I'm now booking events for fall 2024 and into 2025.

Find out how to invite me to your school or conference event on my Appearances page.

June 6, 2024: Colorado Association of Libraries/ Highly  Effective Schools Through Libraries (Cal HESTL)  

              Lone Tree, CO

​June 8, 2024: SinC Book Launch panel
              Lone Tree, CO

March 16-19, 2025:Left Coast Crime

              Denver, CO

Thank you for stopping by my page!

I am Fleur Bradley, and I write mysteries for kids and teens. I'm also a literacy advocate and speaker.

Find out more about my books, how to invite me to your venue or school, and how to send me an email or letter! I love mail...

Praise for Fleur Bradley's Books

Have you read Midnight at the Barclay Hotel, or my new spooky mystery for kids, Daybreak on Raven Island...?

Find out where to order my books.

​"​An enjoyable paranormal mystery imbued with social commentary." - Kirkus Reviews on Daybreak on Raven Island.

"Smartly employed horror elements. . . contribute to a genuinely frightening feel" --Publishers Weekly

"A howling and harrowing good read, perfect for fans who like to keep guessing right up to the very end. A recommended purchase for libraries who need more mystery-horror genre-blends." --School Library Journal

​​"My kind of mystery!  Quirky, fast paced, and full of fun!” 
Chris Grabenstein, multi-award winning author of Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library, on Midnight at the Barclay Hotel.

“A madcap mystery that I couldn’t put down!” –Jennifer Chambliss Bertman, New York Times bestselling author of The Book Scavenger series on Midnight at the Barclay Hotel.

“Agatha Christie references abound, and the hotel setting shines. A quirky, kid-friendly introduction to the murder mystery.” –Kirkus Reviews on Midnight at the Barclay Hotel

"The characters are relatable, the writing is terrific, and the story is compelling. Fun illustrations by Xavier Bonet will help kids, even reluctant readers, stick with it. This is a winner." -5 stars from San Francisco Book Review 

"Bradley combines history, familiar Washington, D.C. landmarks, dangerous obstacles, and a witty voice in this brisk, satisfying novel."
The Horn Book, about Double Vision: Code Name 711

“Ingenious. Bradley cleverly weaves adventure and history throughout this fast-paced book. A must read for mystery fans, including reluctant readers.” 
School Library Journal, about Double Vision: Code Name 711

“A cool caper with great Washington D.C. locations. The perfect page-turner for reluctant readers.”
Dan Gutman, New York Times bestselling author of The Genius Files

Take a look at what's new for educators!

There are teacher guides and lots of activities for kids.

You can find out how to invite Fleur Bradley to your classroom or library on the Appearances page.

***BIG NEWS!! Daybreak on Raven Island is nominated for the 2024-25 Texas Bluebonnet List...!

Represented by

Laurel Symonds


KT Literary Agency