This second amazing adventure of Octavius O'Malley has more twists and turns than a corkscrew. The greatest detective rat of all, Octavius O'Malley, is back. But this time it's personal. When Patrick the Magnificent goes missing after picking the lock at the First Rodent Bank, Chief O'Malley and Spencer (leader of the River Road Mouse Gang and head of the Society for the Cooperation of Rats and Mice), set out to find him. It isn't long before the trail leads to Kurt Remarque, poisoner and disgraced businessrat - the most evil rat ever to stalk the streets of Rodent City. But finding the missing mouse is just the start of this spine-tingling mystery. Before it ends, there will be helicopter rides, buried treasure, and doughnuts . . . Ages: 9-13
About the Author
Alan Sunderland is the author of seven children's books and when he is not making up stories, he is the Editorial Director of the ABC. He has worked as a journalist for almost forty years, but never once met a detective who was a rat. He lives with his family in Sydney in a street called River Road, which also happens to be the name of a notorious mouse gang.
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