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File Under: 13 Suspicious Incidents

Hardback All the Wrong Questions

By (author) Lemony Snicket, Illustrated by Seth

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  • Publisher: Little, Brown & Company
  • Format: Hardback | 259 pages
  • Dimensions: 132mm x 193mm x 23mm | 318g
  • Publication date: 1 April 2014
  • ISBN 10: 0316284033
  • ISBN 13: 9780316284035
  • Illustrations note: black & white illustrations
  • Sales rank: 30,431

Product description

Match wits with Lemony Snicket to solve thirteen mini-mysteries. Paintings have been falling off of walls, a loud and loyal dog has gone missing, a specter has been seen walking the pier at midnight -- strange things are happening all over the town of Stain'd-By-The-Sea. Called upon to investigate thirteen suspicious incidents, young Lemony Snicket collects clues, questions witnesses, and cracks every case. Join the investigation and tackle the mysteries alongside Snicket, then turn to the back of the book to see the solution revealed. A delicious read that welcomes readers into Lemony Snicket's world of deep mystery, mysterious depth, deductive reasoning, and reasonable deductions.

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Author information

Lemony Snicket was somewhere else on the night in question, if anybody's asking. He is the suspicious author of "All The Wrong Questions," including ""Who Could That Be at This Hour?"" and ""When Did You See Her Last?,"" all the books in "A Series of Unfortunate Events," and "The Dark. " If you think you spotted Seth at the scene of the crime, it probably wasn't him after all. He is the creator of "Palookaville," "Clyde Fans," "The Great Northern Brotherhood of Canadian Cartoonists," and the unnerving art found in "All the Wrong Questions."

Review quote

"Each mini mystery--just a few pages long--is chock full of wordplay, clever dialogue, noir references, and red herrings....By the end, not all mysteries are solved, nor all questions answered; whodunit aficionados will want to revisit again and again." ""School Library Journal"""