Loot

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  • Paperback
  • 208
  • Loot
  • Grace Cavendish
  • English
  • 01 June 2019
  • 1862304203

About the Author: Grace Cavendish

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LootPaperback ñ Loot PDF/EPUB ´ loot mobile, LootLoot MOBIWhen the crown jewels are stolen from a locked room in the castle right under Queen Elizabeth s nose she s furious and asks Grace, her secret Lady Pursuivant, to investigate This is the toughest mystery Grace has had to solve yet The thief must be amongst them in the palaceCan Grace figure out their identity before it s too late.

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10 thoughts on “Loot

  1. Rebecca says:

    Loot is the twelfth book in the Lady Grace Mysteries, a series written in the form of the diary of Lady Grace Cavendish, a teenage girl who is goddaughter and Maid of Honor to Queen Elizabeth I Grace solves mysteries at court with the help of her friends Masou, who is one of the Queen s fools, and Ellie, who is her best friend despite the fact she is Grace s servant.It is January, 1571 at the court of Queen Elizabeth I, where there will be a grand celebration to commemorate the twelfth annivers Loot is the twelfth book in the Lady Grace Mysteries, a series written in the form of the diary of Lady Grace Cavendish, a teenage girl who is goddaughter and Maid of Honor to Queen Elizabeth I Grace solves mysteries at court with the help of her friends Masou, who is one of the Queen s fools, and Ellie, who is her best friend despite the fact she is Grace s servant.It is January, 1571 at the court of Queen Elizabeth I, where there will be a grand celebration to commemorate the twelfth anniversary of her coronation Many important guests from various countries in Europe have been invited to court to join in the festivities But just one day before the event, the five hundred year old Crown of St Edward, which the Queen was planning to wear for the celebration, disappears This may be Grace s most challenging mystery yet, as she has only one day to find the crown and there are so many new people at court, any of whom could have stolen the crown.This was another enjoyable book from the Lady Grace Mysteries series that is sure to be enjoyed by readers who enjoyed the other books or who enjoy historical fiction set during the Tudor era While you don t have to read the entire series to understand the story in this book, I still recommend starting with book one, Assassin, if this series sounds like something you would enjoy

  2. Lisa says:

    A lady in waiting in Queen Elizabeth I court is a super sleuth grace cavendish solves the mystery of the missing Crown Jewels

  3. Charly-kate says:

    The lady Grace Mysteries are a truly great series of books Full of danger and excitement, they tell us about a young girl Lady Grace Cavendish, god daughter and maid of honer to queen Elizabeth I as she battles to fight crime and keep the court safe The series starts when she s thirteen years old and is just coming to terms with the death of her mother one year ago The books are all in alphabetical order, starting with A Assassin, B Betrayal, C Conspiracy and so on until we reach L Loot The lady Grace Mysteries are a truly great series of books Full of danger and excitement, they tell us about a young girl Lady Grace Cavendish, god daughter and maid of honer to queen Elizabeth I as she battles to fight crime and keep the court safe The series starts when she s thirteen years old and is just coming to terms with the death of her mother one year ago The books are all in alphabetical order, starting with A Assassin, B Betrayal, C Conspiracy and so on until we reach L Loot At present Loot is the last book in the series, and has been for quite some time Whether or not the author s will take the books all the way to Z or discontinue them now is unknownThe Lady Grace Mysteries are not only full of thrilling accounts of fictional adventures which Lady Grace, with her two best companions Ellie the laundry maid and Masou the acrobat are wrapped up in, but this series also can teach us a little bit about life in Elizabethan England With it s very handy glossary at the back.In L loot Queen Elizabeth I is holding a celebration for the anniversary of her coronation She invites many foreign guests, kings and queens from all over the world She puts the crown jewels on closely guarded displaybut stop reading here if you don t want to know what happens to the crown jewels but really its quite predictable the night before the celebrations really take off the crown jewels, inevitably, are stolen The big question is Can Grace Cavendish find the thief without any of the guests knowing And can she do it in time Recommended to people of all ages 9 this is a very good read Read the books in order, starting with A

  4. Rebecca says:

    If you are a sophisicated teenager which is what I really should be , then, don t read on This book is aimed for 9 , however, I continue to still read them and actually enjoy them It s one of those where you don t have to think about what that word means and with it only being 192 pages, it took me a couple of days in between exams and homework.It s a good mystery book and easy to read I quite enjoyed it actually There is a whole series of Lady Grace Mysteries starting at A and working down If you are a sophisicated teenager which is what I really should be , then, don t read on This book is aimed for 9 , however, I continue to still read them and actually enjoy them It s one of those where you don t have to think about what that word means and with it only being 192 pages, it took me a couple of days in between exams and homework.It s a good mystery book and easy to read I quite enjoyed it actually There is a whole series of Lady Grace Mysteries starting at A and working downwards so this is the.12th book just had to count with my fingers I personally enjoy them just to be different and a relax from reading thick novels with long, complicated words that I just sort of read without even knowing what it mean I know you all do it So yeah, read it if you don t mind reading the sort of basic English writing type

  5. Emily says:

    It was good I bought it for the sentimentality of it because i read the books when i was 11 My 11 yr old self wouldve loved it