Diamond Brothers: The Blurred Man

Lenny Smile has been run over by a steamroller. He used to run a children’s charity called Dream Time, financed by millionaire Joe Carter. Now Carter wants to know what happened to Lenny Smile… and to his missing money. Unfortunately, he’s hired the Diamond Brothers – the world’s worst private detectives – to solve the mystery! Just how much can they botch the job?

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  • Lenny Smile is not who he seems to be! very good

    6 March 2014

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    30 November 2013

  • This is fun adventures story liked it a lot.

    8 March 2013

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    Joe Carter comes to Diamond inc. looking for a man who doesn’t exist! He has recieved a photo of that person but that photo is blurred

    5 March 2013

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    Book: The Blurred Man

    Author: Anthony Horowitz

    Publisher: Walker Books

    I loved this book. It’s one of the Diamond Brothers Mysteries, so I knew it would be funny as soon as I saw it in the library! And it was! My cousin kept on staring at me weirdly while I was reading the book because I was laughing so much!

    This book is basically about 2 brothers. Tim, a hopeless private detective, and his really clever brother, Nick. A really rich man comes to them because one of his great friends, that’s he’s never seen or talked to face to face, had had a tragic accident, just before they were going to meet. (He was run over by a steamroller). The rich guy thinks it’s more than an accident-he suspects a murder, and Tim and Nick go on the case to find out who the killer was.

    This was a great book, but it was kind of short, but I’ll still give it a 5/5, and recommend it to anyone who wants a quick and funny read!

    1 March 2012

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    Anthony Horowitz

    It’s 15 years since the first awesome Alex Rider adventure and they’re still the real deal, loved by millions worldwide.


    Anthony’s awards include the Booksellers Association/Nielsen Author of the Year Award 2007, the Children’s Book of the Year for Ark Angel and the Red House Children’s Book Awards for Skeleton Key. In 2013 he was awarded an OBE for services to literature.

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