The Devil and His Boy by Anthony Horowitz

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Tom Falconer is in trouble. Pursued by the notorious criminal Ratsey, Tom soon finds himself alone and hungry on the streets of London. Luckily enough, the mysterious Dr. Mobius soon recruits Tom to play an important role in a play to be performed in front of Queen Elizabeth. Tom knows there’s something not right about Mobius, but he’s willing to take a risk in order to keep his neck out of Ratsey’s murderous hands. Little does Tom realize that Mobius’s dark secret will trap him in the middle of an international conspiracy, holding the fate of the English empire in his hands.

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Anthony Horowitz ( lives in London.
Published January 11, 2007 by Puffin. 200 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Travel, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, History. Fiction

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Many of the people in the story did exist – Moll Cutpurse was a famous thief and Gamaliel Ratsey – the son of Irish nobility – was the most famous highwayman of his day.

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