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The Singular Cases of Neptune King is the 14th book in the Neptune King series. In Neptune’s Nightmare, Neptune is driving past Harrods when he spots Rachel with another man. Even worse, when he gets home Rachel lies to him and tells him she’s been home all day. Several days later when he is with Shark on their way to meet with a client, he against spots Rachel pushing Max’s pram and this time follows her with Shark coming along reluctantly. He finds it hard to believe that Rachel could be cheating on Neptune, but is a witness to her kissing the tall dark stranger. Neptune is at the end of his tether and becomes even more disenchanted when he discovers he is missing large sums of money and even witnesses Rachel withdrawing cash from the bank, after she had told him she was going straight home. Is this the end of the pair of lovebirds? All is not what it seems, fortunately, but the solution almost costs Rachel her life. In The Case of the Phobic victims, Neptune and Shark go undercover at a phobia clinic, Neptune as a patient suffering from Zoo phobia, and Shark as an orderly. Someone is terrorizing the patients and turning their phobias against them. Finally in The Case of the Unhappy Unicorn, they go to Exeter to discover why a unicorn has suddenly appeared on Lord Bainbridge’s nature reserve. Is it unhappy because he plans to sell ten acres to a furniture factory, or has it something to do with the radical protestors trying to stop the sale. Does a unicorn really exist, or is it a fake? Neptune hopes to prove this one way or the other, and enlists Suzy Johnson’s help to catch the unicorn. She has two encounters with a strange animal in the forest, but while not being able to swear to it definitely being a unicorn as she never saw its face clearly, or its horn, she is firmly convinced that it really is a unicorn, and so is Lord Bainbridge.

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