Saxby Smart Private Detective Series Collection Simon Cheshire 5 books set Pack

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Saxby Smart Private Detective Collection

Simon Cheshire

5 Books Pack

RRP: £ 30.95

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Titles in This Set

The Curse of the Ancient Mask

The Hangman's Lair

The Poisoned Arrow

The Secret of the Skull

Saxby Smart's Detective Handbook

Description One by One Titles

The Curse of the Ancient Mask

Saxby Smart, schoolboy private detective, solves three of his most puzzling cases. Each story offers clues enabling the reader to help Saxby solve the mysteries.

The Hangman's Lair

"My name is Saxby Smart and I'm a private detective. I go to St.Egbert's School, my office is in the garden shed, and these are my casefiles. Unlike most detectives, I don't have a sidekick - so that part I'm leaving up to YOU."

Saxby Smart's Detective Handbook

Saxby Smart, schoolboy detective, reveals everything you need to know about being a supersleuth.

Meet the world's greatest detectives: from Sherlock Holmes to today's hi-tech crime-busters.
Discover the villains: from smugglers and body snatchers to Public Enemy Number One.
Do it yourself: fingerprint suspects, study a crime scene and think like a detective.

The essential guide to solving mind-mangling mysteries!

The Poisoned Arrow

"My name is Saxby Smart and I'm a private detective. I go to St.Egbert's School, my office is in the garden shed, and these are my casefiles. Unlike most detectives, I don't have a sidekick - so that part I'm leaving up to YOU."

In this series of stories, YOU can be the detective - Saxby presents you with the evidence, and poses some tricky questions...!

The Secret of the Skull

What strange and sinister secret is lurking at the home of Saxby's classmate? Who is the shadowy person in need of Saxby's help, and why won't they reveal their identity? Why is the school's most notorious bully suddenly being nice to everyone?
Here are three more mind-baffling mysteries in this absorbing book about Saxby Smart, schoolboy private detective! Saxby reveals the clues that solve the cases but are you `smart' enough to work out the answers?