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Something suspicious is going on in Cinnamon Grove...Auntie Urooj, world-famous beetle expert, is lonely and Ramzi and his friend Shaima Stalk think they have the perfect solution - a suitor from Truly Deeply Muslims online marriage agency! But smooth-talking Rasheed is not all he seems. He cheats at Monopoly, for a start...It's time for the Black Cat Detectives to do some serious sleuthing! But can they rescue Auntie Urooj and her Long-Horned Capricorn Beetle before it's too late? A funny exciting mystery story from the author of A Hen in the Wardrobe.

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