My book review of 'The Guggenheim Mystery' by Robin Stevens
The Guggenheim Mystery
Ted Spark went on holiday with his mum and sister to visit his Aunt Gloria and cousin Salim in New York.
Ted has an unusual take on life which can prove amusing to others, but also very helpful as he has a knack for solving mysteries.
When his aunt is accused of stealing a multi-million pound painting from her workplace at the Guggenheim Museum, Ted, Salim and Kat know that they must prove her innocence. And they travel all over New York, interviewing all the suspects, in order to do so.
This is a funny and engaging mystery, beautifully told with great characters and wonderful scene setting.
If you enjoyed this, you must read The London Eye Mystery by Siobhan Dowd which inspired this book.