The Death of Jude Hill by Richard Conlon
  

Synopsis

The Death of Jude Hill by Richard Conlon

The Death of Jude Hill is part of the HEROES series, created with series editor Frank Cottrell Boyce. Two boys, thrown together into an unlikely friendship, discover Jude, a young man dying after a fall from a railway bridge. As they try to comfort him, he whispers his last words into the ear of one of the boys. The locals, police and media all believe this was a sad case of suicide but the boys, fuelled by Jude's dying words, believe the real story was far more sinister! In their fight for the truth they investigate the crime and discover that not everyone is what they appear to be...They must use all that they have learnt to confront absolute evil.

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Format

Hardback
136 pages

Author

Richard Conlon
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Publisher

Heinemann an imprint of Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

19th May 2011

ISBN

9780435046095


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