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Title: COGHEART
By: Peter Bunzl, Rachael Beresford
Format: CD-Audio

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ISBN 10: 151004812X
ISBN 13: 9781510048126
Publisher: W F HOWES LTD
Pub. date: 16 September, 2016
Pages: 7
Description: When thirteen-year-old Lily's inventor father vanishes on a routine Zeppelin flight, Lily's determined to find out the truth behind his disappearance.
Synopsis: When thirteen-year-old Lily's inventor father vanishes on a routine Zeppelin flight, Lily's determined to find out the truth behind his disappearance. But she's not the only one searching for her father; there are silver-eyed men in the shadows who will stop at nothing to find him. With Robert, the local clockmaker's son, Lily travels to London, where they soon discover that she holds the key to the mystery...a mystery closer to Lily's heart than she could have ever imagined.
Publication: UK
Imprint: Whole Story Audio Books
Prizes: Shortlisted for Waterstones Children's Book Prize: Younger Fiction 2017.
Returns: Non-returnable
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