Harry and the Wrinklies

When Harry’s sent to live with two elderly aunts in their remote old house, Lagg Hall, he expects life to be BORING. But Aunt Florrie and Aunt Bridget aren’t quite what Harry expects. Why exactly are they so secretive? Aren’t they a bit old to be driving fast cars? And could their sweet old friends really be bank robbers and thieves? A hilarious adventure full of capers, crime – and cake!

“Fast and furious fun” Independent

“Utterly enjoyable” The Sunday Times

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    Alan Temperley won the Prix Chronos (in France) for his best known novel Harry and the Wrinklies.

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