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Introducing P.K. Pinkerton, Master of Disguise
When twelve-year-old P.K. (Pinky) Pinkerton's foster parents are murdered by Whittlin' Walt and his gang of ruthless desperados, Pinky goes on the run. He's forced into hiding with Ma's priceless last possession: the deed to a large amount of land and silver mines in the Nevada Mountains. But relying on disguises will only keep Pinky hidden for so long, and the desperados are quickly closing in . . .
Narrated by the incredibly lively Pinky, this thrilling high-speed chase through the Wild West will keep readers on the edge of their seats until the very last page.
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Lawrence’s framework makes for a curious, clever and very funny kind of unreliable narration. A preternaturally calm and serious narrator tells an exceptionally lively story.Read Full Review of The Case of the Deadly Desper... | See more reviews from NY Times
I seem to say this a lot, but I loved this book! It had me hooked from the first word. It has an exciting plot which leaves you desperate for more.Read Full Review of The Case of the Deadly Desper... | See more reviews from Guardian
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