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Hello! Welcome to my website. I write about murder, and I hope you enjoy it. Come in and find out more about me, my detectives Daisy Wells and Hazel Wong, and the books in the Murder Most Unladylike Mysteries series. The first four books, Murder Most Unladylike, Arsenic for Tea, First Class Murder and Jolly Foul Play, are out in the UK now, and the fifth book was released in October 2016. Murder is Bad Manners, the US edition of Murder Most Unladylike, and Poison is Not Polite, the US edition of Arsenic for Tea, are out in America now.

Latest News

  • January update video! - It's 2017! Happy new year, Detectives - and if you're wondering what's coming up for me this year, then this is the video for you!
  • Cream Buns and Crime – Cover Reveal! - Hello detectives! I hope you've all had lovely holidays, and you're looking forward to 2017. There are a lot of exciting things on the way from me . . . especially Cream Buns and Crime! Cream Buns and Crime isn't a full Murder Most Unladylike novel - it's the companion to the series, full of tips, tricks, recipes, short stories (old and new) and detective facts. It's absolutely brilliant, and you are going to adore it. And today I have the very exciting task of revealing its gorgeous cover for the first time! Are you ready? Here goes!
  • December Events and Updates! - It's been an exciting week for me! Cream Buns and Crime has been sent to copyedit (which means that it's almost done), and we've also finalised an absolutely gorgeous cover for it. Over the past two weeks I held my last events of 2016, in Blackwell's Oxford and Village Books, Dulwich. These are two of my very favourite and most supportive bookstores, so of course I had a wonderful time at both.
  • Mistletoe and Murder – Sunday Express Review - 'Young detective fiction fans will love Daisy Wells and Hazel Wong's latest Murder Most Unladylike case ... Classic Christmas Crime.' - The Sunday Express
  • Mistletoe and Murder in the FT! - Mistletoe and Murder is 'Enjoyable golden age mystery with a modern twist.' - The Financial Times