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Hell and High Water
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Serious thrills from the author of Carnegie winner Buffalo Soldier! Think fitting in can be tough today? Try being the outsider 350 years ago. Life in Devon, 1752, is no seaside holiday for Caleb. (Think lies, intrigue and murder.) And it sooo doesn’t help being the only black kid in town. Caleb’s father is his rock, standing between him and a racist world. So when his dad is framed for theft and exiled to the Colonies, Caleb has to clear his name. Who stitched his dad up? Why does his long-lost aunt faint at the sight of him? Whose is the body washed up on the nearby beach? Caleb has lots of questions. But only one answer: he’s in terrible danger…
- The latest fantastic historical novel by Tanya Landman
- Tanya’s books include Buffalo Soldier and Apache
- She has won the Carnegie Medal and Red House Book Award
- “Heart-stoppingly good… passionate storytelling” – New Statesman
This book contains mature content.
May 5th, 2016
AR book level: 5.7; Middle years plus; 11.0 points
- 320 pages
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