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by Roderic Jeffries
Author: Roderic Jeffries
Publisher: Hodder Children's Books (May 1, 1977)
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An Inspector Alvarez Mystery.
An Inspector Alvarez Mystery. Inspector Alvarez is rudely awakened from his afternoon siesta by a phone call reporting the death of one Senor Picare. So he is not inclined to become too concerned when Bevis Ogden, a wealthy British man, reports the disappearance of his attractive young wife, Sabrina. No doubt she has found a younger, possibly wealthier, alternative and left for greener pastures.
Start by marking The Boy Who Knew Too Much as Want to Read . Published 1979 by Puffin Books (first published January 1st 1977)
Start by marking The Boy Who Knew Too Much as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Published 1979 by Puffin Books (first published January 1st 1977). Roderic Jeffries was born in London in 1926 and was educated at Harrow View House Preparatory School and the Department of Navigation, University of Southampton. In 1943 he joined the New Zealand Shipping Company as an apprentice and sailed to Australia and New Zealand, but later transferred to the aka Peter Alding, Jeffrey Ashford, Roderic Graeme, Graham Hastings. Son of Graham Montague Jeffries.
Roderic Jeffries was born in London in 1926 and was educated at Harrow View House Preparatory School and the Department of Navigation, University of Southampton.
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RODERIC JEFFRIES was born in London in 1926 and was educated at Southampton's School of Navigation. In 1943 he went to sea with the New Zealand Shipping Company and returned to England in 1949 where he was subsequently called to the Bar. He practiced law for a brief period before starting to write full time. His books have been published in many different countries and have been adapted for film, television, and radio.
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For a debut novel, "The Boy Who Knew Too Much" is extraordinary. Having recently read all the books in the Young Bond series, I found all the references Westhoff makes to Bond quite fun as it feels like a book written with the Bond fan community in mind. It moves at a brisk pace, it's got a great teenage character at its helm (and great female foil), and a twisty plot.
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My goal in writing The Boy Who Knew Too Much was to combine the cinematic elements of Hitchcock and the literary elements of Bond . Things made more sense for Brian, too. Silver had been correct about being tailed
My goal in writing The Boy Who Knew Too Much was to combine the cinematic elements of Hitchcock and the literary elements of Bond (not to mention a heavy dose of Treasure Island ) to create a nonstop spy story aimed at young readers and anyone who remembers the thrill of being a young reader. Silver had been correct about being tailed. Skyrm and the other man were in the yellow Deux Cheveaux, and when Brian escaped, the other man followed him to the bus station and then to Cannes.