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Who Killed Harlowe Thrombey? by Edward Packard
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Apr 08, 2009

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This story is a great murder mystery for young readers (not often you hear that said, huh?), with a smartly rendered plot that can be solved intelligently without being too easy. Normally in Choose Your Own Adventure books, the maximum number of choices per page is only two or three, but a few times in this book the amount of choices is extended to eight or more, resulting in a myriad of long and short stories that are all very well written. Edward Packard truly writes a smart story here. It is en extraordinary achievement.
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David Sarkies There are a number of mystery books written for children (though I am not sure if they are 'murder mysteries'). Still, I'm going to have to agree that there are not many 'great' murder mysteries.

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