A Spoonful of Murder


When Hazel Wong’s beloved grandfather passes away, Daisy Wells is delighted to accompany her friend, and Detective Society Vice President, to Hazel’s family estate in beautiful, bustling Hong Kong. They arrive to shocks aplenty and an evolving mystery. As ever, Hazel and Daisy are never far from a mystery!

Tragedy strikes very close to Hazel’s Hong Kong home. Hazel can no longer be a by standing detective, for this time she is considered a suspect. The Detective Society is thrown into action, confronting dangerous gangs, mysterious suspects and sinister private detectives to solve the murder and clear Hazel’s name – before it’s too late…

A Spoonful of Murder’ is the sixth and latest title in the fabulous and wildly successful Murder Most Unladylike series. In this Bookwagon reader’s opinion, it is quite possibly the best of the lot!


A Spoonful of Murder

Robin Stevens


‘A Spoonful of Murder‘ is the sixth in the hugely successful, much loved Wells & Wong ‘Murder Most Unladylike’ series. This time, the intrepid pair travel to Hong Kong, following an untimely death in Hazel’s family. No sooner have they arrived, than there are more shocks and a mystery to solve. Hazel, returning to her family home for the first time in over two years, with Daisy, have to put all their Detective Society skills into action.

This is an excellent, intriguing addition to the series, that includes a fascinating insight into life in Hong Kong in the 1930s. ‘A Spoonful of Murder‘ is a great choice for confident readers aged between 9-12 years.


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