deal with a trip to the FBI Academy in the US, and with solving a cold case for her new FBI course instructor.
Travis’ boss, DCS James Langton, also has his own nemesis to face. Helped by an FBI Swat team, he finally puts the criminal out of action, but it comes at a very high price.
Back in Britain, Travis and Langton team up to take on a different kind of career criminal... La Plante is already a writer of screen successes like Widows and Prime Suspect and a perpetual author at the top of the best-seller lists. With Wrongful Death, she once again shows off her engaging style. beautiful gold ring, which has been stolen by a crow.
Donaldson’s sequel is in poem form, with the same lively attention to language and rhymes that made Lear’s original such a hit.
Fans of the Lear classic will also enjoy references to the ‘runcible spoon’, a nonsense word Lear famously coined for the 19th-century poem.
With pretty illustrations from Charlotte Voake and a delightfully rhymed tale that children will love when read out loud,