"Writing the Meg Mackintosh series," Lucinda Landon says, "gives me the opportunity to combine my love of drawing and mysteries. It's fun to design books with the clues hidden in both the text and the illustrations." It is fun for young readers, too, who have been eagerly matching wits with Meg since her first adventure, "Meg Mackintosh and the Case of The Missing Babe Ruth Baseball," debuted in 1986.
The series is now 11 books strong, all available in paperback from Secret Passage Press. The newest book, " Mackintosh and The April Fool's Day Mystery," was published in the April 2018. Meg also stars in "American History Mysteries," a book for teachers to share with their social studies students, published by Scholastic Professional Books in 1999.
To learn more about Lucinda Landon or the Meg Mackintosh Mysteries, contact Secret Passage Press. In addition to her writing and illustrations, Lucinda creates abstract paintings. She lives in Glenville, NY.