While this book is written for children in sixth grade and older, I can’t say it’s an “educational” story—not unless you’re looking to teach your daughters how to (un)successfully hide a body (or two) in Victorian England.
Even still, I thoroughly enjoyed this book!
The young ladies in this novel are witty and fun. The action is non-stop, in a Lemony Snicket sort of way. I couldn’t wait to see how it would end.
This cozy murder mystery is like a chocolate pudding pie with extra whipped cream—no nutritional value, not too heavy, but absolutely delicious! I’d certainly read more books by Julie Berry.