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A stunning companion piece to Brock from award-winning Anthony McGowan. Nicky and Kenny return in Pike as a fishing expedition nosedives into near tragedy. The Bacon Pond is famous for its monster-sized fish and Kenny is determined to catch one. And as usual, Nicky is dragged along for the ride. But when the boys glimpse what could be a body in the water - the body of a well-known local criminal who's just been announced missing - the secrets of the Bacon Pond might just take them all down. Sometimes it's better not to look too deep. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 12+
|Publication date:||22nd April 2015|
|Publisher:||Barrington Stoke Ltd|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
Born in Manchester, Anthony McGowan went to school in Leeds. He has worked as a nightclub bouncer, civil servant and Open University tutor in Philosophy. He published his first novel for teenagers, Hellbent, in 2005. It was described by The Times as a 'brilliantly nauseating thriller.' His other books for teenagers include Henry Tumour and The Knife that Killed Me, the film of which was released in 2013.More About Anthony McGowan