The Case Of The Vanishing Emerald: The Mysteries Of Maisie Hitchins Book 2 by Holly WebbThe Case Of The Vanishing Emerald: The Mysteries Of Maisie Hitchins Book 2 by Holly Webb

The Case Of The Vanishing Emerald: The Mysteries Of Maisie Hitchins Book 2

byHolly WebbIllustratorMarion Lindsay

Paperback | March 8, 2016

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Maisie Hitchins and her canine sidekick, Eddie, are back on the scene, and on stage, in this captivating caper set in a London theater."Readers will eagerly await this spunky, saucy new amateur detective's next caper."
- Kirkus Reviews

Maisie and her canine sidekick, Eddie, are back in this second book of the Mysteries of Maisie Hitchins series, now set in a London theater. Lila Massey, the theater's star actress, should be dancing on air-her boyfriend just proposed. But she has lost his gift: a priceless jewel.&nbspRumor has it that whoever loses the emerald will be cursed, and when strange things begin happening, Lila believes the curse is to blame. Maisie isn't sure the emerald is causing the trouble at all. Rather, she suspects someone in the troupe might be green with envy.
Holly Webb is a former children's book editor who has written more than sixty books for children published in the U.K. 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 he...
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Title:The Case Of The Vanishing Emerald: The Mysteries Of Maisie Hitchins Book 2Format:PaperbackDimensions:176 pages, 7.75 × 5 × 0.48 inPublished:March 8, 2016Publisher:Houghton Mifflin HarcourtLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0544668510

ISBN - 13:9780544668515

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Maisie's second mystery offers middle-grade readers colorful characters, a theatrical setting and a plucky heroine."
-Kirkus "