Licence to Fish by Justin Richards
  

Synopsis

Licence to Fish by Justin Richards

A hilarious new series for younger readers, following the misadventures of an ordinary boy at an extraordinary school for young spies...SPUD has set up a secret base under the school pond and is using radio-controlled duck-cameras to gather information. But the chief SPUD agent has made the mistake of having his weekly edition of SPUD's Nasty Newsletter redirected to his new base - by Alfie's dad, the local postman! It doesn't take long for the gang to work out what SPUD are up to. Can Alfie and his friends find a way of turning the SPUD infiltration to their advantage? Of course they can - and soon the school is teaching the pupils using even more bizarre methods than usual, all for SPUD's benefit. Will the evil organisation really believe in assassination by daffodil? Or that trained hamsters are used to infiltrate their bases? Of course they will...

About the Author

Justin Richards

Justin Richards is the author of over a dozen genre and sf novels, as well as non-fiction books, audio and television scripts. He has edited anthologies of short stories, been a technical writer, founded and edited a media journal, and contributed articles to many mainstream magazines. Before all that he worked for a multinational computer company. At present, Justin is best known for acting as Creative Consultant to the BBC Books range of Doctor Who novels, and his own novels for the series are consistently popular. Justin is married with two sons - neither of whom is even slightly invisible.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
176 pages
Interest Age: From 7 To 9

Author

Justin Richards
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Author's Website

www.justinrichards.co.uk

Publisher

HarperCollins Children's Books an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers
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Publication date

6th August 2009

ISBN

9780007273591


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