A Spoonful of Murder

A Spoonful of Murder Review

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 of the Wong family. Daisy and Hazel think baby Teddy is enough to deal with, but as always the girls are never far from a mystery. Tragedy strikes very close to home, and this time Hazel isn't just the detective. She's been framed for murder!

The girls must work together like never before, confronting dangerous gangs, mysterious suspects and sinister private detectives to solve the murder and clear Hazel's name - before it's too late . . .

Title:A Spoonful of Murder

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    Some Testimonial About This Book:

  • Lauren James

    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....

  • 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 exp...

  • Laura Noakes

    This series just gets better and better....

  • Swati Daftuar

    Never stop writing, Robin Stevens. Never. Stop. Writing. ...

  • Mehsi

    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 d...

  • Lotte

    Dit was echt mijn favoriet van de serie tot nu toe. (Echt, ook als je geen tien jaar bent is dit een fantastische reeks)...

  • Chloe

    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 a...

  • Melanie

    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 forc...

  • Prudence and the Crow

    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, an...

  • Zoe

    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 alwa...