Hello! Welcome to my website. I write about murder and mystery, and I hope you enjoy it. Come in and find out more about me and the detectives in my books!

Daisy Wells and Hazel Wong are the stars of the Murder Most Unladylike Mysteries/the Wells and Wong Mysteries. Murder Most Unladylike (Murder is Bad Manners in the USA), Arsenic for Tea (Poison is Not Polite in the USA), First Class Murder, Jolly Foul Play, Mistletoe and Murder, the Cream Buns and Crime series companion, A Spoonful of Murder, Death in the Spotlight, Top Marks for Murder and my newest book Death Sets Sail are out in the UK and Ireland now. And May Wong will return soon in the Ministry of Unladylike Activity

I’ve also written The Guggenheim Mystery, which stars Ted Spark. It’s the sequel to Siobhan Dowd’s The London Eye Mystery, and it is also out now in the UK, Ireland and America!

Coming in 2022!

Latest News

Death Sets Sail

Death Sets Sail is sailing up the charts!

Exciting news, Detectives: the numbers are in, and Death Sets Sail is floating at the very top of the charts! It’s the NUMBER ONE paperback in the UK, it’s NUMBER FOUR overall in the UK children’s and YA chart (in the week that we got a new Stephenie Meyer and a new Jeff Kinney) and it’s NUMBER TWELVE of all books sold in the UK. That’s ALL books, not just kids!

Death Sets Sail

Host your own Detective Society Forever party!

Death Sets Sail is out now – and my publisher Puffin thought you might want to celebrate that fact! They’ve put together a (socially distanced) party pack to help you and your friends wave goodbye to the series in style.

Blogger Reviews

Death Sets Sail review – Hannah’s Book Reviews

At the end of a series, you want a big finish. Something to make the series go out with a bang. Well, Robin Stevens did just that with Death Sets Sail. Packed with suspense throughout, and unimaginable twists and turns, Death Sets Sail was without a doubt the best book in the Murder Most Unladylike series.

Death Sets Sail

Death Sets Sail Arvon Event

I have another event coming up next week – a live Q&A and reading in partnership with the Arvon Foundation’s Arvon at Home programme on Tuesday 11th August at 4pm. You can book tickets NOW – they’re £3 per screen – and I hope as many of you as possible will log on!