From Japan to China, Laurence is tossed from xenophobes to political assassins. Worse, Napoleon has turned on the Russians, and they’re desperate for allies.
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It’s an affront to Elliot Mills on both levels, and he’ll do everything he can to discover who is willing to kill his father to prevent him from publishing his memoirs.
It’s Verity’s fault, and Antimony Price has to clean up her selfish sister’s mess…and risk her own life infiltrating the Covenant. It doesn’t help that she can’t control that little, ahem, fire trick.
Gruntly is a hog who refuses to share and is quite happy to take. And is he in for a surprise when he discovers the true treasure at the end of the hunt!
A rogue agent has come in from the cold and wants to spill his secrets, and Ishmael Jones is sent to ascertain his real identity only to fall into a menacing series of incidents.
Bryant and May are confounded by yet more impossible deaths that follow the impossible death of a baby, strangled by a puppet and tossed from a window.
To catch evil, it takes evil. And the captain and crew of the Sea Witch are deadmen with tales to tell and evil to banish back, back to their hell realms and repair the gates.
Excuses, excuses that can lead from grumpy to funny to giggly in this picture book for two- to six-year-old readers.
Max Sumner and his three best friends, Harley, Ernie, and Natalia, find themselves caught up in the quest to save their town when the creatures from their card game come to life.
Inspiration comes from an unexpected source when David moves in with Elizabeth Pennykettle and her eleven-year-old daughter, Lucy, and he discovers a new love.