She’s a witch. He’s a private detective. And when they get together, it’s magic…
The private detective and the witch are back investigating four new exciting mysteries:
3.1 The Mystery of the Grandest Order by Aaron Lamont
When Professor P Stone is shot dead in their office, Tony and
Cassandra find themselves on the run. A ruthless assassin is on their
tail, and it seems he’ll stop at nothing to get hold of the Professor’s
Just who is their mysterious assailant? What dangerous secret has the
Professor uncovered? And why did it mean he had to end up dead? But
perhaps the biggest mystery of them all is... Will they get their
secretary to hospital in time?
Because Alice has just gone into labour. For Tony and Cassandra, some days just go from bad to worse…
3.2 The Mystery of the Fisherman’s Wife by Jessica Smith
It's not unusual in the mystery-solving business for a client not to
want to give you any extra information about their lives; even if it's
to help you solve the case. But when a shabby woman with a wad of cash
asks Tony and Cassandra to purchase an artefact - in secret - and
refuses to tell them what it is or what she wants it for, that lack of
information could lead to her own murder...
In the sleepy town of Bar Harbour, finding out what is at the heart
of their morally-ambiguous client's story will be the key to fulfilling
their contract. But then sometimes, it might be better not to know,
because when Tony and Cassandra figure out what is really going on, it's
going to put them in an impossible moral bind. And the choices they
make now, could tear their happy partnership apart, forever...
3.3 The Mystery of a Mother’s Love by William Proudler
After the death of her grandmother, Alice's had a lot of thinking to
do. She wants to be a detective, too. When Howard Finch storms into Tony
and Cassandra's office, insisting they find his missing wife, Alice
can't help but tag along.
What seems at first like an open and shut case, soon takes a sinister
turn, as Alice finds herself confronted with something she's tried so
hard to forget. Some things should be left alone, some things should
never be found.
3.4 The Mystery of the Jack-in-the-Box by Zara Symes
If there is one thing that Tony and Cassandra have learned during
their time working together it's that even the most innocent of objects
can hide the most hideous of evils. But, when their gypsy friend Mari
returns with a supposedly possessed Jack-in-the-Box even our seasoned
detecting duo are taken aback. With more than one innocent life at risk,
Tony and Cassandra must face staggering and uncanny dangers to protect
those they care about, but this may just be one mystery that Tony and
Cassandra cannot escape unscathed...