Description: Instead of flying home to London after their escapades in Italy, DemiChat and Lord Flannery Beagle find themselves whisked to Egypt to search for a Lost Mummy. Surviving grave robbers is hard enough but when an evil Mau, Sera, and her motley cat-gang lead them into a trap, Demi realises that the past and present are intertwined. Flannery is willing to risk everything to save Demi, even if it means confronting the ghostly guardian of the tomb. This sequel to ‘DemiChat and the Kent Street Mystery’ with its Sherlock Holmes’ style code and Egyptian hieroglyphics will keep readers guessing to the very end.
This sequel to ‘Demichat and the Kent Street Mystery’ with its Sherlock Holmes’ style code and Egyptian hieroglyphics will keep readers guessing to the very end.
About the Author: Toni Brisland, born in Wollongong, NSW, Australia, and of Italian heritage, taught English and History in high schools before undertaking further study in management and law and working as a Senior HR Manager and Corporate Lawyer. In 2005 she won a Children’s Book Council of Australia writing competition for children’s authors and now focuses full-time on writing for children and young adults. Toni lives in Sydney with her husband and two Himalayan cats.
Our Thoughts: We loved this book and the aspect that it is told from the point of view of detective animals. As a fan of Sherlock Holmes, we love this series of books. Very imaginative and fun, love that the detectives are a dog and cat. The main characters are Flannery and DemiChat. Flannery is a beagle who worked with the police department in Scotland Yard. DemiChat is a beautiful French cat. This fast paced story is sure to keep the attention of the young readers. The story is also a great read-a-loud for parents to read to their younger children.
Both of Toni’s books are available on Amazon.
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