Post by booboobrewer on Dec 30, 2018 0:37:35 GMT -5
I see that Empty House has two. I always loved this one—house sitting is a realistic thing, and I also liked reading reading about Charlotte going to France. I’ve never been but hope to in the near future.
Post by Sideshowjazz1 on Dec 30, 2018 3:01:31 GMT -5
I always thought the Mystery series was much lower in quality than the original series. I'm not sure why - it's the same format. I quite liked a few, but most seemed lower quality. Maybe it's because the BSC aren't really majorly good detectives.
"We all go a little mad sometimes." - Norman Bates, "Psycho"
Post by gertiethedino on May 22, 2020 6:41:43 GMT -5
Giving my vote to Stacey and the Mystery at the Mall. It's one of the first two BSC books I received as a gift for my birthday one year, and what got me into the series. That and the other book I received (Dawn and the Big SLeepover), have remained my favorite books of the series, even after countless re-reads.
Even though I've collected all but one of the mystery books in recent years, a few I haven't read since buying them, and I remember very little about most of the others. I'm about 20 books away from getting to Stacey and the Missing Ring during this re-read and will hopefully have a few other favorites to mark off on this list!
All my favourite mystery books are Claudia ones: recipe for danger, mystery in the photograph and the mystery at the museum. I think it’s because of the additional element of either baking or art, which reels me in. The day in the life book they make for Dawn in the photograph mystery for example was interesting enough to read about even without a mystery!