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Great teen mystery – Mystery in the Palace of Westminster by Sarah Lustig – #BlogTour

My Review:

This is an engaging mystery read
With teen sleuths taking the lead.
The Houses of Parliament are where
Most actions occur, so beware!

With the Prime Minister's teenage son 
And his friend- who supports the opposition -
Both witness to the mace's theft they plan
To find the thief and return it, if they can.

With politics, politicians and families, too
It gives an insight into politics to you.
It is a story peppered with clues
That Theo and Sammy use.

An intriguing read to keep you guessing
Right to the end and the final confessing.
The culprit may be known but I still suspect
There'll be more revelations in the series yet!

A great start to a new series for MG readers who
I suspect will enjoy it - and, like me, so might adults, too!
For my complementary copy, I say thank you,
As I share with you this, my honest review


Theo Duncan is just an ordinary student. Except he also happens to be the son of the Prime Minister, Will Duncan. 

When the parliamentary mace is stolen from inside the Houses of Parliament, Theo is determined to help his dad get it back. But he can’t do it alone. And when help is offered, there’s a problem. It comes from the new girl at school, Sammy Jhor, who’s a supporter of the opposition party. 

Theo and Sammy form an unlikely team to spy on government officials, sneak through the corridors of Downing Street and pursue the thief through the Palace of Westminster. 

But when the evidence points to suspects at the highest levels of government, finding the thief could threaten Will Duncan’s leadership. 

Can Theo and Sammy put aside their differences to find the mace – and the thief – before the government is brought to its knees? 

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Author Bio – 

Sarah Lustig grew up in London and went to school in Westminster, with politicians’ children. Her experiences at school and interest in politics inspired the idea for the Westminster Mysteries series. Mystery in the Palace of Westminster is her debut novel. She has been a book editor for nearly 15 years and now lives in Buckinghamshire, where she spends her time reading, writing and pottering on her balcony garden.

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