An insulting fax message sends Aitch on a date halfway round the world to win a bet - but the plunges her, Tas and Freebie into a terrifying adventure to save illegal immigrants to Australia...
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Gosh - written 20 years ago! The first in a series of three. The others are Never Trust a Friend and People can be Animals. The idea grew from the spread of fax machines, and their influence on modern (back then!) communications.About the Author:
Colin Pearce is the author of more than ten published children's works; most of them are adventure stories. They've been called 'Blytonesque'. He's not sure if that's a compliment of an insult :).
He has also started publishing his books via Kindle. The first is Alice - a young adult romance about first love between a teacher and student. Who says it always has to be sleazy!
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