Book Review: Eye Spy by Tessa Buckley

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

Genre: Realistic Fiction

Age Recommended: 12 and up

A funny book about twins who open a detective agency to earn money.

This book was an ARC, courtesy of NetGalley.

Eye Spy


Donna and Alex are twins. They live with their father and their grandmother, Nan. Their father is an inventor but he has never sold any of his work products. The family is quite poor because of this.

When Donna and Alex get into trouble for playing cards during their break time at school, their pocket money is taken away. To earn some money for the family, the twins open a detective agency called Eye Spy Investigations.
They  get their first case when the lapdog of a wealthy woman goes missing. The lady has offered a 100 euro award to whoever can find her dog. The twins ask her some general questions, then set out to find some clues and uncover the mystery.

While they are looking for clues, Donna and Alex hear a lot of people say that they wish the twins were more like their mother. The twins’ mother had died giving birth to them and the twins didn’t know a thing about her. They decide to find out what she was like, but while they are searching, they stumble on something bigger that will change their lives forever…

If you would like to buy this book, you can purchase it here:  Eye Spy


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