The House of the Roaring Lions. That was how young Robin Wood thought of the Devery home, with its menacing stone lions and high iron gate. Old Mrs. Devery lived there with her daughter-in-law and her blind granddaughter, Stella. When Robin first met Stella, she felt sorry for her. But Stella's trouble wasn't blindness. Her real problems were her grandmother, who didn't understand her, and Mr. Lemon. With Robin's help, Stella was determined to find out the truth about Mr. Lemon, the strange and menacing man whom her grandmother had permitted to stay in the house. But when the two girls set out to play detective, they found themselves involved in a g bigger, more danger-filled adventure than either of them had bargained for. . . . !