Red Hot by David Ross, Bob Cattell
  

Synopsis

Red Hot by David Ross, Bob Cattell

There is glamour, excitement and great satisfaction in being a young star footballer. Thomas Headley's skills have made him a national hero. But magic feet on the pitch don't prevent injuries. And family problems can happen to anyone. As Thomas' younger brother becomes a rising star for England Juniors, Thomas has to confront injury, family disruption and a vicious case of professional jealousy. Even as Thomas fights for the form that will keep him in the side, he finds himself branded a thief. Someone is out to get him...

About the Author

Bob Cattell was born in East Anglia in 1948 and now lives in Wenhaston, Suffolk. He combines his job as an advertising copywriter with writing children's books about sport. He is a lifelong Aston Villa supporter. David Ross was somehow always the reserve in his school football team, which gave him lots of time to observe the game. He loves to hate supporting Heart of Midlothian and has written numerous other books for children. David Lives in Burley Gate, Herefordshire.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
128 pages
Interest Age: 10+ years

Author

David Ross, Bob Cattell
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Publisher

Carlton Books Ltd

Publication date

4th October 2010

ISBN

9781847325495


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