Book Reviews

Book Review: Cold-Blooded Myrtle

by Elizabeth C. Bunce *cover and synopsis from Goodreads* Twelve-year-old Young Lady of Quality and Victorian amateur detective Myrtle Hardcastle returns, and now she’s on the trail of a serial killer in her hometown of Swinburne. When Mr. Leighton, proprietor of Leighton’s Mercantile, is found dead on the evening his annual Christmas shop display is to… Continue reading Book Review: Cold-Blooded Myrtle

Book Reviews

Book Review: Pride and Premeditation

by Tirzah Price *cover and synopsis from Goodreads* When a scandalous murder shocks London high society, seventeen-year-old aspiring lawyer Lizzie Bennet seizes the opportunity to prove herself, despite the interference of Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy, the stern young heir to the prestigious firm Pemberley Associates. Convinced the authorities have imprisoned the wrong person, Lizzie vows to… Continue reading Book Review: Pride and Premeditation

Book Reviews

Book Review: How to Get Away with Myrtle

by Elizabeth C. Bunce **Cover image from Goodreads** Myrtle Hardcastle solved the murder of her neighbor. The last thing she wants to do now is going on is take a seaside vacation with her Aunt Helena. However, Myrtle has no say in the matter, and so she, Aunt Helena, and Miss Judson board a private… Continue reading Book Review: How to Get Away with Myrtle

Book Reviews

Book Review: Premediated Myrtle

by Elizabeth C. Bunce **Cover image from Goodreads** Myrtle Hardcastle is considered an unusual child by most adults. Being fascinated with science, police investigations, toxicology, and other things considering unfitting of ladies of quality will do that. When Myrtle's neighbor suddenly dies under mysterious circumstances, Myrtle instantly assumes that some sort of foul play is… Continue reading Book Review: Premediated Myrtle

Book Reviews

Book Review: A Pocket Full of Murder

by R. J. Anderson *Cover image from Amazon* Life may be challenging for Isaveth Breck, but it's not too difficult. Yes, her family is shunned because of their beliefs and her father struggles to find work as a result, but they all have each other and they make do. However, Isaveth's world is tipped upside-down… Continue reading Book Review: A Pocket Full of Murder

Book Reviews

Book Review: Detectives in Togas

by Henry Winterfeld True, Rufus wrote "Caius is a dumbbell" on his school tablet, leading to a fight between him and Caius and being expelled from the Xanthos School. But would he really have written the exact same thing on the Temple of Minerva? But all of the facts seem to be pointing to Rufus,… Continue reading Book Review: Detectives in Togas