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books: children's fiction; ALFRED KROPP III - THE THIRTEENTH SKULL by Rick Yancey ***.

Byline: by Lorne Jackson

ALFRED is a pint sized Indiana Jones, rattling through ripping yarns involving lost artefacts.

The lad's first adventure involved a thrilling search to find King Arthur's Sword.

Now Alfred's back, and he's looking for a mysterious object called the Thirteenth Skull.

But while Alfred searches, he's also being hunted by a shady organisation...

Although not quite Young Bond or Harry Potter, the antics of master Kropp will appeal to teenagers looking for adrenaline fuelled entertainment.

Alfred isn't quite 'The Great' - but this latest instalment of his adventures prove he isn't far off.

(Bloomsbury Children's Books: pounds 6.99)
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Publication:Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England)
Date:Aug 17, 2008
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