Author Robin Stevens talks about her series of detective books set in the 1930s that draw on the golden age of crime writing and boarding school stories. Avidly read by older children, she shares her inspirations for the Murder Most Unladylike books.
Robin's books are: Murder Most Unladylike (Murder is Bad Manners in the USA), Arsenic for Tea (Poison is Not Polite in the USA), First Class Murder, Jolly Foul Play, Mistletoe and Murder, Cream Buns and Crime, A Spoonful of Murder, The Case of the Missing Treasure (a short story), Death in the Spotlight, Top Marks for Murder, the World Book Day short story The Case of the Drowned Pearl and the last in the A Murder Most Unladylike series, Death Sets Sail (August 2020). She is also the author of The Guggenheim Mystery, the sequel to Siobhan Dowd's The London Eye Mystery. View Robin's website and her Twitter @redbreastedbird.
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