Saxby Smart is a schoolboy detective. His Crime HQ may be a battered garden shed, but his sleuthing skills are first-rate - which is just as well, since no one else can solve the baffling mysteries he's called on to decipher.
In this book, Saxby reveals three mind-twisting mysteries - an ancient mask that brings nothing but bad luck for its owner, strange acts of sabotage causing chaos at school, and the theft of a valuable brooch, which could spell big trouble for Saxby's friend.
Contained within the stories are the clues to crack the cases - but are you 'smart' enough to solve them like Saxby?
Simon Cheshire is an award-winning author who grew up in Warwickshire. His first book, JEREMY BROWN OF THE SECRET SERVICE, appeared in 1997, and since then his books have been published in many countries around the world, and in several languages.His hobbies include movies, repairing old computers and wishing he had more hobbies. He lives in Warwick with his wife and children, although he spends most of his time in a world of his own. Follow Simon on www.simoncheshire.co.uk or on Twitter: @froodtheobscure.