The Overflowing Library

The Overflowing Library

The Overflowing Library

United Kingdom
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A book blog reviewing YA fiction

  • Source type: Blog
  • On Teads since: 10/10/2011
  • Teads score: 0.595036
  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Language: English

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  • Ranking: General

    (Position on 09/2015)
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    (Position on 09/2015)
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    (Position on 09/2015)

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    Susie Day: crime-fighting teams Let’s Fight Crime - Together! I do like a maverick. Kurt Wallander, Sarah Lund. Jackson Brodie, stumbling about pursued by quotations. Every stoic Dick Francis hero jockey. But deep down, what I really want from my mystery-solving nonsense is pals. A team. A found family; a partnership. What’s Starsky without his Hutch? Julian, Dick and Anne without George and...

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    Why I chose to set V for Violet in post-war early 1960s London The teenage years are a time of massive change, both physically and mentally. It’s all about finding your place in the world and about finding yourself. Violet is a typical teenager and is confronting all the usual struggles and issues with family, friendships, first love and what to do with her life. But what makes things different...

  • The Overflowing Library

    Twelve mysteries. Twelve authors. One challenge: can YOU solve the crimes before the heroes of the stories? These are twelve brand-new short stories from twelve of the best children's crime writers writing today. These creepy, hilarious, brain-boggling, heart-pounding mysteries feature daring, brilliant young detectives, and this anthology is a must for fans of crime fiction and detection,...