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    Athena Press Publishing Company, Paperback, 2005

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Tommy, No!

Book Description
Already gone wrong! It's for me to put right now. Trust me. My mind is a computer. All it needs is to be plugged in. . .' Things certainly go wrong around the Knapp family, but is it simply the fault of young Tommy and his weird interaction with computers? His gypsy friend, Joe, is found dead in a wood, and the police don't seem to care - especially DI Morris. Then there's a drowning, a suicide an... More
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PublisherAthena Press Publishing Co.
Reading LevelAges 4-8
# of Pages176
Publication Date03/22/2005
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About Gavin Murtagh (Author) : Gavin Murtagh is a published author of children's books. A published credit of Gavin Murtagh is Tommy, No!.
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