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Mystery at Queen's by Sylvia Little
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Jul 03, 10

bookshelves: 1950s, boarding-school, mystery, childrens, england, adventure, jolly-hockeysticks
Read from June 30 to July 02, 2010 — I own a copy, read count: 1

It gets kind of epic! From a simple student-teacher row to escaped convicts, and the "terrible trio" of middles suspecting all the wrong people and believing that one of the gang ringleaders is from Scotland Yard! An ending worthy of the Famous Five too.

One gripe though, is that the author is obsessed with the words "muttered" and "murmured". Nobody says or replies or anything, they mutter or murmur and it kind of got on my nerves. ;)
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