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Until she meets up with Corky who has run away from a London orphan asylum The two join forces and are befriended by Alby who owns a canal boat This is fortunate because Dot soon realises they are being followedSet in Liverpool in the 1920s1930s The Cuckoo Child is vintage Katie Fly. Rubbish

Summary The Cuckoo Child

The Cuckoo Child

Uncle the cuckoo in the nest abandoned to these relatives when her parents die She knows she is unwanted but this teaches her independence so when she realises one of the thieves suspects her has no hesitation in leaving her aunt's home to fend for herself She tells no one her secret. What a refreshing read No swear words or sex needed to tell this story of a robbery of jeweller s shop and the conseuences

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When Dot McCann playing relievio with her pals decides to hide in Butcher Rathbone's almost empty dustbin she overhears a conversation which could send one man to prison and the other to the gallows and suddenly finds herself in possession of stolen goods Dot lives with her aunt and. An enjoyable read with an element of being in the right or wrong place and a dose of suspense too Road-map to the Indians Treasure conversation which Green dog trumpet and other stories could send one man to prison and the other to the gallows and suddenly finds herself in possession of stolen goods Dot lives with her aunt and. An enjoyable read with an element of being in the right or wrong place and a dose of suspense too


6 thoughts on “The Cuckoo Child

  1. says:

    An enjoyable read with an element of being in the right or wrong place and a dose of suspense too

  2. says:

    What a refreshing read No swear words or sex needed to tell this story of a robbery of jeweller’s shop and the

  3. says:

    Rubbish

  4. says:

    I like an easy read Not too taxing on the brain and straight into some action No boring introductions Based in 192

  5. says:

    Another nice easy read by this author

  6. says:

    Crap Avoid

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