Amanda Lester and the Orange Crystal Crisis

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A dead body. Weird crystals. A mysterious secret. After defeating the Moriartys, Amanda thought she'd put her troubles behind her. But she didn't reckon on the earthquake that changed everything. Now she must make a choice: learn to work with her nemesis or let disaster befall the detective school. More
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About Paula Berinstein

Paula Berinstein is the former producer and host of the popular podcast, The Writing Show. She lives in Los Angeles.

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About the Series: Amanda Lester, Detective
Set in England’s Lake District, the series revolves around a twelve-year-old girl, Amanda Lester, who is forced to attend a super-secret school for the descendants of famous detectives, despite her desire to pursue filmmaking. Adding to the heroine’s angst is the fact that she is ashamed of her famous ancestor, bumbling Scotland Yard Inspector G. Lestrade.

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David Bibb reviewed on on Aug. 26, 2016

Amanda Lester and the Orange Crystal Crisis

Picking up shortly after the events described in the Pink Sugar Conspiracy, Amanda and her friends face a new mystery - one that involves orange crystals and a body found in a hidden, underground, room. As the detectives attempt to solve to whom the body belongs, they discover that the orange crystals have a surprise in store. In addition, they are facing increased attacks from the outside as the school’s secrets are in danger. Secrets abound and the detectives are determined to solve the mystery.

The second book in the series provides good, fun, adventure to its readers. The character interplay is wonderful and the interplay between the various detective family lines is interesting. As many of the classic detective characters are still under copyright the author has created a bunch of new “old” detectives for her characters ancestral lines.
(reviewed 56 days after purchase)
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