Machine generated contents note: PART ONE -- Distress fop Mrs Lowerblast -- The substitution -- Croissants and Clement -- An appointment with the floorboards -- Inspector Inglis is informed -- Monday -- A fine-toothed comb -- Back-to-base -- PART TWO -- Right under our very noses -- The disappearance -- At the scene -- A slight case of haberdashery -- A thread to go on -- Display's the thing -- If only there were xylophones ... -- PART THREE -- Whit went down -- What they said -- No time for Neddy -- Forgotten things -- Illusionations -- The show goes on -- Briefing the Chief Inspector -- Purloining Picasso -- Disturbing the universe -- Clear
Conjuring is in Phyllis Wong's veins. It was passed down from her great-grandfather who, before his mysterious disappearance, was one of the world's most brilliant and successful magicians. Now Phyllis lives in what was his grand old home, converted into a number of apartments, in the middle of the city with her father and her loyal dog Daisy. When a series of incomprehensible robberies takes place in the city, Phyllis realises there is much more to the crimes than meets the eye. It may be baffling her friend Chief Inspector Inglis, but Phyllis is determined to find out more. Who is this thief? What does he want? And how is he achieving the impossible?