From USA Today Bestselling authors Sally J. Smith and Jean Steffens comes Kangaroo Dreaming, A Digby Sloan Mystery, the first offering in a humorous, irreverent new mystery series. Digby Sloan, a good-natured Aussie private eye already on probation with his Sydney firm, is sent to England to watch over a much treasured ancient Aboriginal artifact on loan to a London museum. But once they’ve … they’ve landed in London, there’s hardly even time to say “Tie Me Kangaroo Down” before the piece is stolen and bodies start dropping faster than eucalyptus leaves in a drought. Digby’s a good sort who loves his mum and is loyal as a Queensland Heeler, but where work is concerned, he tends to fly by the seat of his pants. And on this case if the detective doesn’t mind his Ps and Qs and stay out of the way of the killer, he won’t have to worry about having a job to go home to. In fact, he might not even live to return to the Land of Oz. Kangaroo Dreaming is a light-hearted mystery with a hero whose list of what he takes seriously is bloody brief. Fortunately for us, Digby himself isn’t even on that list.