CHERUB #4: The Killing

When a small-time crook suddenly has BIG money on his hands, the police want to know where it came from. James’s latest CHERUB mission looks routine: make friends with the bad guy’s children, infiltrate his home and dig up some leads for the cops. But the plot James unravels is much more complex than anyone expected. It seems that the only person who knows the truth is a reclusive teenage boy. There’s just one problem. The boy fell from a rooftop more than a year earlier. Now James is trying to solve a baffling crime whose only witness is dead.

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  • This is amazing, interesting and exciting, you’ll wish it was true! It is awesome!

    3 March 2012

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    Really great book! I’m currently reading this and enjoying it! This is indeed a hard crime to solve as the person who can give them all of the answers is dead!! The plot is great! :) I feel sorry for James though at some points in it, because he is having relationship doubts and troubles! I enjoy seeing Dave again after his Last appearence in ‘CHERUB:Maximum Security’! He never fails to make me laugh. The book is thrilling, funny and will keep you on the edge of your seat at times! :) I wonder what will happen in the end of this book! I want to know how they will solve this crime, but I guess I will just have to read on and find out! :) DEFINITELY RECOMMEND, GREAT BOOK! (Mainly for 10 yrs + though,as it containes relationships,little violence and swearing every now and then~) Overall, Great!

    1 March 2012

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    Robert Muchamore

    Robert Muchamore is the author of hit spy series CHERUB and Henderson’s Boys.

    Awards

    Robert Muchamore has won several awards for the best-selling Cherub series, including the Red House and Salford awards for The Recruit and the Portsmouth Book award for Maximum Security.

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