The second instalment in a brilliantly clever, funny and highly illustrated murder mystery series
The most troublesome thing about being a detective is that it is almost impossible to go on holiday.
When Bonnie Montgomery finally gets a break from cracking cases as her alter-ego, Montgomery Bonbon, something terribly fishy happens the moment she and Grampa Banks arrive on Odde Island for half-term – and it's not just the smell of the harbour. There's been a mysterious death at Leerie Lighthouse, and what everyone assumed was an accident is setting Bonbon's moustache all a-quiver: a sure sign that something is Highly Suspicious.
When a second death takes place on the other side of the island, Bonnie is sure the two are connected. But can she solve this case alone, or will she need double the detectives to solve double the murder?
Alasdair Beckett-King is a multi-award-winning comedian and writer. He studied at the London Film School, and since then he has performed critically lauded solo shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, written for BBC radio, appeared on comedy panel shows such as Mock the Week, co-written an award-winning video game and created numerous viral sketches for social media, including an interactive whodunit.
Claire Powell is a bestselling children’s book maker, character designer and illustrator who started out designing for television brands before she got her first book deal in 2016 and has never looked back. Claire’s collaborations with Kes Gray and Simon Farnaby – The Night Before The Night Before Christmas; The Night after Christmas; The Wizard and Me – all topped the charts to become bestsellers. She has also illustrated books for Jeanne Willis, Peter Bently and Michelle Robinson.
|Title:||Montgomery Bonbon: Death at the Lighthouse|
|Author:||Alasdair Beckett-KingClaire Powell|