• Anthony Horowitz Wickedly Funny 10 Books Box Set

Anthony Horowitz Wickedly Funny 10 Books Box Set

  • Publisher: Walker Books
  • Product Code: BWS-034
  • Collection ISBN: 9781406366242
  • Individual ISBNs:
  • Author(s): Anthony Horo
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Titles in the Set

 

  1. The Switch,
  2. Return to Groosham Grange
  3. Groosham Grange,
  4. Granny,
  5. The Devil and his Boy,
  6. The French Confection,
  7. The Blurred Man,
  8. South by South east,
  9. Public enemy Number two,
  10. The Falcon's Malters

Description

 

The French Confection

The hard-up Diamond Brothers win a weekend for two in Paris, but as soon as they arrive, they find themselves in danger. There's a nasty smell in the air and it's not the cheese. If Nick and Tim aren't careful, their dream holiday could end up being a nightmare from which they'll never wake up.

 

The Blurred Man

 

Lenny Smile has been run over by a steamroller. He used to run a children's charity called Dream Time, financed by millionaire Joe Carter. Now Carter wants to know what happened to Smile... and to his money. Unfortunately, he's hired the Diamond Brothers - the world's worst private detectives - to solve the mystery!

 

The in Public Enemy Number Two

 

Wisecracking young Nick Diamond finds himself sharing a prison cell with Johnny Powers, Public Enemy No 1. His only chance of rescuing the situation is to nail master criminal, the Fence. But first, Nick has to get out of jail.

 

The  The Falcon's Malteser

 

When a dwarf comes into the office and leaves a package, Tim Diamond, the world's worst private dick, is faced with his toughest case yet. The office is ransacked and the package is found to contain simply a box of Maltesers. Who was the dwarf and why was he murdered shortly after his visit?

 

South by South East

 

Tim is broke. So when a mysterious stranger offers him a wad of money for his overcoat, it seems like a stroke of good fortune. But there are worse things than being broke. Being shot, for one – which is what happens to the stranger, and could soon be the fate of the Diamond Brothers…

 

Granny

 

Anthony Horowitz, creator of the bestselling Alex Rider series has written a wickedly funny story, with hilarious illustrations by Tony Ross. Twelve-year-old Joe has an unbelievably evil Granny. Not only is Granny physically repulsive and horribly mean, but she also has the look in her eye of a predatory crocodile. Soon Joe starts to suspect that she has unpleasant designs on him. But what are they and how can he foil them?

 

The Switch

 

When a dwarf comes into the office and leaves a package, Tim Diamond, the world's worst private dick, is faced with his toughest case yet. The office is ransacked and the package is found to contain simply a box of Maltesers. Who was the dwarf and why was he murdered shortly after his visit?

 

The Devil and His Boy

 

London is dirty, distant and dangerous ... but that's where orphan Tom Falconer is heading. And he's got a whole assortment of vicious criminals hot on his heels. Tom is helpless and alone until he meets Moll Cutpurse, a thirteen-year-old pickpocket. Together they find themselves chased across the city by the murderous Ratsey. But it's only on the first night of a new play - The Devil and his Boy - that Tom realizes that the fate of the Queen and indeed the entire country rests in his hands.

 

Groosham Grange

 

When a dwarf comes into the office and leaves a package, Tim Diamond, the world's worst private dick, is faced with his toughest case yet. The office is ransacked and the package is found to contain simply a box of Maltesers. Who was the dwarf and why was he murdered shortly after his visit?

 

Return to Groosham Grange

 

n the wickedly funny sequel to Groosham Grange by bestselling author Anthony Horowitz, someone is trying to destroy David Eliot's school. A year ago, he'd have been happy to see the end of Groosham Grange and its ghoulish teachers. Now, he's on course to win the Unholy Grail, a cup of magical power presented to the star pupil. But a series of suspicious mishaps sees the gap between David and new boy Vincent King narrow alarmingly. Someone, it seems, is trying to stop David winning - and, worse, threatening Groosham Grange itself!

 

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