London 2012 Novel 1: Running in Her Shadow by Robert Rigby

London 2012 Novel 1: Running in Her Shadow

Written by Robert Rigby
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London 2012 Novel 1: Running in Her Shadow by Robert Rigby

A gifted track and field athlete, Megan Morgan has all the makings of an Olympic superstar. Whether sprinting, jumping or hurdling, her body moves like quicksilver and her sporting dreams look set to become reality. Backing Megan all the way is her determined mother. A promising athlete in her youth, she will not rest until her daughter competes for Team GB. But where is the line between love and obsession? And how much pressure can Megan withstand?

About the Author

Robert Rigby

Robert Rigby is co-author of the hugely successful Boy Soldier series, written with Andy McNab. His other fiction incudes the novels of the Goal! movies and a stand-alone novel in the series - Goal: Glory Days. He is the author of the four official London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic novels for children. Robert also writes for the theatre, television and radio, and is a prolific songwriter. He lives in Oxford.

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128 pages


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Carlton Books Ltd

Publication date

1st June 2011



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