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Overview

In the third installment of this bestselling, award-winning, sister-poisoning, bicycle-riding, murder-investigating, mad, merry, and utterly captivating series, Flavia de Luce must clear a woman's name to prevent a grave injustice, while herself trying to avoid an early (and unjust) grave!

Flavia de Luce has enraptured critics, scooped up accolades, and enchanted readers the world over . . . all before her thirteenth birthday! In this wild, wonderful mystery — the third is this madcap series — Flavia comes to the rescue when a gypsy is charged with the abduction of a local child. Flavia must draw upon her encyclopedic knowledge of poisons — and gypsy lore — to prevent a grave miscarriage of justice, and to solve a greater — and far more personal — mystery: What really happened to her long-vanished mother?


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A child is missing, a soothsayer is charged with her abduction, and bodies are popping up everywhere in the latest Flavia de Luce Mystery. None of this seems to faze adolescent crime-fighter Flavia, the narrator of the series. After some devilishly intricate machinations, her knowledge of arcane poisons and secret gypsy rituals enables her to clear the fortune-teller and solve the mysteries. What she hadn't expected, however, was a partial solution to a mystery concerning her own dark past.... Editor's recommendation.

Publishers Weekly
In Bradley's outstanding third Flavia de Luce mystery set in post-WWII rural England (after 2010's The Weed That Strings the Hangman's Bag), precocious 11-year-old Flavia de Luce and her family pursue their different interests. Flavia's widowed father, Col. Haviland de Luce, has his philately; 17-year-old sister Ophelia ("Feely"), her music; and 13-year-old sister Daphne ("Daffy"), her books. Flavia's escape is the old, elaborately equipped chemistry lab installed by her late great-uncle, Tarquin de Luce, in their Buckshaw estate. Flavia's discovery of an old Gypsy woman who's been attacked in her wagon sends the girl off on an investigation that will reveal more of Buckshaw's secrets as well as new information about Harriet, the mother Flavia never knew. In this marvelous blend of whimsy and mystery, Flavia manages to operate successfully in the adult world of crimes and passions while dodging the childhood pitfalls set by her sisters. (Feb.)
Library Journal
The 11-year-old sleuth with a penchant for chemistry and a knack for discovering corpses triumphantly returns in this third installment of Bradley's award-winning mystery series (The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie; The Weed That Strings the Hangman's Bag), once again finding herself in the middle of a murder investigation. The novel opens with the quintessential church fete in the English village of Bishop's Lacey. An old, cantankerous gypsy reads Flavia's palm, and her prognostications prove lethal. When local layabout and all-around shifty character Brookie Harewood is found murdered, what's a child prodigy to do? Flavia's deceased mother, Harriet, plays a part in this tale, as does the unsolved disappearance of a village baby who went missing years ago. VERDICT Whether battling with her odious sisters or verbally sparing with the long-suffering Inspector Hewitt, our cheeky heroine is a delight. Full of pithy dialog and colorful characters, this series would appeal strongly to fans of Dorothy Sayers, Gladys Mitchell, and Leo Bruce as well as readers who like clever humor mixed in with their mysteries. [Library marketing; see Prepub Alert, LJ 9/1/10.]—Amy Nolan, St. Joseph P.L., MI
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Oh, to be 11 again and pal around with irresistible wunderkind Flavia de Luce.

Upset at a fortuneteller's words, Flavia upends a candle and, whoosh, the gypsy's tent goes up in flames. Determined to atone, especially since Fenella Faa has confided that years ago Flavia's father, the Colonel, once drove her and her husband off his Buckshaw estate, Flavia invites her onto the property, where she's soon attacked. And she's not the only one. Brookie Harewood, whom Flavia found fiddling around with Buckshaw antique fire irons in the library in the dead of night, is soon poked dead by a de Luce sterling-silver lobster fork on the estate's Trafalgar lawn. Determined to resolve these troubles and win the esteem of Inspector Hewitt, Flavia springs into full detecting mode, assaying chemicals in her laboratory, sidling up to suspects and making leading remarks, finding then losing Fenella's granddaughter Porcelain, reconsidering the claims of a certain Mrs. Bull about a gypsy stealing her child, sorting through an antiques scam, and researching the proclivities of the Hobblers, a mostly defunct religious sect. There's time left over, of course, to bedevil Daffy and Feely, her older sisters, and win the heart of everyone who's followed her earlier escapades (The Weed that Strings the Hangman's Bag, 2010, etc.).

A splendid romp through 1950s England led by the world's smartest and most incorrigible preteen.

