Ruby Redfort: Take Your Last Breath

Hey, buster! Everyone’s favourite girl detective is back for a second mind-blowing adventure packed with off-the-wall drama, humour and baddie-busting action! This time, it’s a case on the wide open ocean, and Ruby is all at sea. Can she crack the case of the Twinford pirates while evading the clutches of a vile sea monster? All that, and she’s also got to dodge evil aristocrat Count von Viscount! Will tough cookie Ruby pull through against such impossible odds? Well, you wouldn’t want to bet against her…

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  • loved it

    I loved this book and have read the ones before. I was recommended it when I was 9. Although I was 9, I am a advanced reader and im now 10 and read teenage books so this book slotted in well.

    31 May 2014

  • very good

    8 March 2014

  • Another incredible book full with more codes and tension. Also the third book has come out it is called catch your death.

    5 March 2014

  • loved it

    I am truly in love with Ruby Redfort, just the kind of girl I’m like, only she works for spectrum. A wonderful book, again well done Lauren

    4 March 2014

  • liked it

    I liked Ruby who is a secret agent, and some of it was very funny. I found it hard to put the book away once i had started reading.

    9 March 2013

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    Lauren Child

    Lauren Child is the creator of the hugely popular, award-winning Charlie and Lola, Clarice Bean and Ruby Redfort books.

    Awards

    Lauren Child has won the Nestle Smarties prize four times and the Kate Greenaway Prize for I Will Not Ever Eat a Tomato. Lauren has an MBE for Services to Literature, and in 2017 was named the Children’s Laureate 2017-19.

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