This mystery is NOT  A MURDER MYSTERY but a mystery dinner and is still full of sinuous paths, veiled secrets and dark intrigues. Set in 1889 a phantom like thief has stolen the fabulous ‘Jewell In India’s Passage’ from a locked room in Hobbs End Hall during an evening soiree. You cannot possibly suspect young Abaris Feende, can you? Or the aged butler, Spasm or surely it couldn’t have been the owners of Hobbs End Hall, Easley and Gingold Breastwork….. Could it? Might it be that there is a tenuous link with an infamous character called Jack? Whoever it was seems to have committed that most elusive of all sins. The impossible and perfect crime……. Or is it?