The Da Finchi Code (Krow Twins) by J. D. Smith
  

The Da Finchi Code (Krow Twins)

Written by J. D. Smith
Illustrated by Craig Conlan
Part of the Krow Twins Series

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Synopsis

The Da Finchi Code (Krow Twins) by J. D. Smith

Twin Brothers Tommy and Terry Krow are no strangers to crime. In fact, they stole the book on it... The crime rate in East Wood is higher than a stork's armpit. The Bird Police think that the infamous Krow twins are to blame. They've been on their trail for years. First, there was the Great Crane Robbery, then there was that nasty business with Mad Mike and the Magpie gang. Now the terrible two have got involved with master forger Leonardo da Finchi. Old Mother Krow thinks the painting that her boys gave her is lovely. Will the secret code hidden in the painting lead the twins into a trap? Rookie copper Florissa Starling is on the case.

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J D Smith is a new author and this book is the first in the series about The Krow Twins. The title gives the reader a clue asa to the nature of the book! Lots of word play and plenty of chuckles in this entertaining story, just right for five year olds upwards. The Bird Police are after the Krow Twins, who they blame for most of the crime in high crime area East Wood. Is Mother Know's lovely painting genuine or is it a trap? Meet the bird characters and find out the geography of the area before you start reading - and let the fun begin! Can you solve the mystery? www.parentsintouch.co.uk

About the Author

J. D. Smith

JD Smith is the author of the Krow Twins series. This is her first foray into children's fiction after spending many years writing educational books and CD-ROMs for teachers. As a confirmed twitcher, the books merge her enthusiasm for all things feathered with her love of Worcestershire (the setting for the books). She also believes fervently in the preservation and protection of wildlife in the UK and hopes that the Krows will open young minds to the importance of conservation. Juliet is presently busy writing her next book when she has spare time from earning a living as a freelance Editor.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
96 pages

Author

J. D. Smith
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Publisher

Mogzilla

Publication date

3rd March 2011

ISBN

9781906132026

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