Triple Nine Sleuths: Dangerous Disappearance (book 7)
Shortlisted for Popular Readers' Choice Award 2014, English (Children) Category
Get ready for high adventure. The Triple Nine Sleuths are Singapore’s latest amazing teen detective trio, using their creativity and intelligence to solve mysteries, even when the Police are stumped! But there is one mystery that remains unsolved, a puzzle that Stacy, Corey and Colton are desperate to solve—who is Stacy’s real father? As the Triple Nine Sleuths race against time for answers, each mystery brings them closer to answering this ultimate question.
In Dangerous Disappearance, Stacy needs answers from Paula, her missing parents’ friend. While confronting her, Stacy suddenly blacks out and wakes to find Paula missing. Stacy is now the prime suspect! Corey and Colton are determined to prove her innocence. Can the sleuths clear Stacy’s name in time?
“If Alfred Hitchcock’s Three Investigators were reincarnated as Singaporeans, they’d be the Triple Nine Sleuths.”
—Akshita Nanda, The Sunday Times
“A fun adventure brimming with delicious local flavour.”
—Emily Lim, award-winning author of Tibby, the Tiger Bunny and Prince Bear & Pauper Bear
“A fascinating and entertaining mystery!”
—SherMay Loh, Moonbeam Children’s Book Award winner for Archibald and the Black Knight’s Ring
“If only I’d had characters like the Triple Nine Sleuths to inspire me when I was a kid.”
—Daphne Lee, children’s book columnist at The Star
“An entertaining detective story with charming characters.”
—Dave Chua, Singapore Literature Prize Commendation Award winner for Gone Case
“An immediate hit!”
—Eugene Tay, founder of Monsters Under the Bed
“Full of non-stop thrills, suspense and humour. A truly gripping mystery!”
—Jessica Alejandro, award-winning author of The Singapore Kid and Extraordinary Losers
About the Author:
Maranna Chan is a full-time mystery writer with a background in education, having taught children of various ages, ranging from preschoolers to secondary school students. Maranna enjoys studying human behaviour and figuring out the personality types of those around her. A wife, and a mother to a young child and two hamsters, Maranna loves staying up late to watch back-to-back episodes of her favourite criminal investigation television series. That, she justifies, is for research.
Size: 130 x 200mm
Published: June 2014