“Why Is This Night Different from All Other Nights?’ (Book 4)
There was a town, and there was a train, and there was a murder.
Do you need a ticket to ride on a train? What should you do if the train has already left the station?
If a great number of suspicious people are all aboard the same train, does it mean something terrible is going to happen?
What can you do about it?
But what if everything gets derailed?
“Shouldn’t You Be In School?” (Book 3)
There was a town, and there was a librarian, and there was a fire.
Do you smell smoke?
Are school children in danger?
There’s a witness to a notorious fire, but he appears to have gone missing. Also, these fish tanks are empty. And these books are blank.
Wait, those aren’t questions. What is going on?
“When Did You See Her Last?” (Book 2)
There was a town, and there was a statue, and there was a person who had been kidnapped.
Has anyone seen the missing girl?
Why aren’t her parents upset?
What do a chemistry experiment, a grocery store, unruly hair, and a stolen statue have to do with it?
Why are you changing the subject? You’re supposed to be thinking about the missing girl. Where is she?
“Who Could That Be at This Hour?” (Book 1)
There was a town, and there was a girl, and there was a theft.
Are you curious about what happened a seaside town that is no longer by the sea?
Do you want to know more about a stolen item that wasn’t stolen at all?
Do you think that’s any of your business? Why? What kind of person are you? Really?
Who is that standing behind you?