Saturday, September 17, 2016

Review: Case of the Girl in Grey

Their first case was supposed to be kept secret, but right now the detective agency is the worst kept secret in London. Everyone wants the girls to solve a case for them.

A woman visits Ada with concern for her niece and her upcoming marriage.

Mary sees a strange girl running through the park in the rain.

When both girls visit their new client, Mary believes their cases may be connected.

But will the agency be right a second time or was the first time just a fluke?
My Thoughts: Another fun historical mystery based on The Woman in White. More sisters appear, adding chaos, annoyance, and some good ideas to the mix. Although I did have a hard time keeping track of them. Favorite characters return. Great illustrations. I like how the agency seems to help out younger women. I'm looking forward to see who they help out next. 

At the end of the book, historical notes are found, which I quite enjoyed. Including some of the differences between this book and The Woman in White

Cover Thoughts: Fantastic
Source: My Library
Library Recommendation: Highly recommended for both schools and public libraries for their Children's Collections.

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