Sure Fire by Jack Higgins

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The phenomenally successful Jack Higgins teams up with Justin Richards to launch a sure fire best seller for children.

The mother of fourteen-year-old twins Rich and Jade dies in a car crash and they are told they must go and live with their estranged father, who they have never met before. Neither the children nor their father get on, but when Rich and Jade witness him being kidnapped they are drawn into a dangerous crisis that could engulf not just their family but the whole world…


About Jack Higgins

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Jack Higgins is one of the most popular authors alive today. His bestselling titles include The Eagle Has Landed. Justin Richards is the author of The Invisible Detective series. Both live in the United Kingdom.
Published January 1, 2006 by Harper-collins Publishers. 304 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Children's Books. Fiction

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Fifteen-year-old British twins Jade and Rich don’t know what they’re going to do when their mother is killed in a traffic accident.

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The internationally bestselling author of The Eagle Has Landed partners with Richards (the Invisible Detective series) to write this standout YA spy novel.

Nov 12 2007 | Read Full Review of Sure Fire

The Bookbag

Summary: A pacy, well-written thriller, superior to the Alex Rider books, Sure Fire will be appreciated by all action fans of 9 or 10 and over.

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Shortly after moving into Chance’s flat, Rich and Jade discover --- as they predicted --- that Chance isn’t really ready to look after his children and seems quite content being a bachelor.

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