Charlie and the Chocloate Factory meets Clue when six children navigate a mansion full of secrets-and maybe money-in this this humorous mystery with heart. Sweet, shy Tabitha Crum, the neglected only child of two parents straight out of a Roald Dahl book, doesn't have a friend in the world-except for her pet mouse, Pemberley, whom she loves dearly. But on the day she receives one of six invitations to the country estate of wealthy Countess Camilla DeMoss, her life changes forever. Upon the children's arrival at the sprawling, possibly haunted mansion, the countess reveals that each of the six children is adopted, and that one of them is her long-lost grandchild-and heir to a large fortune. Not only that, but the countess plans to keep and raise her grandchild, regardless of what the adoptive parents have to say about it. Then the children beginning disappearing, one by one. So Tabitha takes a cue from her favorite detective novels and, with Pemberley by her side, attempts to solve the case and rescue the other children.who just might be her first real friends.
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"Narrator Susie Riddell envelops young listeners in a British mystery as she gives voice to a myriad of characters, children and adults. When young Tabitha Crum receives an invitation to attend a weekend at Hollingsworth Hall, the home of Countess Camilla DeMoss, she joins select other children--one of whom will be determined to be the grandchild of the Countess, and will inherit one thousand pounds. In the narrator role, Riddell exhibits perfect elocution and an unflagging pace as she serves up the story with a gentle British accent. When some of the children disappear, Tabitha and her pet mouse, Pemberley, investigate mysterious passages, question the motives of suspicious servants, hear unsettling noises, and befriend her eclectic companions to find out what's really going on. A.R. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award © AudioFile 2015, Portland, Maine"
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