Henderson’s Boys: Eagle Day

Stonking smash-hit action from the series that came before CHERUB! In 1940, Charles Henderson is the last British spy left in occupied France, living on a farm near Calais with four runaway kids cut adrift by the war. He and his young agents are playing a dangerous game: sending information back to Britain about Nazi plans to invade England in September, on “Eagle Day”. The RAF must destroy the Nazi invasion fleet, but Northern France is heavily defended and the camouflaged barges are impossible to target at night. Together, Henderson and his team hatch a daring plan to guide the British bombers to their Nazi targets. Their lives are on the line, and the stakes couldn’t possibly be higher…

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  • The RAF are trying to destroy the Nazi fleet! Henderson is the last spy in occupied territory! Can him and his gang help stop the fleet in time?

    3 March 2011

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    Robert Muchamore

    Robert Muchamore is the author of hit spy series CHERUB and Henderson’s Boys.


    Robert Muchamore has won several awards for the best-selling Cherub series, including the Red House and Salford awards for The Recruit and the Portsmouth Book award for Maximum Security.

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