Thursday, May 23, 2013

The Weed That Strings the Hangman's Bag by Alan Bradley

genre: mystery

Flavia de Luce's summer has gone by since she helped solve the mystery of the dead man in the cucumber patch. Little does she know, another bit of excitement is coming her way in the form of a sobbing woman in the churchyard, a roguish puppeteer and a vaguely mad lady up in a dovecote.  With her ingenuity and chemistry know-how, Flavia will once again prove that she is the brightest thing in the village of Bishop's Lacey.

Oh Flavia.  How I adore you.  The moment I finished listening to The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie, I had to beginning listening to your next adventure.  Delightful.  That's the only word for it.  Mild suspense, great mystery, the elementary beauty of chemistry saving the day, Flavia's cheek and inner monologue - I love it all.  It's so fun to see the old characters and to meet some new ones.  I am finding myself a VERY huge fan of this series.

1 comment:

Cindi Sparkman said...

I enjoy your blog, and would like to request a review of my novel. However, I am unable to locate an email address. If you are interested, I would happily (and gratefully) send you a book in the format you prefer. If you'd like to screen me :), basic info about my Christian fiction can be found at:

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Thanks for your time and service to authors!

Cindi Gale

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