Sherlock Sam and the Ghostly Moans in Fort Canning by Low, A. J.
The adventures of Sherlock Sam continue!
When ghostly sounds fill the air at one of Singapore’s most-loved historical attractions, Sherlock Sam finds himself in the middle of an intriguing mystery. Ghosts don’t exist… or do they? Will this puzzle prove too difficult for Sherlock Sam and his loyal sidekick robot, Watson, to solve?
“Hooray for Sherlock Sam! Simply awesome! This book is super fun, with adorable art and charming characters.”
—Evonne Tsang, author of Twisted Journeys #12: Kung Fu Masters, Twisted Journeys #22: Hero City, andMy Boyfriend Is a Monster #1: I Love Him to Pieces
“An intriguing tale which will keep young readers eager to find out what happens next.”
—Clara Chow, My Paper
“A promising adventure series with Super Sleuth Sherlock Sam! His insatiable appetite to sample Singapore’s popular foods and never-give-up attitude to solving mysteries will keep readers glued till the last page.”
—Adeline Foo, author of the bestselling series The Diary of Amos Lee
“A thrilling kid’s detective romp in the grand tradition of Famous Five, with a lovable robot and delicious Peranakan food!”
—Otto Fong, author of Sir Fong’s Adventures In Science
“Sherlock Sam and Watson are set to become one of Singapore’s favourite detective duos! Sam’s preoccupation with food struck a familiar chord with the Singaporean in me and Watson’s deadpan one-liners had me laughing out loud. What afun-filled, food-filled adventure story! This is a delicious read that will certainly warm your heart like a good serving of ayam buah keluak!”
—Emily Lim, award-winning author of Tibby, the Tiger Bunny and Prince Bear & Pauper Bear
“Watson is a delightful creation. He follows a rich line of great robot companions from Star War’s R2D2 to Star Trek’s Data; no detective should leave home without one!”
—Sonny Liew, Eisner-nominated author of Malinky Robot
“A genius kid detective would be good. A genius kid detective with a wise-acre robot sidekick is even better. Add a wicked sense of humor and you’ve one of the sharpest, funniest books you’ll read all year.”
—Hal Johnson, author of Immortal Lycanthropes
“Funny and witty…The display of local knowledge is a clear show of research work done by the writers [and] the illustrations by drewscape add extra charm to the book.”
—Melissa Mak, Weekend Notes