Kids in Despair
Villains lay a Snare
Parents Aren’t Aware
Crime-stopping kids Logan, Meeka, Poet and Ninja-Nate find themselves caught up in another mystery, this time at Meeka's mansion-like home.
Meeka's parents were super rich so it should've been a blast visiting Meeka in her mansion-like home, but Logan can't get over all the secrets everyone seems to have: the manager, the teacher and even Meeka, who won't stop lying. Logan's certain she's hiding something, and he's determined to find out what it is.
Meeka was excited to see her dad again, after he'd been away for almost a month. She was just as excited to find he'd brought Logan, Nate and Poet along with him, but her joy is soon replaced by dismay as her dad ignores her to spend time with Logan. She needed her dad to rescue her from the trouble she was in, but he didn't even notice her. It was all Logan's fault.
Meeka wasn't the only one in trouble. It seemed all the neighbours were having trouble with their homes being broken into and their cars being stolen. Even the Bugatti Veyron at Meeka's home had been stolen, much to everyone's disbelief. How could such a thing happen when there was so much security installed around the park-like property?
When the Crime Stopper kids accidentally open a parcel meant for Meeka's horrible, grouchy pain-inducing-maths-inflicting teacher and find a credit card fraud device inside, they think they may have found the thief. But they'll need to investigate some more. Even though the manager has forbidden them to do or say anything about their discovery.
It shouldn't be too hard to break into her house. But even as one clue leads to another, and they discover more than they could've imagined about Meeka's teacher, their old enemy is plotting in the background. None of them realise the terrible danger they are in and what he is planning.
It begins with the kidnapping of Nate. But now they know who their enemy is, and they know there is more danger to come. Still, Logan, Meeka and Poet know what they must do. Go and rescue Ninja-Nate. No matter what the risk. Even if it means running straight into deadly danger.