9780571286812

Atticus Claw Settles a Score

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  • ISBN13:

    9780571286812

  • ISBN10:

    057128681X

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 8/9/2016
  • Publisher: Faber & Faber

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Summary

Atticus Grammatticus Cattypus Claw, the world's greatest REFORMED cat burglar is back.

This time, the tabby with talent is on the right side of the law. And when Jimmy Magpie and his gang are busted out of jail by a mysterious villain and an evil cat called Ginger Biscuit, Atticus knows from bitter experience he's going to need all his skill and courage to catch them. Can Atticus overcome his murky past with the help of the Cheddar family in order to prevent the biggest crime in history AND settle a score of his own?

Author Biography

Jennifer Gray has been writing children's comedy for a couple of years. A former lawyer, she knows how to spot a cat burglar when she sees one, especially when he's a large tabby with a chewed ear and a handkerchief round his neck that says Atticus Claw. Jennifer's other books for children include Guinea Pigs On Line, co-written with Amanda Swift and published by Quercus. Jennifer lives in London and Scotland with her husband and four children, and of course Henry, a friendly but enigmatic cat.

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