Clifton Kidnapping by Bob de Groot
  

Synopsis

Clifton Kidnapping by Bob de Groot

Scoutmaster Musical Heron (aka top spy Colonel Clifton) and his troop must investigate when one of them is abducted while collecting kindling in the woods. The abductors are demanding a ransom, with which their leader plans to complete his collection of Ming vases. After a huge commotion, the Boy Scouts go on an unconventional treasure hunt.

About the Author

Bob de Groot took over the very successful Clifton series, originally created by Raymond Macherot In 1972. Turk also collaborated with de Groot on the Robin Dubois series, a hugely successful parody of Robin Hood. The pair also created Leonard, a series based on Leonardo da Vinci.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
48 pages

Author

Bob de Groot
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Publisher

Cinebook Ltd

Publication date

7th May 2009

ISBN

9781905460878


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