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Marsh Road Mysteries: Diamonds and Daggers

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Marsh Road Mysteries: Diamonds and Daggers by Elen Caldecott

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By Elen Caldecott

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18 Feb 2022

This was a really good book! I liked how it was mysterious but still quite relaxed and chatty- compared to some other mystery books. You could really connect to the characters in the book as well! My favourite character was Flora as she was kind, inquisitive, clever and organised. She was a good friend too. I would definitely recommend this book!

31 Aug 2021

I really enjoyed this book it was exciting, tense and well thought out. I liked the way it builds the tension sometimes slowly sometimes quickly. My favourite character was the famous Hollywood actress Betty Massino as she is kind, thoughtful and friendly as well as a brilliant actress. I like how the atmosphere changes when the diamonds are stolen and all through the book. I would certainly recommend this book.

07 Sep 2020

it was a good book with lots of mystery

24 Aug 2020

I liked how his friends were determined not to let him leave the country and they helped him, and got the diamonds back.

22 Aug 2020

I think it was very funny and I think it was tense. I like Flora best.

21 Aug 2020

This book was excellent and I would definitely recommend it to anyone who loves a mystery book like me! This fiction book is about a Hollywood sensation, Betty Massino, who has come to star in the theatre down the road. The main characters, Piotr and his friends Andrew and Minnie couldn't be more excited! But when the famous actress's expensive diamond necklace goes missing, Piotr's dad, a security guard at the theatre, is a prime suspect. Piotr faces the threat of being sent 'home' to Poland. But with the help of Sylvie (who also stars in the theatre show) and her twin sister Flora, Piotr, Andrew and Minnie attempt to solve the crime or they risk losing their friend Piotr forever! I loved how this book explored friendships too.

10 Aug 2020

I really enjoyed reading this book. It is funny, full of mysteries, and an over all good book!

15 Jul 2020

This was a really good mystery. My favourite charachter was Flora because she was good at solving the mystery.

06 Aug 2019

I liked it alot. it was interesting.

29 Jul 2019

It's good, I want them to keep going but I'm on the last book.

04 Apr 2018

This is a very good book but it isn’t fabulous- let’s just say it’s not a Agatha Christie crime novel.

29 Aug 2017

Quite interesting and different book to ones I normally read

11 Aug 2017

I think people should read this book because it is funny and has good description. It is also very thrilling and interesting. It has got good characters and they are all likeable. Good read.

09 Aug 2017

I really loved this book,the person whom robbed the diamond was not whom I suspected.It is very inspiring,I am even writing my own book based on the twins of the story.

If you are at all interested then I will be returning it to Wallingford Library so you should find it there.

Happy Reading
Prince Arthur Menace

09 Aug 2017

a great mystery

02 Aug 2017

The storyline is an average storyline and needs a bit of work.

04 Jul 2017

good plot but it could have been better

01 Sep 2016

A Hollywood star comes to there town but oh know her diamond necklace goes missing and Piotr's dad is the top suspect. Can the gang get Piotr's dad out of trouble in time for the show? A fantastic book!!

09 Aug 2016

Such a mystery, and exciting. It took me a while to get into it, but it was well worth it! I really want to read the others in the series...

08 Aug 2016

Cleverly written. The characters worked out the mystery before me, but that was probably just me!

05 Aug 2016

I really enjoyed this book, because Andrew is hilarious and it has you hooked from the first page!

02 Aug 2016

Not that interesting.

16 Jul 2016

People should read this book if they like mystery books because a jewel is stolen and someone innocent is blamed ......

10 Jul 2016

This is a mysterious book full of surprises.

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