The Teeth of the Gale by Joan Aiken
  

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The Teeth of the Gale by Joan Aiken

Don Francisco wants you home, and in double-quick time, too. We must leave tomorrow at dawn ... Felix's heart sinks at Pedro's words. What can be wrong? Is his beloved grandfather ill? Dashing and loyal, he speeds towards Villaverde - and a rescue mission. Donna Conchita's children are kidnapped and Felix may be reunited with the feisty Juana, if he agrees to help. Despite warnings of a conspiracy and his own suspicions of a trap, Felix fearlessly plunges into a plot thick with intrigue and danger. His grandfather said it was a matter of life and death - but whose?

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Joan Aiken's Felix trilogy is definitely the kind of reading material you can never have enough of. It's got everything

About the Author

Joan Aiken

Joan Aiken (1924 - 2004) spent part of her childhood living in a haunted house. After leaving school, she worked at the BBC, the United Nations, and in the editorial department of a magazine. All this time, she had been writing stories and after her first major novel was published in 1961, Joan left her job to write full-time. She has now written almost 100 books for adults and children, Including the hugely popular The Wolves Of Willoughby Chase and Black Hearts In Battersea.

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Format

Paperback
384 pages
Interest Age: From 9

Author

Joan Aiken
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Author's Website

www.joanaiken.com/

Publisher

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

Publication date

2nd May 2013

ISBN

9781849418294


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