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The Recruit - Cherub No. 1 (Paperback)
  • The Recruit - Cherub No. 1 (Paperback)

The Recruit - Cherub No. 1 (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 15/04/2004
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A terrorist doesn't let strangers in her flat because they might be undercover police or intelligence agents, but her children bring their mates home and they run all over the place. The terrorist doesn't know that one of these kids has bugged every room in her house, made copies of all her computer files and stolen her address book. The kid works for CHERUB. CHERUB agents are aged between ten and seventeen. They live in the real world, slipping under adult radar and getting information that sends criminals and terrorists to jail. For official purposes, these children do not exist. And now: a new cover look for this number one bestselling series, which was chosen to be part of World Book Night 2014!

Publisher: Hachette Children's Group
ISBN: 9780340881538

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