The Highland Falcon Thief: Adventures on Trains

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Feiwel & Friends
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5.6 X 8.3 X 1.1 inches | 0.75 pounds

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About the Author

M. G. Leonard is the award-winning, bestselling author of the Beetle Boy books and co-author of The Adventures on Trains series. She works as a freelance Digital Media Producer for clients such as the National Theatre, and Harry Potter West End. She lives in Brighton with her husband and two sons, all of whom are crazy about trains.

Sam Sedgman is a novelist, playwright, award-winning digital producer, and co-author of the Adventures on Trains series. He works as a digital project manager for the National Theatre, where he also hosts and co-produces their podcast. He grew up with a railway line at the bottom of his garden and has been fascinated by trains ever since.


Praise for The Highland Falcon Thief

"M. G. Leonard and Sam Sedgman bring the classic mystery on a train bang up to date with a carriage-load of wit and suspense." --Ross Welford, author of Time Travelling With a Hamster

"A thrill-ride of a mystery, guaranteed to be one of the most fun, atmospheric page turners of 2020." --Lauren St. John, author of Kat Wolfe Investigates

"A runaway romp of a read." --Piers Torday, author of The Lost Magician

"A fabulous fast-paced ride, packed with clues, illustrations and intrigue." --Bookseller

Praise for Beetle Boy

"Debut novelist Leonard gives readers a rare glimpse into the world of insects, mixing adventure, mystery, and science to create a story that's much more than just a novel about bugs. Even the most squeamish will be charmed." --Publishers Weekly, starred review

"Leonard unravels the madcap plot in sporadic bursts of frenzied action and humor. Overall, a charming and (at times) affecting romp through beetle land." --Kirkus Reviews

"Fans of madcap adventures and anthropomorphised sidekicks will enjoy this fast-paced series opener." --Booklist

"Engaging . . . The story moves quickly, and the characters are both wacky and entertaining." --School Library Journal

"If I didn't already devote most of my waking hours to beetles, reading this book would make me want to . . ." --Max Barclay, Coleoptera Collections Manager, Natural History Museum, London