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Totally gripping. This Carnegie Medal winner will slam through your heart like a speeding bullet. It’s 1941. World War II is in full swing – and Chas McGill is loving it. Well, not the bombs. But the planes are great. And his war souvenir collection is nearly the best in Garmouth. Then Chas finds a crashed Heinkel bomber in the woods. The shiny machine gun is still intact – and the Nazi pilot is still alive. It’s Chas’s chance to capture a German prisoner and fight his very own war…
- A thrilling classic which won the Carnegie Medal
- Now with a bonus short story and author biography
- Dramatic new cover for the book’s 40th anniversary
- “The pace is unrelenting” – Booklist starred review
May 7th, 2015
- 224 pages
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