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Tag: maureen johnson

Crime Fiction, Young Adult

Truly Devious

In 1936, industrialist and founder of Ellingham Academy, Albert Ellingham received a threatening letter signed Truly Devious. His daughter and wife were kidnapped, never to be seen again and a student went missing. The case was never solved. Stevie wants to solve it, and the…

Fantasy

The Shadow Cabinet

The Shadow Cabinet in the third book in the Shades of London series and therefore this review may contain spoilers for the previous books. Instead you can read my review of the first book, The Name of the Star. Rory barely has time to stop…

Fantasy

The Boy in the Smoke

The Boy in the Smoke is a novella prequel to the Shades of London series, originally published for World Book Day. Unlike a lot of series novellas, this one isn’t just a bit of fluff and stands up on its own as a story. It’s…

Fantasy, Young Adult

The Madness Underneath

The Madness Underneath is the sequel to The Name of the Star and therefore this review will contain spoilers for the previous book. Rory is stuck in Bristol following her close-call with the Ripper copycat. She can’t tell her therapist what really happened and she’d…