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Crusher (Hardback)

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The day Finn Maguire discovers his father bludgeoned to death in a pool of blood, his dreary life is turned upside down. Prime suspect in the murder, Finn must race against time to clear his name and find out who hated his dad enough to kill him. Trawling the sordid, brutal London underworld for answers, Finn exposes dark family secrets and faces danger at every turn. But he's about to learn that it's the people you trust who can hit you the hardest..."'A fast-paced thriller with real heart' Simon Kernick

Children'sFiction & true storiesAdventure storiesThrillers Publisher: Random House Children's Publishers UK Publication Date: 01/09/2012 ISBN-13: 9780857532084  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Niall Leonard is a successful TV screenwriter with a long list of credits including international hits such as Hornblower, Wire In The Blood and Monarch of the Glen. Niall grew up in Newry, Northern Ireland and now lives in West London with his wife and their two teenage sons. He studied English at the University of York and trained as a screenwriter and director at the UK National Film and Television School. Niall's wife recently won fame as a novelist in her own right when as EL James she created the publishing phenomenon Fifty Shades Trilogy. It was James who challenged Niall to write a book. So last November he took part in the 2011 NaNoWriMo novel writing event in which writers create a book in a month, and thus his debut YA thriller Crusher was born. Niall is currently writing the sequel to Crusher.

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