Leave it to Chance Trick or Threat by James Robinson, Paul Smith
  

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Leave it to Chance Trick or Threat by James Robinson, Paul Smith

Teenage troubleshooter and occult investigator Chance Falconer returns for more adventure in the second compilation of the Harvey and Eisner award-winning Leave it to Chance . The daughter of the most prominent supernatural detective in the city of Devil's Echo continues in her father's footsteps, aided again by her ever-faithful pal and pet dragon St. George. Trick or Threat introduces our intrepid heroine to a new circle of friends, and pits Chance against a new cast of dastardly villains, misunderstood monsters, and other-worldly apparitions. From the festive streets of Devil's Echo on Halloween night to the haunted pirate coves below her boarding school - even at her favorite shopping mall - the young danger-magnet Chance finds paranormal peril at every turn, but always manages to save the day!

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Format

Hardback
112 pages

Author

James Robinson, Paul Smith
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Publication date

18th February 2003

ISBN

9781582402789


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