Bee is in her element working in the taxidermy department at the Museum of Natural History, but her summer job turns out to be full of surprises:
A dead body in the Red Rotunda. A mysterious Museum benefactor. A large stuffed tiger in the Catacombs. A handsome boy with a fascination for unusual animal mating habits.
And a pocketful of glass eyes.
Can Bee sift through the clues to discover whether her mentor really committed suicide . or is there a murderer in their midst?
Smart, slick, funny, with sharp edges. Lili Wilkinson is like a coolgeekgirl Agatha Christie.
Wry, sly, funny, smart, and very entertaining. Jaclyn Moriarty
Wilkinson continues to prove herself master of vastly enjoyable and engaging novels for teenagers as she brings another excellent female character to the Australian YA scene.
Kate O'Donnell, Bookseller & Publisher
Commended, CBCA Book of the Year Awards, Older Readers, 2012
Long-listed, Davitt Awards for Australian Women's Crime Writing, 2012