The Adventure of the Phantom of Drury Lane by Tony Lee
  

Synopsis

The Adventure of the Phantom of Drury Lane by Tony Lee

The Baker Street Irregulars soon have a new case to solve: a phantom is scaring people at the Theatre Royal. Meanwhile, three terracotta lions have arrived at the British Museum from China. Are these events somehow connected? Is the mysterious M involved? The game is afoot...Follow the adventures of the Baker Street Irregulars as they hunt for clues and crime-solve their way across London in these full-colour graphic novels. This is book 2 in a new series written in canon by New York Times best-selling author Tony Lee, drawn by critically acclaimed artist Dan Boultwood, and supported by one of the world's foremost authorities on Sherlock Holmes, Leslie S. Klinger.

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It's beautiful art - and there's a lot of story on the page. Lots of words are always good. Terrance Dicks (Doctor Who, Baker Street Irregulars) -- Terrance Dicks These are stories rich with plot and detailed graphics... -- http://bookzone4boys.blogspot.com

About the Author

A New York Times Best-selling Graphic Novelist, Tony Lee was born in West London, UK in 1970. Informed by a teacher that he had a comic book style of writing, 'a comment meant more as an insult', Tony decided that one day he would write for comics. Tony has written for a variety of mediums including Radio 4, The BBC, commerical television in both the UK and US, magazines and both local and national newspapers. Since 2002, he has written for a variety of publishers including Marvel Comics, DC Comics/Zuda, Games Workshop, Panini Comics, Titan Publishing, AAM/Markosia Enterprises, Rebellion/2000ad and IDW Publishing amongst others, writing a variety of creator owned titles and licenses that include X-Men, Spider Man, Doctor Who, Starship Troopers, Wallace & Gromit and Shrek. He is the writer of the ongoing Doctor Who series of comics from IDW, beginning in July 2009, and his award nominated, creator-owned miniseries Hope Falls was collected by AAM/Markosia in May 2009. His next book with them, From The Pages Of Bram Stoker's 'Dracula': Harker, was released in November 2009 to critical acclaim. Added to this, Tony adapted Pride & Prejudice & Zombies into a graphic novel for Del Rey Publishing, with art by Cliff Richards - this was a New York Times #1 Bestselling Paperback Graphic Novel for May 2010 - he is also adapting Anthony Horowitz's Power of Five series into graphic format for Walker Books, the first - Raven's Gate is due out in late 2010, and he has adapted four Horowitz Horror books with Dan Boultwood for Hachette Children's Books. His other book with Walker Books, Outlaw: The Legend Of Robin Hood 'drawn by Sam Hart' was released in 2009 and has already been awarded a Junior Library Guild: Fall 2009 Selection, and 'best for 2010' awards from both the American Library Association and the New York Public Library in the USA, among others. In March 2010 it was announced that it was also a finalist for the Children's Choice Book Awards.

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Format

Paperback
48 pages

Author

Tony Lee
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Publication date

12th May 2011

ISBN

9781445103433


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