Everything appears to be quiet at the Manor of Make-Believathon, but you know better.
An eerie fog has rolled through the Deepwoods, almost making your journey to the Manor impossible. With a full moon and the dangers of the Deepwoods behind you, you approach the entrance of the Manor.
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In order to receive the key, you must read a mystery. This can be any book that is considered a middle grade mystery, or any book that has mystery elements.
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Robin Stevens is a mystery writer (and arguably the Queen of Middle Grade Mystery), most infamous for her Murder Most Unladylike series that began in 2014. The ninth and final instalment in the series was published in August 2020. A new series in that world will be releasing in 2022 titled The Ministry of Unladylike Activity. In 2017, Stevens wrote the sequel to Siobhan Dowd’s The London Eye Mystery. Stevens is also inspired by the Golden Age of Detective Fiction.
Participants of Believathon 3 will receive double points for completing a book by Robin Stevens as part of their reading challenges.
Robin Stevens Bibliography
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The Murder Most Unladylike Series (2014-2020)
- Murder Most Unladylike (2014)
- Arsenic for Tea (2015)
- First Class Murder (2015)
- Jolly Foul Play (2016)
- Mistletoe and Murder (2016)
- A Spoonful of Murder (2018)
- Death in the Spotlight (2018)
- Top Marks for Murder (2019)
- Death Sets Sail (2020)
The Deepdean Mini Mysteries (2016-2020)
- The Case of the Blue Violet (2016)
- The Case of the Deepdean Vampire (2016)
- Cream Buns and Crime (2017) – a collection of short stories including the above two.
- The Case of the Missing Treasure (2019)
- The Case of the Drowned Pearl (2020)
The Ministry of Unladylike Activity Series (2022-)