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Publication date1st June 2009
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Master Crook's Crime Academy: Robbery For Rascals
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Welcome to the school where scoundrels save the day. This is Robin Hood meets Oliver Twist in a laugh-out-loud new series from one of the most-loved children’s authors, Terry Deary. With a cast of hilarious characters, witty asides and farcical action, no reader can fail to be inspired by the goings-on at this most unusual of schools! This is the second in the Master Crook series.
SynopsisMaster Crook's Crime Academy: Robbery For Rascals by Terry Deary
After sending dozens of innocent people to jail, cruel Judge Fumble decides to rest at his country mansion. But he must ensure that the Fumble fortune remains safe on the journey home. On the other side of town, the students of the world's first Crime Academy are getting set for another lesson in crime.
About The Author
One of the World Book Day 2014 Authors Terry Deary is the author of 249 fiction and non-fiction books published in 36 years and is one of the most successful children’s authors of all time. His Horrible Histories series has sold over 6 million copies in the UK and has been translated into over 40 languages, as well as being adapted into a BAFTA award-winning television series for CBBC. Terry was also voted The Outstanding Non-Fiction Author of the 20th Century (Books for Keeps). He has now turned his attentions to adult fiction and non-fiction and more television and stage work.
He is married to Jenny and they have a daughter Sara who recently had twins, Terry's first grandchildren. He lives in Durham.
Q+A with Terry Deary
Favourite Hero: Guy Fawkes
Favourite Monster: The Chimera
Your weapon of choice: Machine Gun
Special Secret Power: Invisibility
Favourite Fight scene: Gladiators
Goodie or baddie: Baddie
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