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The Guggenheim Mystery – Robin Stevens. Reviewed by Mango Bubbles Boy (12)

Aunt Glo and Salim moved to New York, because of Aunt Glo’s new job in the Guggenheim museum. But when Ted and his sister Kat, go to visit them. While they where there a painting was stolen. In The Black Square by Vasily Kandinsky. Everyone was really upset, but Ted’s brain works on a different operating system, to everyone else. He could not understand why everyone was worried. Why were paintings worth millions of pounds?

But then Aunt Glo got the blame, and she had to go to prison. But Aunt Glo is family, so Ted, Kat and Salim, had to work out who actually, took In The Black Square.

This is such a great book! This book is the sequel to Siobhan Dowd’s The London Eye Mystery, but she sadly died. All she left was the title: The Guggenheim Mystery. The Siobhan Dowd Trust approached Robin Stevens, to write The Guggenheim Mystery. So ten years after Siobhan wrote The London Eye Mystery, The Guggenheim Mystery comes out.

Thanks for sending a proof copy, Robin! And sorry I’m a bit late reviewing it.

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