Set in the fictional town of Haventry, the reader plays the role of a yeti detective’s assistant who must solve a mysterious crime.
You can follow hundreds of possible paths to work out which of the weird and wonderful characters could be the culprit.
[Mr Jones] said: “I thought I’d write a book that has a selective element, but that also reads as a fun mystery.
“I went completely mad while writing. I had all these different possibilities in my head.”
Mr Jones is the author of 40 children’s titles, from Rabunzel, about a rabbit with long ears, to The Dragon Detective Agency.
The inspiration for the latter came from his South London surroundings.
He said: “When I was writing my first book, I didn’t have time to do much research, so I placed it in my locality.
“I used to live on the top of Forest Hill and I was watching squirrels jump across flat roofs and I came up with the idea of dragons jumping from rooftop to rooftop.”