Meet Cora Flash


Cora is no ordinary eleven year old. In between school and watching over her younger brother Ethan, she has a knack for stumbling across mysteries.  Join Cora on her adventures, starting with Cora Flash and the Diamond of Madagascar, and stay with her as she investigates ghostly happenings in Cora Flash and the Mystery of the Haunted Hotel. Be sure to check back often for continuing stories in the Cora Flash series!


Cora Flash is ecstatic when she finally convinces her mom to let her take a train ride by herself to visit a relative in the mountains. Once on board, Cora stumbles upon her very own mystery: A valuable diamond has gone missing, and only one of her fellow travellers could have stolen it. It's up to our novice detective to solve the crime before the train reaches its destination - or the thief reaches Cora!




Do you believe in ghosts? Cora doesn't, but when she visits her Uncle Andre at his old hotel on Topaz Mountain, a sudden series of strange events makes her wonder. With many people thinking that ghosts are responsible, Cora and Calvin investigate to find out what is really going on! This is the second book in the 'Cora Flash' series.




Here's what people had to say about Cora Flash and the Diamond of Madagascar:

5 Stars:  "I was hooked from the beginning of this story and I didn't want to finish it until I got to the end of the book. I would recommend this book to everyone who has a child who is not yet a teenager, but old enough to read more than just picture books. Even at 24 years old the story kept me on the edge of my seat." - Mel

5 Stars:  "...my almost 9 year old daughter (is) begging me for the next one. It was a really good book." - Melissa Seme

5 Stars:  "My son just finished this book and loved it. Its hard to find quality books that boys will like, so I'm thrilled." - NY Mom

5 Stars:  "I bought this book for my ten year old daughter, who loved it so much, she read it twice in two days! - T.L. Eaton

4 Stars:  "The story is well-written and has all the elements of a cozy whodunit a la Hercule Poirot or Agatha Christie. I would recommend this book to the more cerebral middle grade reader." - Laurie Cameron