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eBook Bug Muldoon and the Killer in the Rain ePub

by Paul Shipton

  • ISBN: 019275470X
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  • Author: Paul Shipton
  • Publisher: Oxford Childrens Books (June 30, 2005)
  • ePub book: 1581 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1441 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6
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Paul Shipton is a god-send to parents looking for intelligent yet entertaining books to read to their children. mystery, "WHO IS THE KILLER IN THE RAIN?". With loads of locations like the cellar and Dixie the slugs bar this is an amazing book not to be missed.

Paul Shipton is a god-send to parents looking for intelligent yet entertaining books to read to their children. The book tackles some very big issues but never once comes across as proslytising, po-faced or annoying. My seven year old son loves Bug Muldoon and it has proved to be a key weapon in persuading him that books can provide entertainment and adventure every bit as rewarding as Nintendo Wii (yes, I know). Paul Shipton has managed to make a mountain out of a molehill which for a change is excellent.

In this sequel to 'Bug Muldoon', about a beetle detective told in a Raymond Chandler-type narrative, Bug's latest case is to find out who the killer in the rain is. .Shipton NAILS the noir voice and the story is compelling as hell

In this sequel to 'Bug Muldoon', about a beetle detective told in a Raymond Chandler-type narrative, Bug's latest case is to find out who the killer in the rain is - and this means a treacherous trip to the House, where the Humans live. No insect in their right mind would go there - except Bug. Get A Copy. Shipton NAILS the noir voice and the story is compelling as hell. I first read this as a child and then again as an adult, and it works on both levels - there's noir-related stuff that you'll only pick up on as an adult but the narrative is strong enough for children to be able to read it as a straightforward adventure. It's a wee bit scary right enough.

Paul Shipton (born 1963) is an English children's author. Bug Muldoon and the Killer in the Rain (1998) (winner of the Austrian Children's Book of the year). The Man Who Was Hate (2000)

Paul Shipton (born 1963) is an English children's author. He was born in Manchester and attended Emmanuel College, Cambridge and Manchester University. After completing two master's degrees (in Classics and Philosophy), he taught English in Istanbul for a year. The Man Who Was Hate (2000). The Pig Scrolls (2002).

A sequel to the popular book, 'Bug Muldoon', about a beetle detective told in a Raymond Chandler-type narrative

A sequel to the popular book, 'Bug Muldoon', about a beetle detective told in a Raymond Chandler-type narrative. Bug's latest case is to find out who the killer in the rain is - and this means a treacherous trip to the House, where the Humans live. Humorous detective story with a twist that will appeal to boy readers who are into comics and young detective stories (and insects!!). US film interest in first 'Bug Muldoon' story. Second in series, with a third story to come

Published June 7, 2001 by Oxford University Press. There's no description for this book yet.

Bug Muldoon and the Killer in the Rain. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Bug Muldoon and the Killer in the Rain from your list? Bug Muldoon and the Killer in the Rain. Published June 7, 2001 by Oxford University Press.

In this sequel to 'Bug Muldoon', about a beetle detective told in a Raymond Chandler-type narrative, Bug's latest case is to find out who the killer in the rain is - and this means a treacherous . Place of Publication.

In this sequel to 'Bug Muldoon', about a beetle detective told in a Raymond Chandler-type narrative, Bug's latest case is to find out who the killer in the rain is - and this means a treacherous trip to the House, where the Humans live. Product Identifiers.

Bug's latest case is to find out who the killer in the rain is - and this means a treacherous trip to the House, where the Humans live

Bug's latest case is to find out who the killer in the rain is - and this means a treacherous trip to the House, where the Humans live. Second in series, with a third story to come. Being reissued in mass market format with a new cover.

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ISBN 9780433084570 (978-0-433-08457-0) Softcover, Rigby Educational Publishers, 2007. Coauthors & Alternates.