A Crime of Fashion
Introducing Axelle Anderson: fashion's most stylish detective. Despite her long legs and fashion-obsessed family, all Axelle wants to do is solve mysteries. So when star designer Belle La Lune vanishes, Axelle seizes the chance to go undercover as a model to crack the case - even if it means being tortured with eyelash-curlers and teetering on sky-high heels. Aided by the distractingly gorgeous Sebastian, Axelle races against the clock to solve the mystery at the heart of Paris Fashion Week… Find out more on Carina Axelsson's site www.carinaaxelsson.com
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- Paperback | 368 pages
- 198 x 210 x 130mm | 381g
- 01 Feb 2014
- Usborne Publishing Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
- Illustrationsstrations (black and white)
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'There are plenty of plot twists to keep you gripped to the end of this exciting and highly entertaining first story of a new series' - Primary Times; 'Sometimes it's rather nice to just fall into the enjoyment of a story that carries you along, and for teen fiction this definitely delivered that' - Mama and More; 'I will definitely be reading Axelle's next adventure, which I'm sure will be as entertaining and riveting as this one' - Nayu's Reading Corner; 'Humour, fashion, drama and intrigue prove the perfect combination in this high-flying and immaculately stylish new series' - Lancashire Evening Post
About Carina Axelsson
Carina Axelsson is half-Swedish, half-Mexican and grew up in California. After moving to New York she embarked on a jet-setting modelling career which saw her starring in advertising and magazine campaigns across the globe, including shoots for Vogue and Marie Claire. Later Carina moved to Paris and, after working as a PA to a well-known international fashion designer, began writing her first notes about a girl detective working in fashion.