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The Guggenheim Mystery by Robin Stevens

Sometimes a book comes along and stops you in your tracks. Days after you have finished the book, you keep going back to it, thinking about the characters and story line. Such a book is The Guggenheim Mystery by Robin Stevens. Robin is well known for her Murder Most Unladylike series, but for this book […]

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Beetle Queen by M G Leonard

Beetle Boy – the first book is the Battle of the Beetles trilogy – was a huge hit here at Inkpots, so we awaited the return of Darkus, Bertholt and Virginia eagerly. And we weren’t disappointed! Beetle Queen takes over as Darkus’s dad returns home after being kidnapped by evil Lucretia Cutter. But just as […]

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A girl called Owl by Amy Wilson

When I was a child, I would read a book almost at one sitting if it caught my imagination. I would be completely caught up in the story, really identifying with the characters. It was long, long time ago but reading A Girl called Owl took me right back. I was hooked by the story […]

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Who Let the Gods Out? by Maz Evans

Who Let the Gods Out? by Maz Evans is a treat. A real treat. I hooted with laughter, gasped at the villain’s antics and almost wept for Elliot, the really reluctant hero. Maz Evans has been a big supporter of Inkpots on Twitter over the past few months and so it was really brilliant to […]

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