Today I am going to be reviewing an AWESOME book to have in your display, this book is Mystery on Church Hill the Virginia Mysteries Book 2! As you may have read, I have reviewed the first book of this series, you may check it out here.
Book Title: Mystery On Church Hill
Author: Steven K. Smith
Publisher: MyBoys3 Press
Genre: Fiction/ Mystery
This book is about our previous characters, Derek, and Sam when Sam goes on a field trip to Richmond’s St. John’s
Church with his classmates, Billy, and Caitlin. After, an “unusual” bathroom break, he discovers some thieves trying to find a certain object!
Learning about a certain figure named “Jerry.” They team up with an unlikely ally, aiding them with information about Richmond’s History. Could our daring detectives be outmatched? Or will they rise above the odds and prove us wrong?
Adding real-life historical events to the mix, this book was filled with giggles and fun, while subconsciously teaching me about the wonders about the city of Richmond and Williamsburg. It is always good to catch up on a little history! Suspense, this book’s suspense is out of this world! It is a nail-biting and seat edging mystery.
I couldn’t wait to finish the book when reading this chapter to chapter. It is incredibly good at delivering the mystery and thriller feeling to you when reading it. Every part of this book is very professionally written, and it leaves no cliffhangers that may confuse the reader, which is always a sign of a terrific book.
This book can be very unfamiliar to our fantasy readers, I feel like you should have a sense of mystery, and vocabulary to
understand this book. It would undoubtedly augment your reading skills.
This book best serves the category of middle school scholars or you can say to 8-13 age group readers. It is an awesome book to read if you want some young Sherlock Homes type of book in your collection. I would rate this book Is a 4.5/5 it is a very seasoned book!
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Thanks for sharing.
Definitely checking this out
Wonderful review…have added it to my reading list… will order my copy soon.
would love to read this book as I enjoy Mystry genre.
Me and my 13yo and Holmes fans and am sure this book will surely interest us both. The history part makes it even more intriguing. Good review!
Book 2 sounds even more interesting. Can’t wait to read this book. Seems like a good book for my 9 year old.
I love your style of writing reviews. Seems like a book Dev aka genius apple would like
Wow I would love to read this book. It is totally something I would lose my sleep for. Thanks.
nice one. eager to read it
4.5 rating.. wow… this is definitely a must read. I would love to give it a read asap.
This book is very interesting but I have to get back my reading stamina to pick it up and finish it.
This book sounds really good, I think I can introduce this to my little one
School mystery stories are always interesting! Archu well-written reviews.
i love mystery books and your review has piqued my interest i’m going to read the book and see how it is. Thanks for the share
Thanks for this review. I don’t think my daughter has read this series. I shall introduce it to her.
Your review has tempted me to give this a read. Shall check it out. Thanks!
Seems like a better one than the first book in the series.
This book sounds really good, I think I can introduce this to my younger one. Thanks for your crisp and to the point review.
My daughter might like itit, shall check.
Sounds like a fun book!
That’s nice. I will recommend this book to young school readers.