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“Irresistibly appealing.”—The New York Times Book Review

“This idiosyncratic young heroine continues to charm.”—The Wall Street Journal
 
“Full of pithy dialogue and colorful characters, this series would appeal strongly to fans of Dorothy Sayers, Gladys Mitchell, and Leo Bruce as well as readers who like clever humor mixed in with their mysteries.”—Library Journal (starred review)
 
“Think preteen Nancy Drew, only savvier . . . and you have Flavia de Luce.”—Entertainment Weekly
 
“Outstanding . . . [a] marvelous blend of whimsy and mystery.”—Publishers Weekly (starred review)
 
“Delightful . . . a treasure.”—The Seattle Times

The Barnes & Noble Review

Alan Bradley's audience is hard to pin down. With an 11-year-old detective at its center -- to whom the word "precocious" seems to inevitably apply -- his award-winning Flavia de Luce mystery series occupies that slippery and subjective space between "young adult" literature and the traditionally grown-up mystery genre. Carefully rooted in a historically precise mid-century England, the series that opened with The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie nevertheless spins an almost Gothic mood around the doings of its feisty heroine, a girl whose keen instincts are matched by her innate powers of deductive reasoning.

When A Red Herring Without Mustard -- the third book in the series -- opens, Flavia is getting her fortune told. "You frighten me," says the soothsayer, "Never have I seen my crystal ball so filled with darkness." But little does the gypsy woman know, living in her caravan at Bucksaw, that this prophecy, in fact, portends her own demise.

When Flavia later discovers the gypsy crumpled in her caravan, bloody and beaten, she immediately suspects that the crime is an act of revenge -- a reprisal by someone wrongly convinced that the gypsy was to blame for the decades-old abduction of a local child. But in the midst of her mulling, Flavia finds another corpse, this one an infamous derelict once caught loitering on the de Luces' grounds. She sets off on her bicycle for the countryside and begins collecting clues that will help her solve these gruesome enigmas. On her journey, she meets a dashing painter who possesses a mysterious portrait, one whose subject matter and history might just be able to tell Flavia about her own inner workings and provenance. It's up to Flavia, with her virtuosic research skills and knack for toxicology, to parse the mystery and extract the truth from the falsehoods.

Not only does Bradley know how to make us turn a page, but A Red Herring Without Mustard -- like The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie and The Weed That Strings the Hangman's Bag before it -- has an inventive and witty protagonist, fully developed characters, and an acutely specific milieu: the land-rich, cash-poor gentry of rural post-war England. It's a richly imagined world -- one that readers can navigate with delight and rapture. Bradley's message is a noble one that should not go lost on his youngest readers. Flavia's charm shows that intelligence comes with not only ethical responsibility but with moral satisfaction too.

--Alice Gregory

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780385342322
  • Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 2/8/2011
  • Series: Flavia de Luce Series , #3
  • Pages: 399
  • Product dimensions: 5.10 (w) x 7.40 (h) x 1.40 (d)

Meet the Author

ALAN BRADLEY was born in Toronto and grew up in Cobourg, Ontario. Prior to taking early retirement in 1994 to write, he was Director of Television Engineering at the University of Saskatchewan Media Centre for twenty-five years. His versatility has earned him awards for his children's books, radio broadcasts of his short stories, and national print for his journalism. He also co-authored Ms. Holmes of Baker Street, to great acclaim and much controversy, followed by a poignant memoir, The Shoebox Bible. Now the internationally bestselling author of The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie and The Weed That Strings the Hangman's Bag, Bradley lives in Malta with his wife and two calculating cats, where he is at work on future Flavia de Luce mysteries.


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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 16, 2011

    Rate the book...not the price!

    It's unfair to go on here and give a bad rating because you don't agree with BN pricing. (and it is 9.99)On that note...
    Please read this book! If you loved the other books in this series...you won't be disappointed! They say don't judge a book by it's cover...in this case, DON'T JUDGE A BOOK BY ONE PERSONS UNFAIR RATING!

    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 9, 2011

    Review the book - not Kindle prices

    I have read all other books in this series, but have not yeat read this one - based on the previoius two I'll go out on a limb and give it four stars. I also own a Kindle. The reviews should be limited to the book, don't slam the book due to B&N business practises. I agree it's ridiculous to pay more than paperback (and 25% more than a competitor's price) - but that is not under the author's control!

    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 13, 2010

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    terrific post WWII whimsical amateur sleuth

    In Bishop's Lacey, England the Gypsy looks into her crystal ball to inform eleven year old chemist and amateur sleuth Flavia de Luce her future. However, the hag tells her she has never in her life seen a darker future. Flavia is not one to be concerned as the child deals with an odd household on their Buckshaw Estate. Her widowed father the Colonel lives for his philately collection; her oldest sister Ophelia "Feely" loves her music; and the middle sister thirteen years old "Daffy" Daphne hides in her books. Flavia, who never met her mother Harriet (outside the womb that is), uses her late great-Uncle Tarquin's fully loaded chem lab as her escapism into the savory world of poison.

