Ten Rules for Detectives

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Penguin Group Australia, May 5, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 204 pages
We always knew we'd be awesome private detectives. Problem was, Boris and me live in this small country town, and we couldn't find anything to detect. But then, last month, a horse-riding ghost appeared, and a whole lot of creepy bats flew into town . . .

So how did we end up on the trail of a bushranger's hidden treasure? And how did we end up working with Julia Kelly, the most annoying girl in town, the world and probably the universe?

You'll just have to read this very funny detective story from the award-winning author of Hannah's Winter and find out.

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About the author (2008)

Kierin Meehan started writing in an old, windswept town on Hokkaido's west coast, when she was asked to write a monthly column (Kierin's Esashi Diary) for the town magazine. Her first novel was Hannah's Winter, published in 2001. Her second, Night Singing, won the Patricia Wrightson Prize for Children's Literature in the 2004 NSW Premier's Awards.Kierin lives in Brisbane, Queensland

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