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High up above the rooftops on the London Eye, you can see everything. So why can no one see where Salim has gone? Ted and Kat watched their cousin board the London Eye. He turned and waved. But when the ride stopped half an hour later, Salim was gone. Where is he? It’s as if he’s vanished into thin air. The police have drawn a big fat blank. It’s up to Ted and his big sister Kat to find their cousin. Soon, they’re following a trail of clues that leads them all over London. But they’re rushing into danger – and running out of time. Luckily, Ted’s brain works in a unique way. Can he find the key to the mystery – before it’s too late?

  • A fast-paced, spine-tingling mystery from a Carnegie Medal winner
  • Winner of several awards including the Booklist Children’s Editors’ Choice Award
  • Siobhan Dowd’s other books include Bog Child and A Swift Pure Cry
  • Uplifting story that shows Asperger’s syndrome in a positive light

“A novel that works on every level, not least as a thoroughly gripping detective story.” Sunday Telegraph

“Funny, nerve-wracking and tender by turns, with plenty of pace and excitement.” School Librarian

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Corgi Childrens

Date published

March 6th, 2014

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  • 336 pages


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