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Krystal, Kevin, Matthew and Tracey combine their talents to uncover an impending crime that has ensnared their two class mates, Nathan and Dave. However, things turn upside down when Matthew is accused of being the thief, and their clues seem vague.
Deciding not to pursue the matter into the dead of night, the four decide to spent time playing a board game and keeping an eye on Mrs. Potter. However, circumstances change and they find that they are trapped in the Old Queenslander. As three of the KKMT disappear into the dark night, Tracey is left alone and scared. Can she solve the puzzle and will she get help in time? What happened to Matthew, who was last seen tied up and where was Krystal now? Why was Kevin so quiet? Would the crooks get away with their criminal acts to another country before Tracey can work all this out? And would Mrs. Potter be worried when she found that she was actually alone?
Puzzles, clues, four heads working together to solve crime. Promotes team work, solving mysteries, being observant and caring. Find our how KKMT do it their way.
This is a revamped version of the Gum Tree Gang, with a slicker plot and still the same exciting, adventurous gang.
Contains some Christian content and themes.

Published: Marie Seltenrych on
ISBN: 9781921943140
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