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Kitty Rain 10: Lost Scavenger Hunt

Kitty and Shelly walked quickly along the fence. Then they stopped at the tied item wrapped loosely around the fence wire...

Shelly was incredulous.

“Well I wouldn't have guessed that,” Kitty divulged.

“Same here,” Shelly agreed. “No wonder Priscilla was mad.”

Kitty Rain 1: The Mystery of the Crying Moon

She ever-so-quietly opened the window an inch. Sob, sob, sob. Clear as day—the sound of crying.

“That's it,” Kitty thought. “Someone's out there and I'm going to find out who.”

Kitty Rain 2: The Mystery of the Tall Fog

“Will you take the case?” Aunty Flo asked.

“And where are you going to find a tall fog, ha ha?” Jane asked.

Kitty felt the excitement of a new case rising in her.

Kitty Rain 3: The Opal Princess Puzzle

“Now, what have I told you so far?” he asked.

“That it's a $5000 case and there is a prince involved,” Kitty told him and she put her hands up in a questioning manner. “That's it.”

“Heh, ha-ha. That's not much info I guess...I need your help...”

Kitty Rain 4: The Mysterious Maths Thief

“Can I help? I want to help. Can I? Can I?”

“I don't think so Jane,” Kitty said. “I have to find a maths thief.”

There was silence. Kitty smiled and tilted her head.

“What's a maths thief?” asked Jane.

Kitty Rain 5: The Frog Puddle Investigation

“Walk more quietly,” Kitty ordered. “You'll scare the frogs with your big boots.”

“Sorry,” Cade said and he immediately started tiptoeing ungracefully.

Kitty giggled...They stopped and listened to the night sounds. A faint croaking sounded nearby...

Kitty Rain 6: Jane's Birthday Burglar

They watched an old western movie on TV with plenty of gun fights, horse chases, and gallant men saving country maidens. But amid the clamouring noise of horses neighing and western antics there was a noise from down the hall.


“Did you hear that?” Kitty queried.

Kitty Rain 7: The Chase and the Coughing Coffin

“Ha! A shed full of coffins! Now Jane would definitely say that was creepy,” Kitty said to herself.


Kitty heard the noise and cocked her head. It came from inside the shed. So she stepped forward gingerly until she was right at the entrance.

Kitty Rain 8: Crisis at the Castle of Belkavia

“...It's weird how with just a few good words, God can change my thinking,” Jane told Kitty. “Why on earth would I be scared of some stinky dungeons?”

“What's this about dungeons?” Penny asked from the doorway.

Now the girls had some explaining to do!

Kitty Rain 9: Gum Tree Park Thief

It was almost like Jackgum had embraced the notion that there was some elusive thief that could never and would never be found. He was quick. He was silent. And he left no trace.

But this year things would be different; Kitty Rain would see to it.

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