A Battle for Gang Supremacy in Humbridge City is On in Caines’ Book

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“Stealin’ An’ Theivin’ Rascals”is a gripping tale that follows the battle of gangs to become the city police’s ‘most wanted’

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An interesting tale awaits readers as author Francesca Caines presents her delightfully stimulating book that explores the complicated criminal’s playground in Humbridge City where gangs battle it out to become the most wanted criminal gang. Which gang will win? Readers can find out through pages of Stealin’ An’ Theivin’ Rascals.

It’s the 18th century and crime is high, but Humbridge is never prepared for what is to come. In this book, readers will follow the Stealin’ an’ Thievin’ Rascals, a new fusion of two iniquitous criminal gangs, after their escape from prison. They carefully cover their tracks as they chisel an underground tunnel to the basement of Humbridge’s nunnery where they outline their plans to get rich and disappear. Now, Humbridge police will have to follow their instincts to catch these cunning criminals. But which team will win in this clash, the police or the criminals?

Suspenseful, exciting, adventurous, and well illustrated, Stealin’ An’ Theivin’ Rascals is an engaging read that will surely stir readers’ imagination from beginning to end.

This book will be featured at the 2012 London Book Fair in London, England, on April 16-18, 2012.

For more information on this book, interested parties may log on to http://www.XlibrisPublishing.co.uk.

About the Author
Francesca Zoe Caines has always enjoyed storytelling through different performance styles, in which she has embedded within her writing style. Previous training at the Birmingham Theatre School and studying Drama Studies at De Montfort University has opened a new way of creating stories that merge reality with the imagination. She has always had a passion for writing and especially for the enjoyment of her readers.

Stealin’ An’ Theivin’ Rascals * by Francesca Caines
Publication Date: June 27, 2011
Picture Book; £15.99; 38 pages; 978-1-4628-9592-2

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For more information, contact Xlibris at +0800-644-6988 or on the web at http://www.XlibrisPublishing.co.uk.

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