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Cosima Unfortunate Foils a Fraud

Cosima Unfortunate Foils a Fraud

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Authors: Laura Noakes & Flavia Sorrentino

Historical adventure | Thrillers (Children's / Teenage) | Crime & mystery fiction (Children's / Teenage) | Family & home stories (Children's / Teenage) | Historical fiction (Children's / Teenage) | People & places (Children's / Teenage) | Personal & social issues (Children's / Teenage) | Personal & social issues: family issues (Children's / Teenage) | Personal & social issues: disability & special needs (Children's / Teenage)

Published on 6th June 2024 by HarperCollins Publishers (HarperCollins) in the United Kingdom as part of the 'Cosima Unfortunate' series.

Paperback / softback | 304 pages
198mm x 129mm | 270g

Cosima has finally found her happy ending but unfortunately, trouble isn't far behind. . .

Cosima Unfortunate returns for a new adventure! A warm, funny, exciting and empowering tale of friendship, family and mystery, with joyous and authentic disabled representation, from the author of COSIMA UNFORTUNATE STEALS A STAR.

Cosima lives at the Star Diamond Home for Children with her best friends Diya, Mary and Pearl. Since uncovering a dastardly plot and escaping their cruel captors, life has been one of peace and contentment – and particularly so for Cos. For alongside her friendships, Cos finally has a real family, too – and every day spent with her long-lost father is more magical than the last.

But where Cos goes, adventure is sure to follow – and when a world-famous painting is stolen, Cos’s father is arrested for the crime. Cos and her friends know he has been framed – and they are sure that notorious thief, the Spectre, is responsible.

Cos is determined that she won’t lose her father again – and the girls must use spirit, wit, bravery and ingenuity to solve the crime and bring him safely home…

The perfect read for fans of Katherine Rundell, Tamzin Merchant, Robin Stevens and Anna James

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