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Young Bond: Blodfeber (Norwegian hardcover edition)

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Unge Bond Blodfeber
Release for the Norwegian hardback version of BLOOD FEVER translated into BLODFEBER which is author Charlie Higson's second book in the Young Bond series. The book is published by Aschehoug.

File Note: Strictly Confidential - Authorised Personnel Only. Subject: James Bond. Description: Age 13. Dark hair; blue eyes; tall for age; surprisingly strong; fluent French; good German. Essential components: A Mediterranean mystery.

One kidnapped girl - feisty, blond, superfit Amy Goodenough, sister of James's best friend Mark. One villainous pirate -Zoltan the Magyar. Mysterious Latin--peaking men lurking near Eton. One fast car.

Translated by: Heidi Grinde
Publisher: Aschehoug
Format: Hardcover
Language: Norwegian
Published: 2007
Number of pages: 399
Edition: 1
Weight in gram: 475
ISBN-10: 8203247814
ISBN-13: 9788203247811

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We encourage a visit Charlie Higson's official website for info about the great author's work.

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