Certain to become a national treasure
At once precocious and endearing. Flavia is a marvellous character. Quirkily appealing, this is definitely a crime novel with a difference
Flavia is mercilessly addictive
Despite a climactic attempt on her life, Bradley's unquenchable heroine brings "the most complicated case I had ever come across" to a highly satisfying conclusion, with the promise of still brighter days ahead.
Flavia is enchanting
Hilarious, eccentric and mischievous
Praise for the cosy crime Flavia de Luce Mysteries - perfect for fans of Agatha Christie and Midsomer Murders: The Flavia de Luce novels are now a cult favourite
Engaging, entertaining, bright and breezy; and above all, great fun!
A breath of fresh air to the world of period-piece sleuthing
It's like entering the lost world of the Mitford sisters where the girls are allowed to run completely wild
A clever, witty and totally gripping read with lots of surprises
As usual, Bradley makes his improbable series conceit work and relieves the plot's inherent darkness with clever humor.