By Pauline Hosking
When Cinnamon’s Year 7 class has an excursion to the old gold-mining town of Walhalla in Gippsland, trouble-maker Showy Daniels dares Cinnamon to visit the out-of-bounds graveyard at night. It’s a dangerous place. Showy ends up unconscious with a wound to the back of his head. His friends blame Meera, one of Cinnamon’s besties, for the ‘accident.’
To stop Meera being bullied Cinnamon must discover exactly what happened to Showy AND solve the mystery of a haunted theatre.
This is the second in a fun adventure/crime series about a twelve-year old sleuth who lives in the Dandenong Ranges outside Melbourne. The first book Cinnamon Stevens – Crime Buster was favourably reviewed online and in Magpies magazine. It was added to the Premiers Reading Challenge Booklist in 2017.
The second instalment in the Cinnamon Steven’s series of mysteries. Pauline Hosking has done a wonderful job at getting inside the mind of 12 year old Cinnamon Steven’s as she and her friends try to find the answers to strange goings on on camp.
A book that will be enjoyed by boys and girls, and adults, especially if you’re a fan of mysteries. This book can be read as a stand alone read.