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Sengkang Snoopers: The Secret of the Tiger’s Den - Sengkang Snoopers #2 - cover

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Sengkang Snoopers: The Secret of the Tiger’s Den - Sengkang Snoopers #2

Peter Tan

Publisher: Epigram Books

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Summary

The Sengkang Snoopers are vacationing on the island of Sentosa, but a holiday involving this gang of sleuths really isn't complete unless there's a big mystery to decode. 
  
This time, Su Lin, Su Yang, Bus, Zizi and their loyal parrot sidekick, Kuning, pick up a curious piece of paper containing some very interesting information, including a drawing that appears to lead to hidden treasure from the Japanese Occupation. But their quest to solve a mystery lands them in mortal danger. Can the Snoopers escape from peril in time to save the day?

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