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Agatha, Girl of Mystery: The Eiffel Tower Incident by Sir Steve Stevenson is a thrilling mystery for all ages.  This book is the fifth in a series of seven.

Agatha, Girl of Mystery: The Eiffel Tower Incident by Sir Steve Stevenson is a thrilling mystery for all ages.  This book is the fifth in a series of seven. Agatha Mistery is a young girl detective who lives in London.  Her cousin, Dash, is a student at the prestigious Eye International Detective Agency, and the two take on and solve many mysteries together all around the world.

 

 

 When there is a murder at the Jules Vernes restaurant at the top of the Eiffel Tower, Agatha and her bulky butler, Chandler, are on the case.  Dash ends up helping her because he injured his professor.  He gets some of the best gadgets in the business, which helps the trio solve the mystery.  Through many twists and turns, the group gets confused, lost, and eventually narrows it down to 3 suspects.  Will they figure out who committed the murder?  Read this book to find out.

 

 

 I enjoyed this book for many reasons, especially with the humor woven into every chapter.  I would normally recommend this book for boys and girls ages 6-9 for the easy read, but parents beware because the book revolves around a murder, so this particular book in the series is an 8-10 read.  This book is the fifth in a series of 7, but the last 2 have not been released yet. You don’t have to read all of the books leading up to this one, or in order.