About the book
It begins with the arrival not of a detective, but of disaster: Badfort is for sale, but when Uncle decides to buy it, demolish it, and build a pleasantly appointed park on the site, he is forestalled. Beaver Hateman has sold it cheaply to someone on the condition that he, Hateman, is allowed to stay on as a paying guest. Forgetting that the man who has bought Badfort is certain to regret the "bargain", Uncle tries to console himself by continuing his never-ending exploration of Homeward.
He soon discovers the mysterious Crack House - lair of a vicious and horribly squawking creature, half-bat, half-bird, called Batty - where there are rumours of buried treasure. Uncle is in need of a detective . . .
About the Author
J. P. Martin
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Book Condition & Notes
This copy has some shelf wear and some slight foxing to the page block. There are 4 very small brown marks on the back of the dust jacket and a water mark at the base of the spine. There is some creasing to the top of the dust jacket and a price clip.