Alphonse and the Stonehenge Mystery
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The famous stones of Stonehenge are being stolen to order, pulled from the ground like giant teeth; but who is behind the thefts? And why do they want the stones? Alphonse le Flic, eminent detective, is called in to investigate. With the help of ace reporter Mole McGrath, Alphonse pursues the notorious sausage dog, Wolfgang the Pink Baron, and the ne'er-do-well badger, Nick Gristle, along country lanes and through the skies above.
Brilliantly illustrated throughout with the author's ingenious and highly distinctive watercolours, the book portrays a lost world that draws heavily for its imagery on the author's childhood in the 1920s and 1930s.
- 32 pages
- Published in 2011
Size: Approx. 208 mm (w) x 286 mm (h)
Author: Jim Smith
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