The Case of the Feathered Mask-9780544948846

The Case of the Feathered Mask: The Mysteries of Maisie Hitchins, Book 4

by Holly Webb and Marion Lindsay
$5.99
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In book four of The Mysteries of Maisie Hitchins series, Maisie must investigate a robbery in her very own house. A rare and priceless Amazonian mask is stolen from Professor Tobin's rooms the night before it is to be donated to the British Museum. Maisie has no clues and no suspects, but that won't stop London's youngest detective from getting to the bottom of this case!


  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN-13/EAN: 9780544948846
  • ISBN-10: 054494884X
  • Pages: 176
  • Publication Date: 04/04/2017
  • Carton Quantity: 48

About the book

In this fourth mystery about 12-year-old Maisie, the young detective must solve a crime for her friend Professor Tobin. The professor travelled all over the world collecting strange and wonderful objects, and the British Museum is opening a special room to house his collection. But before the professor’s donation, a thief steals a valuable Amazonian tribal mask! With just a single feather left behind, Maisie doesn't have much to go on, but the stakes in her newest case are higher than ever.  

     Can’t get enough of Maisie's mysteries? Look for The Case of the Stolen Sixpence, The Case of the Vanishing Emerald, and The Case of the Phantom Cat!  

 

 

 

About the author
Holly Webb

HOLLY WEBB is a former children's book editor who has authored over ninety books for children published in the UK. Besides Maisie Hitchins, other series that have crossed the pond include My Naughty Little Puppy, the Rose books, the Lily books, and Animal Magic. Webb lives in Berkshire, England, with her husband, three boys, and Milly, her cat. Visit her website at www.holly-webb.com.

Marion Lindsay

Marion Lindsay is an illustrator of picture books and novels for children whose work has been published in nine countries. She studied at Cambridge School of Art, graduating in 2010 with a masters degree in children's book illustration. She lives in the United Kingdom.