The third and final adventure for this plucky young heroine who has an unfortunate habit of getting kidhapped. Lively new covers and inside illustrations with freshly designed text.
With only one day’s notice, Dimanche is required to produce the Diller Deed and title for inspection, or lose everything! But Dimanche isn’t too worried, because she knows the deed is safe in Rockford Bank. Or is it? Unfortunately someone has stolen it and with only hours to go until the midnight deadline, Dimanche fears she will be unable to get it back in time. With the help of her ex-kidnapper, and now best-friend Wolfie T Volfango, Dimanche is guided to a tiny island. There she is tied to a rock by a mysterious tall thin man. Plucky Dimanche manages to escape and she reaches home just in time to present the deed, pursued in a fury by her captor, who turns out to be none other than the husband of the evil Valpurga Vilemile. Dimanche Diller saves the day once again.
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When the title deed to Dimanche's home and fortune is stolen, Dimanche must go to sea to find the one person who can help her. But there is something following her… a new enemy, the ruthless Professor Verdigris who has his own plans for taking over Hilton Hall. Can Dimanche outwit him and save her home, her fortune… and her life? A third roller-coaster adventure, fizzing with fear and fun, that will appeal to all fans of Smarties prize-winning 'Dimanche Diller' and ' Dimanche Diller in Danger'
"In her third adventure, Dimanche Diller shows unassuming courage and common sense as she is swept along in a fast moving, water adventure".
"…another gripping story."
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Henrietta Branford was born in India and lived with her husband Paul Carter and three children in Southampton. Her books are all based on people she knew. As well as winning the Smarties Prize for Dimanche Diller, she won The Guardian Fiction Award for her longer novel Fire, Bed and Bone [Walker]. Her other books include the picture book Little Pig Figwort ], Ruby Red, Spacebaby, Spacebaby and the Megavolt Monster [all Collins], The Fated Sky [Walker]. Henrietta Branford died of breast cancer on April 23rd, 1999. The Branford Boase award for a first novel is in memory of Henrietta and her editor at Walker, Wendy Boase who both died in the same year.
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Book Description Collins, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0007141661