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Terry Deary's Terribly True Crime Stories - Terry Deary

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Genre: Junior Books / Author: Terry Deary / Paperback / 112 Pages / Book is published 2006-05-22 by Scholastic

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      03.09.2012 17:51

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      "A collection of gripping crime stories from the author of 'Horrible Histories', guaranteed to bring out the super-sleuth in every reader". The stories are written really well, so when you get to the end of one, you can't wait to read the next one. Each section (i.e. highwaymen) has some short stories and also a 'Fact File' with 10 interesting facts. I would definately reccommend this book to anyone but probably better for older children.

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    This is a collection of compelling crime stories from the author of "Horrible Histories", guaranteed to bring out the super-sleuth in every reader. From pirates and highwaymen to tricksters and kidnappers, Terry Deary lifts the lids on real-life criminals and their cruel crimes...Suspense builds as Ned Kelly stages a terrifying siege. Will the infamous outlaw be brought to justice at last? Daring Dick Turpin finds a partner in crime but for how long can the two rogues of the road escape the hand of the law? The Great Train Robbers pull off the biggest and boldest robbery but have they remembered to cover their tracks? Sometimes fact can be stranger than fiction...