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The Case of the Missing Moonstone
The Case of the Missing Moonstone: The Wollstonecraft Detective Agency | Jordan Stratford
13 posts | 14 read | 8 to read
When Mary Godwin and Lady Ada Byron first meet, they dont exactly hit it off. But with crime on the rise, the unlikely pair form a detective agency to hunt down clever criminals on the streets of London. Their first case involves a stolen necklace, a false confession, and lots of suspicious suspects but these are no match for Ada and Mary. Filled with daring balloon chases, vile villains and two unforgettable heroines, The Case of the Missing Moonstone is the first in a thrilling new series; perfect for all aspiring sleuths.
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WiseGirl13
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The wonderful local library...

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Magslhalliday
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Mehso-so

This is more in the 8-12 than YA category. It has some nice touches, such as Ada Lovelace being rather than Saga Noren (Malmo city police), but overall I found the writing to be a little too skimpy.

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Magslhalliday
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With a blurb like that I HAD to buy it.

jenniferw88 With a blurb like that i had to #stack it! 😂 1y
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QuietlyLaura
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Pickpick

I really enjoyed this audiobook! I've read this middle grade mystery a year ago and liked it. While I don't reread books, I do listen to audiobooks over and over. There is just something comforting about being read a story.
#audiobooks #middlegrade #mystery #comforting

[DELETED] 3803335244 This looks good! I'm always looking for good middle grade audios for my kiddos. We like to listen to them during lunchtime or in the car! 2y
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Amie
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I found one book on my shelves with a balloon (although not a party balloon) but no streamers or confetti 🙁. I know I don't have to literally only use what's on my bookshelves but it's fun and surprising to see what I can find 😃🎉
🎈🎈🎈🎈🎈🎈🎈🎈🎈🎈🎈🎈🎈
#gypsykatsbirthdayweek @GypsyKat

GypsyKat I know I made this one a little tough, but it's been so much fun seeing what everyone is coming up with! 😊🎈❤️ 2y
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Amie
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Went a little crazy on bookoutlet.com. Had to get free shipping, right​?

Cinfhen #GetsMeEveryTime #FreeShipping that's why I'm a BIG fan of BookDepository ~ always free shipping, anywhere in the world, NO MINIMUM 2y
Jaimelire @Cinfhen will have to check that out! 2y
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pocketmermaid
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Ada and Mary solved this crime with science. ⚖️

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pocketmermaid
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I haven't read in days, but Skydancer and I are going to get some reading done this morning. ✅

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LibraryLydia
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If this isn't the whole point of Saturday I don't know what is.

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QuietlyLaura
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QuietlyLaura
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I've been feeling down for a while now so I decided to pick up this middle-grade mystery adventure story. It seems like just the sort of fun book I need! #mystery #adventure #middlegrade #fun #ebook

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Suzze
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Book mail today! The top two are kids' books, the top used, the second came out today. A Homemade Life was used, suggested by @Jill1 here on Litsy. Cooking for Picasso came from Random House. And the bottom one I saw here too. I forgot to include The Good Cookie cookbook, recommended by @SaraFair . You guys are expensive friends!!! And of course 2 mugs I bought through Book Riot.

Lizpixie I need some book themed mugs in my life. The p&h from the states and u.k is a killer though 3y
ej0728 Love love love those mugs! 3y
DebinHawaii A Homemade Life is a great book! 📚💕 3y
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Lakesidemusing My bookclub read A Homemade Life and we all cooked something from it for the meeting - delicious! Love the mugs 😍 3y
quirkyreader I love the #oop mugs. 3y
SaraFair @suzze-a good investment! 3y
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reednat
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Pickpick

Enjoyed this mystery read for elementary/middle grade readers. Love the historical figures as characters. Ada and Mary are great fun, and I can't wait to see where their inventive minds take them next.