The Guggenheim Mystery

A New York art theft has the police stumped. Can autistic Ted solve the crime? Sometimes it takes an unusual brain to unravel a mystery. (Think of Sherlock Holmes, for a start.) Step up Ted Spark, who is twelve years and 281 days old. When his cousin Salim vanished on the London Eye, Ted cracked the case. Now he’s on holiday in New York, visiting Salim and Aunt Gloria. But then a painting worth £9.8 million is stolen from the world-famous Guggenheim Museum. Ted doesn’t understand art; he couldn’t care less about the painting. But what if he’s just the right person to find it?

  • A brilliant new sequel to The London Eye Mystery
  • By the author of the Murder Most Unladylike books
  • A fascinating crime story which celebrates difference
  • Perfectly captures Siobhan Dowd’s original characters

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    Siobhan Dowd’s awards include the Carnegie Medal for Bog Child, and the Branford Boase Award for A Swift Pure Cry.

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    Winner of the 2015 Waterstones Children’s Book Prize (Younger Fiction) for Murder Most Unladylike.

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