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  • Author:
    Anthony Horowitz
  • ISBN:
    0756932610
  • ISBN13:
    978-0756932619
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    Perfection Learning (July 8, 2004)
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    Action & Adventure
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THE FALCON'S MALTERSER Philomel Books, Anthony Horowitz. The Falcon's Malteser is a great mystery book to read.

THE FALCON'S MALTERSER Philomel Books, Anthony Horowitz. The plane excelled off the runway, leaving Nick Diamond behind with his dimwitted, detective brother, Tim. Nick should have been on that plane heading to Australia but instead he snuck away, to help his brother with his first case. The life changing adventure begins when a short stranger comes in and drops off a box of chocolates. A few days later, he's dead. This book kept me interested the whole way and didn't reveal itself until the end.

The Diamond Brothers: The Falcon's Malteser is an amazing mystery book with a comedic twist. It starts off with TIm Diamond and his younger brother, Nick dwarf. It starts off with TIm Diamond and his younger brother, Nick dwarf, named Johnny Naples trusts them to take care of a package a box of Maltesers. As odd as it sounds, it sends them into a case about criminal organisations, a criminal The Diamond Brothers: The Falcon's Malteser is an amazing mystery book with a comedic twist.

The Falcon's Malteser is a comic mystery by Anthony Horowitz. The first of The Diamond Brothers series, it was first published in 1986. The title is a spoof of The Maltese Falcon, to which there are various allusions throughout the story. The novel was adapted for the 1988 film Just Ask for Diamond.

A hilarious story about the world's worst detectives by the bestselling author of the Alex Rider series, Anthony Horowitz.

Anthony’s other titles for Walker Books include the Diamond Brothers mysteries; Groosham Grange and its sequel, Return to. .Anthony Horowitz, The Falcon's Malteser. Thank you for reading books on BookFrom.

Anthony’s other titles for Walker Books include the Diamond Brothers mysteries; Groosham Grange and its sequel, Return to Groosham Grange; The Devil and His Boy; Granny; The Switch; and a collection of horror stories, More Bloody Horowitz. Anthony also writes extensively for TV, with programmes including Foyle’s War, Midsomer Murders, Collision and, most recently, Injustice. Although abandoned by both his sons, Anthony Horowitz continues to live in Clerkenwell with his wife, Jill Green, and their dog, Gluey.

Meet the Diamond Brothers, the world's most defective detectives, by the author of the number one bestselling Alex Rider series

Meet the Diamond Brothers, the world's most defective detectives, by the author of the number one bestselling Alex Rider series. When a dwarf comes into the office and leaves a package, Tim Diamond, the world's worst private-detective, is faced with his toughest case yet. The office is ransacked and the package is found to contain simply a box of Maltesers. Who was the dwar. nd why was he murdered shortly after his visit? OZON. ru 822. Похожие книги: The Diamond Brothers in South by South East. Meet the Diamond Brothers, the world's most defective . т 822.

The Falcon's Malteser. Diamond Brothers - 1 ). Anthony Horowitz. From School Library Journal. The diamond brothers mysteries: Public Enemy Number Two. The Falcon’s Malteser. Grade 5-8–Nick Simple's life is anything but simple. His parents have moved to Australia, leaving him in the care of his incompetent older brother who is trying to make a living as a private detective and changes the family name. They are visited by a dwarf who leaves a package with them for safekeeping and later turns up dead. Set in England and filled with a variety of colorful characters, the plot reads like a 1940s . For. Dursley McLinden.

Baker Street Academy: Sherlock and the Disappearing Diamond Mystery.

In 2003, Anthony won the Red House Children’s Book Award (voted for by children) for Skeleton Key. He is also the author of the highly acclaimed Diamond Brothers detective stories, as well as the bestselling The Power of Five books, which were inspired by a simple thought. Baker Street Academy: Sherlock and the Disappearing Diamond Mystery. The Diamond Brothers Pack x 5. gbp prices.

When the vertically-challenged Johnny Naples entrusts Tim Diamond with a package worth over three million pounds, heas making a big mistake. Tim Diamond is the worst detective in the world. Next day, Johnnyas dead, Tim feels the heat, and his smart younger brother, Nick, gets the packageaand every crook in town on his back!

Kefrannan
A gift for a friend's son.
Llbery
Reading this for my 11-year-old grandson, I found it too dependent on allusions that will be lost on anyone in today's generation. But the characters and the plot were good.
Usanner
I purchased this to do research for a book I'm working on. I'm glad I did. Very well written with nice humor.
Hiylchis
I loved the book! It was very suspenseful and I just wanted to keep reading it! I would totally recommend it!
Androrim
Good book
Yalone
I have to admit that I don't usually like mystery books. That all changed when I started reading Anthony Horowitz's mystery books. He writes with tons of detail and his stories always flow great. The Falcon's Malteser is amongst my favorite books and it's a mystery book. I've read many books by Anthony Horowitz and his mystery books, in my opinion, are some of the best books he's ever written. Anthony Horowitz has a lot of talent, period.

