Alice-Miranda Keeps the Beat
After a disastrous fire in the village leaves a family without a home, Alice-Miranda and her friends pitch in to help. They decide to hold a music festival to raise funds. The only trouble is, not everyone's as keen on the idea. Things are also heating up in Winchesterfield-Downsfordvale Academy for Proper Young Ladies with Miss Reedy at the helm. The arrival of a new teacher, a deputy turned diva, and an entire faculty of disgruntled staff sees tempers flare. Has the power gone to Miss Reedy's head, or is there a sinister hand at play? One thing is for certain: there's no smoke without fire. Alice-Miranda is put to the test. Can she ensure the festival, with its many secrets and surprises, hits all the right notes?
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