Dido Twite is back in London, where the street life is gutsy and original, and only someone with as much wit and skill for improvisation as Dido can hope to escape the terrible plots of the evil Margrave of Nordmarck. By the author of "The Wolves of Willoughby Chase".
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"Joan Aiken is a marvel" (Philip Pullman Guardian)
"A writer of wild humour and unrestrained imagination" ( Oxford Companion to Children's Literature)
"Rumbustious . . . The reader is entranced by Joan Aiken's language and imagination, grotesque characters, picturesque settings and hilarity" ( Writeaway.org.uk)
One of the classic `Willoughby Chase' series originally published in 1986 and now re-issued with a stunning new cover
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Book Description Red Fox, 1992. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0099888505