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Taylor and Rose, Secret Agents: Peril in Paris!

by Katherine Woodfine (author) and Karl James Mountford (illustrator) (UK edition)

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The Clockwork Sparrow sleuths are turning spy. Peril! Intrigue! Murder! If you’ve read the first four books about Miss Sophie Taylor and Miss Lilian Rose, you’ll know that this daring duo aren’t exactly strangers to danger. In their crime-busting missions at Sinclair’s department store, they faced killers and thieves galore. Now they’re turning their talents to espionage! All aboard the train to Paris! It’s 1911. Danger and intrigue lurk amid the leafy boulevards and grand hotels of the fabled city of light. As aeroplanes soar in the perilous skies above, our plucky heroines will need all their budding spy skills to survive…

  • A gripping new adventure for two much-loved heroines
  • Follows on from the bestselling Sinclair’s Mysteries books
  • Ideal for fans of Rooftoppers and Murder Most Unladylike
  • Full of twists and turns, danger, daring and derring-do

Product Details






Egmont Books Ltd

Date published

August 2nd, 2018

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AR book level: 6.9; Middle years; 11.0 points

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  • 336 pages


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