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Written by Holly Webb
Illustrated by Marion Lindsay
Part of the Maisie Hitchins SeriesWrite A Review
Packed with mystery and adventure this is perfect for readers aged six to eight years. Charming girl-detective Maisie Hitchins is always on the look-out for a new mystery to solve. Even while her grandmother keeps her busy running errands Maisie keeps her eyes and ears open and is always quick to spot a clue. When Professor Tobin’s rare wooden feathered mask goes missing Maisie is quick to get on the case! Soon Maisie is following an exciting new the trail in this fun to read adventure full of interesting details.
Maisie Hitchins longs to be a detective. She's sure there are lots of adventures to be had on the streets of Victorian London. And, together with her faithful puppy, Eddie, she is determined to follow even the slightest scent of a mystery - no matter what!
In book four of the Maisie Hitchins series, Maisie finds herself coming to the aid of her friend Professor Tobin. The professor has travelled all over the world, collecting strange and wonderful objects. Now he plans to donate his collection to the British Museum - including a rare and valuable tribal mask from the Amazonian rainforest. But when a thief breaks into the boarding house and steals the Feathered Mask, leaving only a single feather, Maisie realizes she has a new mystery on her hands.
|Publication date:||3rd February 2014|
|Publisher:||Stripes Publishing an imprint of Little Tiger Press Group|
|Suitable for:||5+ readers, 7+ readers|
|Genres:||Crime / Mystery|
Holly Webb was born and grew up in south-east London, but spent a lot of time on the Suffolk coast. As a child, she had two dogs, a cat, and at one point, nine gerbils (an accident). At about ten, Holly fell in love with stories from Ancient Greek myths, which led to studying Latin and Greek, and eventually to reading Classics at university. She worked for five years as a children's fiction editor, before deciding that writing was more fun, and easier to do from a sofa. She started writing several years ago while working as a children&...More About Holly Webb
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