Author : Peter Worthington
In the first book “The Case of the Billion Dollar Threat”, Llewellyn meets David, a thoroughly modern boy who pulls the arrow out of Llewellyn’s chest. Under ghost law, a ghost is allowed to make one modern person his friend. A ghost friend can see the ghost at all times and can even talk to him. The ghost can make a friend disappear for a short time and they can even use ghost travel together to instantly move from one place to another some distance away.
Llewellyn makes David his friend. What adventures they have, saving the world from the diabolical plans of the worst criminals in the world. They are joined by a young American girl who has paranormal powers. She can see and talk to Llewellyn and can even see into the future. Jemma’s poor long suffering cousin, Catrin a Detective Chief Inspector at Scotland Yard even gets involved in their adventures as David and Jemma face extreme dangers when they try to foil evil men.
In the beginning of the second book, "The Case of RR International”, Catrin takes David to meet her family who live near New York. Catrin’s dad is American but her mum is British. Naturally Llewellyn decides to go along with them. But he has never been in a plane before and when it takes off he is so shocked he slides back through the passengers until he stops in the toilet at the back. Its dark inside but he’s a ghost so that doesn’t bother him. He sees a nice long mirror and decides to practice his bow sweeping off his hat with his head still inside it. A fat lady opens the door and sees him. She screams and Llewellyn vanishes.
But then something strange happens when they land in New York. Catrin’s dad, a judge and his brother who is Jemma’s dad, an ambassador, meet them. Llewellyn accidentally walks through the ambassador. He’s not a real human. Llewellyn tells David who does not believe him. Then as they visit the sights in New York, Llewellyn discovers more and more people who are not human. What’s going on?
“ Ingenious, James Bond for young teens” – Lay Koon