About the Book -Murder at the Museum
A second mystery for thirteen-year-old Agatha Oddly – a bold, determined heroine, and the star of this stylish new detective series. Agatha Oddlow’s set to become the youngest member of the Gatekeepers’ Guild, but before that, she’s got a mystery to solve! There’s been a murder at the British Museum and, although the police are investigating, Agatha suspects that they’re missing a wider plot going on below London – a plot involving a disused Tube station, a huge fireworks display, and five thousand tonnes of gold bullion…
Our Review of Murder at the Museum
Yes yes, I know its a middle-grade book but I had the most amazing time reading this book 😛 I LOVED THIS BOOK…… I wonder why the author hasn’t released another in the series. I have definitely become a fan of the series because of its simple yet brilliant sleuthing tracks.
The character of Agatha Oddly has been brilliantly conceived and made to grow. You can see the potential in the character if you have read the first book before this one. But that doesn’t mean that you can’t pick this book without going through the first one. You can totally do it. The first book and then this book all has a new case and a new sleuthing in progress. Of course, characters are appearing from the first book but you will get enough notes to know who they are and what their roles are in the book.
Do not underestimate this book as a simple middle-grade read because the book has much more to offer and it delivers it on point. I loved this book and have definitely become a fan of the series. It’s definitely a quick and light read but an amazing and exciting read at that.