Tiger Bill and the Crown Jewels

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Young Bill Smith travels to England to save his only relative, his aunt, from a ghost invading her home. He and his friend Jim find not only the ghost but an forgotten secret from the Guy Fawlkes rebellion of 1630. Along the way Jim learns about the ancient Korean martial art of "Kim Chee" and Bill falls in love but finds that not everyone tells the truth.

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Words: 14,020
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458004840
About Gerald Barlow

Originally a SoCal boy, I met a NorCal girl and we headed north way back in 1964. After two kids and Lord knows how many cats and three occupations,(teaching, pottery, graphic design & Signs) here I am. I began writing for my children for Christmas and then an adventure tale or two on their lunch bags. I think there enough manuscripts stacking up for now, so here goes...

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Review by: Zanita Brookes on April 12, 2011 : (no rating)
I am so pleases that this book has finally been published. I know I am biased since the author is my father, but I want everyone to know what an amazing writer he is. Ever since I was little, dad would always read stories to us after dinner and make the chapters come alive. As a teacher, I can't help reading the same way my dad read to me. I want my students to love reading like I do. This book is so special because I was able to share a wonderful trip to London with my dad in 1998. We went to the Tower and saw the Crown Jewels with our own eyes. I love London and all the rich history that is right there at your fingertips. This wonderful story about Tiger Bill is the first of several others. We all love adventure in my family and I love the thought of my dad's characters going places and living in an exciting time in our history. I hope you enjoy this book as much as I did and share it with many others. Thanks for reading Tiger Bill and the Crown Jewels!

Shelly Barlow
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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