Mina Mistry Investigates


The Case of the Disgusting School Dinners

Being at school is boring. It’s really boring when you already know what you’re going to be. It’s really, really boring when you’re going to be something cool like a Private Investigator. Until then, Mina’s going to practise for her future. By keeping notes on all her classmates, spying on suspicious teachers, noticing every little-

Wait …

Aren’t school dinners a bit strange? Chicken nuggets? Again? On Pizza? Covered in chocolate? Nobody wants to live on lettuce and broccoli, but children are losing teeth over this! This needs investigating.

This looks like a case for Mina Mistry.

ISBN: 9781782265924
Length: 240 pages
RRP: £6.99
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The Case of the Disappearing Pets

Disappearing hamsters? Vanishing toads? Missing snails? This needs investigating.
This looks like a case for Mina Mistry.

Pets. Mina doesn’t have any. This is super inconvenient when it’s Showcase Your Pets week at school.
Unfortunately, Mina’s best friend Holly doesn’t have any pets either now that her hamster s gone missing. And has anyone seen Danny’s pet toad?

An explosion at the local pet shop shows Mina that this pet palaver can’t be a coincidence. But why is someone stealing all the animals? What do they want them for?

ISBN: 9781782265931
Length: 240 pages
RRP: £6.99
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About the Author

Angie Lake is a freelance writer with a background in the Spanish music industry. Born in the UK and raised on the Spanish Costa Blanca, Angie travelled extensively before settling in Barcelona, where she studied Psychology and began her writing career in the Spanish national music press.

Angie’s Danny Dingle series has seen worldwide success, and has been translated into 11 different languages.

Browse more books by Angie Lake here.