Now back to the story. We find the normal, every day society of England in The Falcon's Malteser. Amongst all the teenage boys, there's Nick Diamond. Nick Diamond is a thirteen-year old boy who chose not to go with his parents to Australia, but to stay in England with his brother, Tim Diamond, who is also England's worst private detective. Nick is "lovingly" cared for by his brother Tim; so lovingly that they live in a run-down apartment with no food, no money, and no transportation. Nick sometimes wishes he had gone with his parents, and so would I.

We experience this hurtful adventure through Nick, while Tim is in jail, supposedly for murder. Nick and Tim, one day, randomly get a visit. From a dwarf. The dwarf acts hurried and acts as if he's being followed. The dwarf, named Johnny Naples, pays Tim and Nick five-hundred dollars to watch a box of chocolate maltesers. Nick and Tim ask themselves the same question, "Why?" Well, they will soon find out why with the helpful hints from three murders, and Lauren Bicardi. Nick and Tim learn that the box of chocolate maltesers somehow unlock a safe with five-million dollars in diamonds inside the safe. But where's the safe and how do you open it?

The Falcon's Malteser is a great mystery book to read. This book kept me interested the whole way and didn't reveal itself until the end. Also, because the book's setting is based on England, the society that shapes the character's problems, conflicts, and decisions make it much easier to understand. Anthony Horowitz describes everything perfect, he goes into full depth of all the characters, and describes the conflicts very well. He writes vivid details, which makes it feels like you're right in the book, living what's happening. Anthony Horowitz wrote this novel so good, if he took it any further he would've ruined the book, even though the ending frustrated me a little. You have to read The Falcon's Malteser by Anthony Horowitz. It is a book you will never forget.
Fenrikree
I have to admit that I don't usually like mystery books. That all changed when I started reading Anthony Horowitz's mystery books. He writes with tons of detail and his stories always flow great. The Falcon's Malteser is amongst my favorite books and it's a mystery book. I've read many books by Anthony Horowitz and his mystery books, in my opinion, are some of the best books he's ever written. Anthony Horowitz has a lot of talent, period.

Now back to the story. We find the normal, every day society of England in The Falcon's Malteser. Amongst all the teenage boys, there's Nick Diamond. Nick Diamond is a thirteen-year old boy who chose not to go with his parents to Australia, but to stay in England with his brother, Tim Diamond, who is also England's worst private detective. Nick is "lovingly" cared for by his brother Tim; so lovingly that they live in a run-down apartment with no food, no money, and no transportation. Nick sometimes wishes he had gone with his parents, and so would I.

We experience this hurtful adventure through Nick, while Tim is in jail, supposedly for murder. Nick and Tim, one day, randomly get a visit. From a dwarf. The dwarf acts hurried and acts as if he's being followed. The dwarf, named Johnny Naples, pays Tim and Nick five-hundred dollars to watch a box of chocolate maltesers. Nick and Tim ask themselves the same question, "Why?" Well, they will soon find out why with the helpful hints from three murders, and Lauren Bicardi. Nick and Tim learn that the box of chocolate maltesers somehow unlock a safe with five-million dollars in diamonds inside the safe. But where's the safe and how do you open it?

The Falcon's Malteser is a great mystery book to read. This book kept me interested the whole way and didn't reveal itself until the end. Also, because the book's setting is based on England, the society that shapes the character's problems, conflicts, and decisions make it much easier to understand. Anthony Horowitz describes everything perfect, he goes into full depth of all the characters, and describes the conflicts very well. He writes vivid details, which makes it feels like you're right in the book, living what's happening. Anthony Horowitz wrote this novel so good, if he took it any further he would've ruined the book, even though the ending frustrated me a little. You have to read The Falcon's Malteser by Anthony Horowitz. It is a book you will never forget.
THE FALCON'S MALTERSER Philomel Books,
Anthony Horowitz

The plane excelled off the runway, leaving Nick Diamond behind with his dimwitted, detective brother, Tim. Nick should have been on that plane heading to Australia but instead he snuck away, to help his brother with his first case. The life changing adventure begins when a short stranger comes in and drops off a box of chocolates. A few days later, he's dead. Nick and Tim soon lose control of they're lives as they jump in and out of danger trying to figure out the mystery of the box of chocolates.

Anthony Horowitz does a great job keeping you on the edge of your seat wondering what's around the next corner. He also does a great job capturing the thrilling climax of the book. This book is filled with action, humor and dangers as well as the world of crime in London. You get to solve the case with Nick and live his life in full color. Right when I finished it I wanted more, which is just what Anthony Horowitz does with the next three books in the series. I recommend this fast-paced book to anyone who wants a good read, not just mystery lovers.

By: Trevor P.