Top Marks For Murder by Robin Stevens
Death is back at Deepdean in this irreverent book. The bullying smug Daisy and her lickspittle Hazel face domestic melodrama and the macabre and the mundane in this plain bad novel. Daisy is unpleasant and makes life bitter.
“But we are up to no good, I suppose.”
“We are quite different from the rest of humanity, Hazel,”
“I'd forgotten how diabolical it is to be a schoolgirl!”
“As though we are hovering on the edge of wickedness at all time, and only a careful grownup eye can stop us falling prey to it.”
“You sound like a fearful Red,”