We've been enlisted by Inspector Hastings to find a present for his wife, whose birthday is today!
Bizarrely, the first person we ran into outside the agency was the woman herself, Felicity Hastings!
Being a bank holiday, the shops on Chancer Lane are all shut.
The Lucky Clover is closed, Lipski's is closed.
Even the restaurant is closed.
We've got our work cut out for us, it seems!
We're heading to Scotland Yard to let the inspector know the situation.
We found the inspector back at his office.
It seems some members of the public gave him a helping hand to resolve the incident he was called away to.
I've decided we should head to Guildhall to get some advice about the present for Felicity.
We consulted Pipper about our dilemma.
As she's always trying to please the public, I gussed she might have some ideas.
Her suggestion was to consider things other than physical gifts.
We left, but not before enjoying the beatiful view from the balcony - briefly!
Time is short.
The inspector promised his wife he'd have found her a present by sunset, and there is very little time left.
Hastings has given up and gone home empty-handed.
There's nothing more we can do.
We're heading back to Chancer Lane.
On the way back to the agency, we bumped into Dean Delmona of Gressenheller University.
He feels that far more important than a present is being present to celebrate an occassion with someone.
His words have almost given me an idea...
Chancer Lane was nearly deserted when we returned.
Apparently there's a tradition on Godwin's Day to be together with your family at home after dark.
Armed with this information, I think I can conjure the perfect birthday present for Felicity!
We quickly delivered notes to hundreds of households and arranged for a special birthday greeting for Felicity to be displayed in lights across the city.
The public were happy to help as they all think so highly of Inspector Hastings.