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A new school, with the potential for murder

21 Sep 2023 10:49 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Title: A Girl Called Justice

Author: Elly Griffiths

Reviewer: Rhonda Bruce

Audience: all students

""Stella" said Justice, "What was the name of the girl who got lost in the fog?"


"When we first did games, you told me that Miss Thomas had once lost a girl during a cross-country run when the fog came down. What was her name?"" (Page 205)

Justice Jones knew that as soon as she saw her new school, it had the potential for murder. The Highbury House Boarding School for the Daughters of Gentlefolk lived up to her expectations - unexplained deaths, alleged hauntings, disappearing chamber maids and inedible food. When a blizzard cuts the school off from the outside world, can Justice save her friends from a killer?

A beautifully written book by the author, Elly Griffiths, who writes the "Ruth Galloway Mysteries" for adults. Highly recommended for all students.

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