Lit Squad Mysteries: The Case of the Phantom Woman (Book 2)
- About the Author
The second book of the new Lit Squad Mysteries series for 8-12 year-old readers.
Into the shady world of hackers.
A death on the tracks.
A determined network of international terrorists revives.
Things fall apart for Tash Nathan, Izzy Lim and Luddie Chua as they attempt to save their teacher, Mr Adam Salleh, who turns out not who he appears to be.
Answers need to be quickly found before Singapore’s security gets blown up.
Felix Cheong is a well-known figure in the Singapore literary scene and the author of eight books, including four volumes of poetry (I Watch The Stars Go Out, Sudden In Youth) and two young adult novels. His third poetry collection, Broken by the Rain (2003), was shortlisted for the Singapore Literature Prize and his collection of short stories, Vanishing Point, was long-listed for the prestigious Frank O’Connor Award in 2013. His work has been widely published in journals, anthologized and featured on radio and TV. Felix has been invited to writers’ festivals all over the world, including Edinburgh, West Cork, Sydney, Christchurch and Hong Kong. Recently, he has also published satirical flash fiction in Singapore Siu Dai and Singapore Siu Dai 2.
In 2000, he was conferred the Young Artist of the Year Award by the National Arts Council. Felix holds a master’s degree in creative writing from the University of Queensland and is currently an adjunct lecturer with Murdoch University, University of Newcastle, LASALLE College of the Arts and Temasek Polytechnic.
Cover Type: Paperback
Page Count: 96
Year Published: 2018