You Killed Me!
Written by Keith Gray
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Interest Age Teen Reading Age 8+ Award-winning Keith Gray tells a page-turning adventure with gusto and style. Comic-mad Toby wakes one morning to find a man with a badly beaten up head staring at him from the end of the bed. Worse still, the man claims that Toby killed him! Did he? Toby sets out on a quest to discover the truth. The result is a quick witted detective story and well as an entertaining journey of self-discovery.
You Killed Me! by Keith Gray
There's a dead man at the end of Toby's bed. He says that Toby killed him. Did he? Thrilling ghost story. Len Grimsby is dead and he blames Toby. When Len's ghost appears at the end of his bed, Toby is taken back in time to see the repercussions of his actions and unravel the series of events that led to Len's death. Can he save Len from being killed? And can he manage not to screw everything else up in the process? Gripping ghost story from a critically acclaimed writer. With a reading age of 8+, this is suitable for reluctant, struggling and dyslexic teens.
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3rd January 2013
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