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Newly-minted reporter and life-long film buff Odelia Kennicot wants nothing more than to be an investigative journalist. Unfortunately, there doesn’t seem to be anything worth investigating in the humdrum town of Ridgewood. Until now. When Odelia starts spending her evenings at the Munsen Street Drive-In Theatre, she meets Wil Nash, an irritable babysitter with a chip on h Newly-minted reporter and life-long film buff Odelia Kennicot wants nothing more than to be an investigative journalist. Unfortunately, there doesn’t seem to be anything worth investigating in the humdrum town of Ridgewood. Until now. When Odelia starts spending her evenings at the Munsen Street Drive-In Theatre, she meets Wil Nash, an irritable babysitter with a chip on his shoulder and a potential story in his pocket. Wil suspects that there is more going on at the drive-in than meets the eye and Odelia jumps at the chance to write a real story for a change. But what starts out as a routine investigation soon takes an unexpected and baffling turn. Shadowy organisations, coded messages, and government conspiracies are all upcoming features at the Munsen Street Drive-In Theatre, where Odelia sets out on the investigation of her life, armed with nothing more than her wits and the encouragement of the oddball movie-goers around her. Full of quirky characters and unexpected twists, this hilarious new mystery from the author of The Lazy Postman will keep you guessing and coming back for more as you join Odelia in puzzling out: What is really going on at the Munsen Street Drive-In Theatre?


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Newly-minted reporter and life-long film buff Odelia Kennicot wants nothing more than to be an investigative journalist. Unfortunately, there doesn’t seem to be anything worth investigating in the humdrum town of Ridgewood. Until now. When Odelia starts spending her evenings at the Munsen Street Drive-In Theatre, she meets Wil Nash, an irritable babysitter with a chip on h Newly-minted reporter and life-long film buff Odelia Kennicot wants nothing more than to be an investigative journalist. Unfortunately, there doesn’t seem to be anything worth investigating in the humdrum town of Ridgewood. Until now. When Odelia starts spending her evenings at the Munsen Street Drive-In Theatre, she meets Wil Nash, an irritable babysitter with a chip on his shoulder and a potential story in his pocket. Wil suspects that there is more going on at the drive-in than meets the eye and Odelia jumps at the chance to write a real story for a change. But what starts out as a routine investigation soon takes an unexpected and baffling turn. Shadowy organisations, coded messages, and government conspiracies are all upcoming features at the Munsen Street Drive-In Theatre, where Odelia sets out on the investigation of her life, armed with nothing more than her wits and the encouragement of the oddball movie-goers around her. Full of quirky characters and unexpected twists, this hilarious new mystery from the author of The Lazy Postman will keep you guessing and coming back for more as you join Odelia in puzzling out: What is really going on at the Munsen Street Drive-In Theatre?

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