When her father, a senior keeper of large cats at the Austin Zoo, is mauled to death, Katherine Driscoll takes a job at the zoo and begins probing into her father's bizarre death. Reprint. K.
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"Walker is terrific at goosebumps!"
--The Philadelphia Inquirer
"Mary Willis Walker is destined
for great things."
--The Purloined Letter
"Vivid and evocative."
--The Drood Review of Mystery
Katherine Driscoll is just three weeks away from disaster: foreclosure on her home and business, even the sale of her beloved dog. She has no hope of raising the $91,000 she so desperately needs--until the father she hasn't seen for thirty years writes to her, offering her enough money to solve her problems...if she will do one thing in return.
But Katherine may never learn what that is. When she arrives in Austin, she is hours too late: her father has died in a bizarre accident. As she sifts through the cryptic notes he left behind, she finds herself caught up in terrible family secrets--and a deadly illicit trade. The more she learns, the more determined she becomes to prove her father's death was no accident. In doing so, Katherine will make a bitter enemy--one desperate enough to kill...and perhaps, kill again.
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Book Description HarperCollins, 1998, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0006499716