Masquerade: How a real-life treasure hunt obsessed a nation - BBC NewsA series of clues posted on social media this week, starting at 9. It will be published by William Heinemann in hardback, e-book and audio on Thursday 16th May and in Arrow paperback in Penguin Random House has created the special version of Cari Mora which features one ounce of ethically-sourced 24 carat gold in its exclusive design. The book has been created by Penguin with London-based publisher Visual Editions and graphic design studio Atelier Dyakova. We were captivated by the idea of echoing that hunt for fans and readers in the real world. Creating a national treasure hunt for, literally, a global one-off gold edition of Cari Mora is huge in the publishing world. We often say a book is worth its weight in gold, and this one truly is.
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Originally aimed at children, it contained clues in paintings and verse that led ultimately to the physical location of an carat Golden Hare, encased in a ceramic casket to hide it from metal detectors. The artist achieved unwanted fame when the search for the hare became an unlikely national obsession, with lawns dug up around the country as a result of the bizarre and often misleading clues contained in the elaborate paintings that comprised the book. Williams was invited to appear on television programmes around the globe and endorse products but refused to take part in what he called "that whole razzmatazz" and returned to a quiet life as a reclusive artist. He felt that as a result of Masquerade's success he was rejected as an artist by many. The original burial of the hare took place in in a park in Ampthill, Beds. Gascoigne poured a cowpat from a Tupperware box over the hole to disguise where it was laid.