You were hunting… Sirius Black!
Sirius Black is the renowned Prisoner of Azkaban from the third ‘Harry Potter’ book by J.K Rowling.
Sirus escaped Azkaban after being linked to supplying Voldermort the whereabouts of James and Lily Potter. However, *spoilers* Black turned out to be innocent and the real culprit was Scabbers, Ron Weasley’s rat. Who was in fact Peter Pettigrew in disguise.
Therefore, if you found Sirius to be guilty, you were incorrect!
Sources tell me that Black has found a copy of ‘The Prisoner of Azkaban’ in the Harry Potter shop on Victoria Street, and he has re-entered the magical work. So, your mission is over!
If you didn’t get the criminal right, I would highly recommend you re-read or read the ‘Harry Potter’ franchise.
Or you could even be sneaky and watch the films.
Well done, now head up to the National Library of Scotland where Dennis the Menace and Gnasher are waiting for you!
Best wishes, Detective Inspector Rebus.
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