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The Time Pirate A Nick Mciver Time Adventure (Hardcover)

Author:  Ted Bell
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Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 0312578105
ISBN-13: 9780312578107
Sku: 211880798
Publish Date: 4/13/2010
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8.5H x 5.75L x 1.75T
Pages:  464
Age Range:  14 to 18
 
The thrilling sequel to the New York Times best-seller Nick of Time, in which young Nick McIver must prove his courage once more, this time on two fronts: in 1940s England, where Nazis have invaded his homeland, and in America during the Revolution, where Nick stands shoulder to shoulder with General George Washington. *Author: Bell, Ted *Series Title: Nick McIver Time Adventures *Publication Date: 2010/04/13 *Number of Pages: 454 *Binding Type: Hardcover *Grade Level: 7-9 *Language: English *Depth: 1.75 *Width: 5.75 *Height: 8.50
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When his sister gets kidnapped by a temporally challenging pirate, Nick McIver fearlessly jumps into his next adventure. In England, the Nazis have invaded but Nick can't stick around too long. Soon he's off for America during the Revolutionary War, meeting up with General George Washington, and then to the Caribbean where he will face a seriously tough enemy. TIME PIRATE keeps the action coming, following on the heels of Ted Bell's popular NICK OF TIME.
Author Bio
Ted Bell
Ted Bell is the author of the bestselling series of thrillers featuring counterspy Alexander Hawke. A native of Florida, Bell began writing short stories while in elementary school. "When, later, I discovered writers like Hemingway and F. Scott Fitzgerald, the romantic ideal of the writer's life appealed to me," he told one interviewer. Thus, upon graduating from Randolph-Macon College in Virginia, he sailed for Europe, intending to write his first novel while living in France and Italy. "Unlike Scott Fitzgerald, I was not an overnight success," he confided. Needing to earn a living, he embarked on a career in advertising. He was soon the youngest vice president in the history of the New York-based agency Doyle Dane Bernbach, and in 1991 he became the worldwide creative director of the advertising powerhouse Young & Rubicam. In 2001, after winning a long string of the ad industry's highest honors, he retired to pursue his long-held ambition to publish a novel. Two years later HAWKE--which introduced his popular protagonist, a dashing former naval officer and presidential confidant--was published. In addition to his novels of espionage, Bell, inspired by his love of such classics as TREASURE ISLAND, has written a series of adventure tales for young readers. Confounding the expectations of those who consider him merely a writer of potboilers, he has been a writer-in-residence at Cambridge University as well as a visiting scholar at the school's Department of Political and International Relations.
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