    Soon after the dark reading, Flavia finds the corpse of the ancient Gypsy. Someone stabbed the woman to death in her wagon. Flavia on her bike Gladys investigates the homicide while she contemplates that the murder appears to be one of passion perhaps vengeance; similar to what she thrives for against her older siblings though not with murderous malice. Instead of solving this killing, Flavia finds a second body. Her inquiry leads to an intriguing clue to what she considers the key mystery.

    This is a terrific post WWII whimsical amateur sleuth as Flavia follows the murder clues while eluding the demands of her older sisters and her father is to busy with his stamps. As with her previous cases (see The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie and The Weed That Strings the Hangman's Bag), the tweener keeps the story line focused as she investigates two homicides in which the clues twist into something personal.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted December 10, 2011

    Flavia de Luce is at it again

    It's the third book I've read in the Flavia de Luce series, so obviously I do love something about these books. However, I think emotion bled into some of my star rating. It's just so hard to dislike 11 year old Flavia and this series is the perfect escape when that's exactly what you're looking for.

    I do a lot of willing suspension of disbelief in these books, but possibly a little more in this one. Flavia's intellect is clearly superior and her knowledge of chemistry is remarkable...a little too remarkable at times. At eleven she can't possibly know every single reaction and chemical makeup of all things in the Universe, and yet she apparently does. I really could have done without knowing the elements of the skin on top of a cold mug of formerly hot chocolate and I think everyone else could have done too. It added nothing to the story.

    What does add to the story for me is the believable torment from her sisters, both of whom must miss their mother so much that they have misdirected their grief by taking it out on Flavia, who was only one year old when their mother died in a mountain climbing accident and does not remember her. And additional tension is created from the financial difficulties of their father, who appears poised at the precipice of bankruptcy at all times. What I don't understand is how they have not yet resolved his wife's estate after ten years.

    There is also a fair bit of contrived plot in this, but when did that ever stop Bradley before? I still enjoy watching Flavia dart about the countryside on faithful old Gladys (her bike) and she does move the story forward with her sleuthing in a convincing way. Never mind that bodies seem to litter Buckshaw's grounds like confetti throughout Flavia's short career as a detective. It is still fun and eminently readable. Bradley is an engaging author and Flavia is an adorable protagonist.

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  • Posted May 29, 2011

    Love flavia

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 14, 2011

    First rate for the episode

    The child who took down license plate number to the master chemist she is becoming is absolutely delightful, thrilling, informative, well set with characters that unfold and is a good read.
    I read these books because I like Agatha Christie and good mysteries. This one is a cliffhanger. So many questions unanswered but some are answered. I do question the recent inclusion in many of these continuing stories, the Harry Potter series for one, that the past books summaries appear on pages of the books throughout as part of the story.
    I just wonder why the third story with all it's content could not be written like the first.

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  • Posted July 5, 2014

    Enjoyable and engaging

    Situations are constantly moving with questions left to answered when more information is gathered.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 24, 2014

    great read

    Love the characters, especially when Flavia talks to her beloved bike! Can't wait for the next adventure.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 24, 2013

    Loved it!

    Glacial is such a fun character, and her sleuthing is entertaining. This series is an enjoyable read!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 18, 2012

    Love It!

    So Sweet!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 27, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 23, 2012

    Flavia is special

    Flavia continues her feud with her sisters and learns a little mire about her mother and father. She also discovers a surprise that Harriet was planning to give Father when she was to return after the last expedition when she disappeared.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 29, 2012

    Absolutely delightful

    Charming and unforgetable characters and wonderful use of lsanguage makes you hunger for more

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 3, 2012

    Great Series

    This is the third book in the series and it did not dissapoint. It was fun to see what mischief Violet gets into this time. Start with the first and second book if you have not read them already.

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  • Posted October 12, 2011

    A Red Herring Without Mustard

    Befriending a gypsy after burning down her tent seems to be the beginning of Flavia de Luce's mystery and troubles. She knows her father will not welcome the gypsy on their land, but feels the obligation to see to her ailing new friend. When she goes to check on the old lady, Flavia finds the first part of the mystery, someone has tried to murder the gypsy.
    Inspector Hewitt joins the tale and is not overly pleased with Flavia's involvement in another of his cases. Flavia fills the inspector in on most of the story, omitting details she wants to investigate herself. During her investigation, she stumbles onto another body and it just happens to be someone she knows was up to no good. Inspector Hewitt insults her by cutting her out of the investigation.or so he thinks.
    In the midst of the investigation, Flavia's father tells her and her sisters they will be losing the house they grew up in. We learn a lot about her chemistry obsession and family dynamic, including two sisters who love to torture their 'baby' sister. Flavia even gets a knife held to her throat by an unknown girl.
    A wonderfully written mystery that is perfect for reading anytime. Once you start this book, you will feel you know the characters and are a part of the story.

    Reviewed by Ashley Wintters for Suspense Magazine

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  • Posted March 27, 2011

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    Flavia at it again!

    Flavia is a wise Beyond her years 11 year old, can't wait for the next book.

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