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Mudlark 1st edition signed by author

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Mudlark by John Sedden. 1st edition signed by the author. Published by Puffin 2005. Paperback in very good condition.
The story of two boys living in Portsmouth at the time of the First World War. Jimmy and Reg have no fathers, and help eke out their mothers' paltry wages by mudlarking - scavenging for coins in the black mud of Portsmouth harbour. When they find a skull in the mud, they unleash a chain of events which ends in the boys uncovering a terrible secret of murder. Seven women have been killed - is it Jack the Ripper again? For some reason the authorities are covering up the murders and the boys are arrested and then drafted into the army to stop them talking. Jimmy has been suspecting the king - he's always visiting the troops when the women are murdered, but the truth turns out to be just as shocking.

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Added value:
1st edition signed by the author
Author(s):
Sedden J
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
19x12x1.5cm
Edition:
1st edition
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0141318686
ISBN-13:
9780141318684
Number of pages:
244
Publisher:
Puffin
Title:
Mudlark

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Mudlark by John Sedden. 1st edition signed by the author. Published by Puffin 2005. Paperback in very good condition.
The story of two boys living in Portsmouth at the time of the First World War. Jimmy and Reg have no fathers, and help eke out their mothers' paltry wages by mudlarking - scavenging for coins in the black mud of Portsmouth harbour. When they find a skull in the mud, they unleash a chain of events which ends in the boys uncovering a terrible secret of murder. Seven women have been killed - is it Jack the Ripper again? For some reason the authorities are covering up the murders and the boys are arrested and then drafted into the army to stop them talking. Jimmy has been suspecting the king - he's always visiting the troops when the women are murdered, but the truth turns out to be just as shocking.

Added value:
1st edition signed by the author
Author(s):
Sedden J
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
19x12x1.5cm
Edition:
1st edition
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0141318686
ISBN-13:
9780141318684
Number of pages:
244
Publisher:
Puffin
Title:
Mudlark

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