Book Review: The Secret Files of Fairday Morrow by Jessica Haight and Stephanie Robinson

The Secret Files of Fairday Morrow by Jessica Haight and Stephanie Robinson

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BOOK INFO

Title: The Secret Files of Fairday Morrow
Author: Jessica Haight and Stephanie Robinson
Publisher: Delacorte
Publish Date: December 1st 2015
Genre: Middle Grade
Series: Fairday Morrow #1
My Rating: 4/5


BOOK BLURB

Fans of classic detective stories, The Mysterious Benedict Society, and the Secret Series will devour this illustrated middle-grade adventure that follows three curious sleuths as they investigate a mysterious, old house with some hidden secrets.

Eleven-year-old Fairday Morrow is less than thrilled that her family is moving thousands of miles from civilization to the quiet country town of Ashpot, Connecticut, where sheโ€™s absolutely certain sheโ€™ll die of boredom.
As if leaving New York City and her best friend, Lizzy, the only other member of the elite Detective Mystery Squad (DMS), werenโ€™t bad enough, Fairday is stuck living in the infamous Begonia House, a creepy old Victorian with dark passageways, a gigantic dead willow tree, and a mysterious past.
Before she can even unpack, strange music coming from behind a padlocked door leads Fairday up a spiral staircase and into a secret room, where an ancient mirror, a brass key, and a strange picture of a red-haired lady are the first in a series of clues that takes the members of the Detective Mystery Squad on an amazing adventure.

The Secret Files of Fairday Morrow by Jessica Haight and Stephanie Robinson
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MY REVIEW

Fairday Morrow and her family move to Ashpot, Connecticut, where her parents hope to open a bed and breakfast. As Fairday explores her new home, she discovers there is a mystery to solve. Along with her best friend, Lizzy, and new friend, Marcus, the kids investigate the mystery of Fairday’s new home.

A middle grade supernatural mystery. Fun and exciting. While the story is somewhat spooky with the supernatural aspect, it is not scary. The kids are confident, bold, and clever. Great traits in young characters.

I received a copy of this book from the authors in exchange for an honest review.

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