#BIRTHDAYBOOKBLITZ | Lady In Red – Tessa Buckley @rararesources @gilbster1000 #amreading #bookblogger #bookreview

Pursuing the truth can be a dangerous game…

School’s out for the summer, and Eye Spy Investigations have a new case – looking for Lady in Red, a lost masterpiece by Victorian painter, Gabriel Pascoe.

The clock is ticking for Alex and Donna, because the artist’s house, Acacia Villa, where their friend Jake lives, is due to be demolished, and vital clues may be destroyed. And Alex has an additional problem: he is terrified of snakes, and Jake has a pet snake called Queenie…

As the twins pursue their enquiries, they come up against the man who wants to demolish Acacia Villa. But Mr Mortimer is the godfather of their baby half-sister, Sophie, and criticising him could open up family rifts, which have only just healed.

Then Queenie goes missing, setting in motion a disastrous train of events that will turn the search for Lady in Red into the twins’ most dangerous case yet.

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Review:

Lady in Red by Tessa Buckley is the third book in the MG, Eye Spy series. This can be read as a standalone, though I think it would have been fun to get to know the characters in the earlier books.

I enjoy MG when it’s written so children and adults can enjoy it. This was a fun adventure. It weaves in and out of twists and turns, and I love the “work together” theme.

The writing is excellent for a MG book. Easy to read while still drawing the reader into the tale. This was a quick read, which I also think works well for this type of book.

Overall, I enjoyed Lady In Red and recommend giving it a shot.

Rating:

4/5☆

*I received a free copy of this book from Rachel’s Random Resources in exchange for an honest review on the blog tour. All opinions are my own and unbiased .


Tessa Buckley was an inveterate scribbler as a child, and spent much of her time writing and illustrating stories. After studying Interior Design, she spent fifteen years working for architects and designers. She took up writing again after her young daughter complained that she couldn’t find enough adventure stories to read. This led, in 2016, to the publication of Eye Spy, the first in a series for 9-12 year olds about two teen detectives. There are now two more books in the series: Haunted, which was a finalist in the Wishing Shelf Book Awards 2017,, and Lady in Red. She lives by the sea in Essex and recently completed an Open University arts degree.

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