Dead Man's Cove and Kidnap in the Caribbean - Laura Marlin Mysteries 1 (Paperback)
  • Dead Man's Cove and Kidnap in the Caribbean - Laura Marlin Mysteries 1 (Paperback)

Dead Man's Cove and Kidnap in the Caribbean - Laura Marlin Mysteries 1 (Paperback)

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2-in-1 edition of the first two stories in the BLUE PETER AWARD-winning mystery adventure series about11-year-old ace detective, Laura Marlin. BLUE PETER AWARD-winning DEAD MAN'S COVE is the first in a new detective adventure series from the author of the much-loved White Giraffe series. Orphaned Laura is sent to live with her uncle in Cornwall, convinced that a life of adventure is hers at last - and everywhere she turns she's confronted with mysteries. Is Tariq, the shopkeeper's silent son, a friend or an enemy? Why does her uncle seem intent on erasing his own past? And why is everyone so afraid of Dead Man's Cove? And in KIDNAP IN THE CARIBBEAN Laura Marlin has no idea that her dream holiday to the Caribbean might cost her and everyone she loves their lives, as they come face to face with pirates, a volcano and hungry sharks.

Publisher: Hachette Children's Group
ISBN: 9781444012989

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Dead Man's Cove is one of my favourite books ever. At the start I found it a bit difficult to get into but when I continued with the book I found it extremely exciting and had lots of twists along the way.... More

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27th December 2011
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“Geniously brilliant”

I picked up this book in the library and I ended up spending 2 hours there. Now this book is one of the many amazing books that Lauren St. John has written and quite frankly brilliant books. She takes the story with a... More

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5th January 2016
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An excellent book - great for Enid Blyton lovers. Could not put this book down - I read it in one go!
By Natalya Sharp Age 10.

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7th August 2011
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