The Riddle of the Frozen Phantom

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Collins, 2001 - Antarctica - 185 pages
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"When Sophie Sapwood discovers a whalebone pendant hidden in a chest of drawers, the ghost of Captain Cathcardo awakens from an ancient sleep, trapped in the frozen wastes on his ship, The Riddle. His cries for help travel through the stratosphere to three different pairs of ears - Sophie's famous explorer father Bonniface Sapwood, renowned naturalist Corona Wottley and oily villain Rancid Swarthy. All three parties immediately organise trips to the Antarctic"--Back cover.

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Margaret Mahy was born in New Zealand and has loved telling stories all her life. She has published well over a hundred titles and won several major prizes and awards, including The Order of New Zealand, for her internationally-acclaimed contribution to children's literature. She has twice won the prestigious Carnegie Medal, (The Haunting, 1982, and The Changeover, 1984).Margaret lives in the South Island of New Zealand, in a house which she partially built herself, overlooking Governor's Bay.

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