Jack Stalwart: The Deadly Race to Space Russia: Book 9 by Elizabeth Singer Hunt
  

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Jack Stalwart: The Deadly Race to Space Russia: Book 9 by Elizabeth Singer Hunt

On the eve of the first manned mission to Mars, a madman has kidnapped the space project's chief engineer. Can secret agent Jack Stalwart save the day and keep his cool when he finds out who the missing engineer is?

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I loved the Jack Stalwart series right from the first book ... Can these keep coming, please? I love it! It's like Anthony Horowitz for the younger reader The Bookseller This series is the 'must read

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About the Author

Elizabeth Singer Hunt
Elizabeth Singer Hunt was raised in New Orleans, Louisiana, and spent her childhood surrounded by jazz music, Cajun food and the excitement of Mardi Gras. She movedto the UK in 1999 to study for her MA in Southeast Asian Studies before working as a brand and marketing consultant. Elizabeth’s love of adventure and travel is what inspired her to create her children’s book character, Secret Agent Jack Stalwart, a nine-year-old boy who travels the globe fighting crime.

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Paperback
128 pages
Interest Age: From 5

Author

Elizabeth Singer Hunt
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Publisher

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

Publication date

5th February 2009

ISBN

9781862306349


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