Richard Hammond's Mysteries of the World Weird Waters by Richard Hammond
  

Richard Hammond's Mysteries of the World Weird Waters

Written by Richard Hammond
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RRP £5.99

Synopsis

Richard Hammond's Mysteries of the World Weird Waters by Richard Hammond

Richard Hammond - TV presenter and self-confessed mystery addict - is on a quest to uncover the truth behind the rumours and whispers around events in the world's waters. Was the lost city of Atlantis real? Do mermaids exist outside stories? And where is everybody who was on the Marie Celeste? Don't miss this instalment in the incredible series by Britain's best-loved TV personality. Explore the world's greatest mysteries - all from the comfort of your armchair!

About the Author

Richard Hammond

Richard Hammond is best known for co-presenting Top Gear alongside Jeremy Clarkson

Richard Hammond loves cars and science. As co-presenter of the BBC’s hugely successful Top Gear and host of Sky One’s cult science series Brainiac: Science Abuse, his dreams come true on a daily basis.

His passion for learning has also taken him around the world in search of the Holy Grail for BBC1 (he didn’t find it). Can you Feel the Force? is his first book for children.

Richard is married with two children.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
128 pages

Author

Richard Hammond
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Publisher

Red Fox an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK

Publication date

1st January 2015

ISBN

9781849417129


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