Before Nancy Drew, there was Violet Strange. When an investigation requires someone who can infiltrate a clique of young women, the firm hires Violet Strange. Those in society begin to whisper when valuable items are stolen, then mysteriously returned, everywhere the five Inseparables go. Can Violet find the culprit before those whispers turn to accusations?
nice short book enjoyed it very much good writer going narrator will read more of this author I received this book from the author, publisher and or narrator for a honest review and unbiased options via audio book boom dot com
This was the perfect audiobook to listen to before falling asleep. The most interesting part of the story was the idea of soliciting the assistance of Violet Strange, a woman, as a detective. (considering the time period) But Violet proves with her intuition and wit that she can solve the case.
The narration was youthful and precise. Initially I though the pacing was a bit fast, but once the story gets going it's just right.
I enjoyed listening and I'm assuming there are other Violet Strange books. I would certainly listen to more in the future. The cover is great as well.
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This is a very short mystery that ends with a really unexpected twist.
Angie Hickman does a lovely job performing this work.
Sit back, listen and enjoy! ツ
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I received this audible edition for free for my honest review. its nice to here an old story narrative done very well.
I really enjoyed this book, it was a short sweet mystery that's set in a different time and has all the charm. I enjoyed the narration & although I had trouble knowing if this was set in the US or England (I think U.S) but I liked the cliques and how we as readers could peek behind the mirror of high society and realize that things aren't always what they seem...
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