A Discovery Disappears

I posted a blog earlier this week as part of the blog tour for Christie and Agatha’s Detective Agency. It has Pip Murphy’s Top 5 Mysteries for younger readers. This post is all about my review!

I am a huge fan of mystery tales, both for children and adults. I love getting lost in the moments of discovery, the clues along the way and those moments of truth being revealed. Although I do have a small stab at guessing, I am almost always wrong but I love the not knowing almost as much!

This new mystery will appeal to our youngest sleuths as they meet twins Agatha and Christie. The use of their names as an homage to the great Agatha Christie is inspired! Agatha and Christie have different interests, one in spending time outside and the other in writing. They are dedicated to their interests.

When Agatha is given the opportunity to meet her hero, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, she leaps at it. The event does not go quite to plan though when a scientific experiment goes missing, sending its creator into a frenzy. Agatha is sure there is more to the story and begins her investigation.

A charming introduction to mysteries and detective work. I thoroughly enjoyed this adventure and mystery- already looking forward to the next

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