Daisy Weal and Sir Charles

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She had reached thirteen, and was settling into becoming a teenager. She met Amy, who became her constant companion and friend.
Daisy was teleporting the necessary personnel, equipment and supplies to Moon Base, when she discovered cameras spying on her. Sir Charles Wilberforce Prendergast had discovered Daisy's secrets.
Fearing that her powers might be a danger to his own plans..... More

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About Robert A.V. Jacobs

Born in the Royal Military Hospital in Portsmouth, England in 1938 and attended Titchfield (Hampshire, UK) Primary School and Fareham (Hampshire, UK) Secondary Modern Boys School until 1953.
Joined the Royal Air Force as an Apprentice in 1955 and served 14 years, being discharged in 1968. During that period, in 1962, he met and married Kim, and they are still together after 55 years. After, a short period as a Prison Officer, he entered the Computer Industry with Golden Wonder Ltd and stayed in that profession with various companies until 1991. He then joined an Inner City Medical Practice in Leicester (Leicestershire UK) as Fundholding Manager and Practice Manager until his retirement in 2003. After thirteen years commuting between his home in Sax, a small town near Alicante in Spain, and Leicestershire, he has now, (June 2016) moved permanently back to the UK, and currently lives in Oadby, Leicestershire (UK)..

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Review by: Gma Mary Adkinson on Dec. 15, 2012 :
The third installment of the Daisy Weal series ends in a wonderful surprise, but the suspense for a hopeful reunion in the fourth book still hangs in the air. The cast of characters grows…some you’ll love and others you’ll love to hate. Robert’s imagination is in full swing with this set of stories.
Gma Mary Adkinson, author of Growing Up With Princess Lizzy
(reviewed 13 days after purchase)

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