O'Connell
    Feb 01, 2018
    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...
  • Prudence and the Crow
    Mar 13, 2018
    How Robin Stevens keeps these coming at such pace, and yet still with such depth, development and detail, I can't imagine, but this is a wonderful continuation of the adventures of Hazel and Daisy, and I absolutely adored it. Hong Kong flies off the page as deftly as Deepdean and...
  • Eve
    Jun 16, 2018
    In this book, we travel with Hazel and Daisy to Hong Kong where Hazel will be with her family as they mourn her grandfather's death. As the pair get shocks and discover a horrid murder plot wrapped around and interwoven through Hazel's family as she uncovers some horrid truths a...
  • Sarah
    Apr 03, 2018
    Listened to this as an audio book. Fab! LOVED that this was set in Hong Kong and how this affected the dynamics between Hazel and Daisy. Through out the series Hazel has been gaining in confidence to stand up to her 'friend' Daisy. Daisy does love Hazel, but she loves to be in charg...
  • Anna Bergmark
    Mar 01, 2018
    Wells & Wong goes Hong Kong - and what a pleasant surprise it is! Spending Christmas with these two girls was a mistletoe-misery. Every glossy gift wrapped parcel in the stocking was soft and gooey, full of budding Young Adult aspirations. If I felt chilled to the bone it had no...
  • Lisa
    Jan 31, 2018
    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 ...
  • Karen Barber
    Feb 12, 2018
    What a delight this latest instalment of Hazel and Daisy?s adventures was. Thank you, Robin Stevens, for the story. This time round the girls are in Hong Kong when Hazel is called back after the death of her grandfather. As we come to expect the girls are soon caught up in another m...
  • Melanie
    Feb 10, 2018
    Stevens?s best mystery so far! Seeing Hazel & Daisy in Hong Kong was an absolute joy. I loved that Hazel was able to take the lead when she would normally be in Daisy?s shadow and Daisy being forced to experience the role of the ?sidekick?. Utterly wonderful. ...
  • Chloe
    Mar 07, 2018
    Another rich, exciting murder mystery in one of my favourite series. Loved the descriptions of food, dress and customs in 1930s Hong Kong, as well as the role reversal between Hazel and Daisy, which allows for some real character development for both of them. Can't wait for more! I ...
  • Zoe
    Feb 10, 2018
    This book is just extraordinary. I think it's the best in the series so far, and it's stunning. Set in 1930s Hong Kong, it's (as always) a fast-paced, vividly imagined murder-mystery which is (as always) a cheerful delight to read. It's so much more, though. I love Robin Stevens' dep...
  • Liz Filleul
    Mar 04, 2018
    This is the sixth book in Robin Stevens' 'Murder Most Unladylike' mysteries, and I reckon it's the best so far. We go from the snowy Cambridge location of her previous book (which I also, at the time, thought the best of Stevens' books so far!) to the humidity of Hong Kong and the c...
  • Romy
    Jun 18, 2018
    I love, love, love this series and so do my 15 and 12 year old daughters!! In the series, Daisy and Hazel become friends in boarding school in England and form a Detective Society. In each book, a murder is committed and the girls investigate and solve these crimes (without the adults ...
  • Amy at Golden Books Girl
    Apr 03, 2018
    As much as I love this series with every fibre of my being, I underestimated just how special it would be to return to the world of Daisy and Hazel. This instalment sees them journey to Hong Kong after a (natural) death in Hazel`s family, and on their return they learn that Hazel now h...
  • Lexie
    Jan 16, 2018
    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 H...
  • Jess Sinclair
    Feb 25, 2018
    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. For a couple of years now I have been an avid fan of the Murder Most Unladylike series and this addition is a delight to read. Our schoolgirl detectives Hazel and Daisy are back and in Hong Kong to mourn after the tragic death of Hazel's grandfather. W...