by Jackie French (Angus & Robertson)

Butter O’Bryan’s got a new case to solve. Excitement and intrigue ripple through the residents of the Very Small Castle when a film crew come – quite literally – knocking on their door to shoot a new movie. But they get more drama than they bargained for when the film’s star, the beautiful Delilah Divine, goes missing. The first suspect is the monster of the movie, but as more strange things happen, Butter soon realises that maybe everything isn’t as it seems.

This story was a thrilling nail-biter with some real Divine moments (see what I did there?). Set amongst the Australian landscape of the 1932 Depression, this historical fiction novel will delight lovers of mystery, history and adventure alike.

Suitable for readers aged 10+.