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Author:
Forest Jones
ISBN13:
978-0595361052
ISBN:
0595361056
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Publisher:
iUniverse, Inc. (June 16, 2005)
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Literature & Fiction
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1874 kb
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4.9
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Forest got his love of reading and writing from his reading teacher mother Betty Jones. He is currently the Director of Administraive Services for Salem City Schools and is an associate professor at Hollins University.

Forest got his love of reading and writing from his reading teacher mother Betty Jones. He also does consulting for educational entities as well.

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Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. The Greatest English Detective Club tells the story of stolen money and gold from an old exhibit hall which holds the history of diving and local shipwrecks, and ultimately how a young brother and sister solve it. For Phil Marsden, an eleven year old boy, his one and only mission is to solve mysteries like his mum who is both a history professor at Southampton University and a psychic who helps the Weymouth, England police on certain cases.

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by Forest Issac Jones. ISBN13: 9780595361052. Release Date: June 2005. Select Format: Paperback. Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated.

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The Greatest English Detective Club #1 tells the story of stolen money and gold from an old exhibit hall which holds the history of diving and local shipwrecks, and ultimately how a young brother and sister solve it. For Phil Marsden, an eleven year old boy, his one and only mission is to solve mysteries like his mum who is both a history professor at Southampton University and a psychic who helps the Weymouth, England police on certain cases. For Kate Marsden, a ten year old girl, she desperately wants to keep up with her brother, not only to help him solve mysteries, but also to follow in her mum's footsteps.
  • The Greatest English Detective Club is an unusual concept - a very British children’s novel by an American author with obvious passion for England and its characters.
    This is a whodunnit for children, with a tangled mystery that requires solving by the gang of boys and girls who star as main characters, evoking obvious similarities with classic Enid Blyton.
    The comparisons would be lazy though - although based in Weymouth, England, the lives of the characters reflect the likely experiences of the young readers at which it is targeted.
    Here, the grown ups are not painted as perfect, the impact of their day to day decisions and actions are reflected in the personalities of their offspring. These characters are not Queens English public schoolchildren but of the more realistic variety from different backgrounds, ethnicities and family set-ups.
    The author, Forest Issac Jones, works in the US education system, and his knowledge of the quirks of young people shines through his storytelling.
    He only falters through his enthusiasm for British sayings and expressions, which are sometimes geographically displaced and often old fashioned.
    I doubt many people say ‘aye’ in Dorset or ‘crikey’ in general but the story is clearly aimed at the US market - there is even a glossary of terms to explain some of the English sayings.
    This is a well thought out mystery with plenty of twists and turns. Imbued with pleasing characterisation and aimed at older children, it keeps you guessing until the end.
    The Greatest English Detective Club is available via Amazon in both printed and e-book format. The author has a Facebook page and welcomes feedback and questions via Twitter @DrForestIssac
    ( as published lancasterguardian.co.uk September 2014)

  • I was told about this book by a friend of the author and I got it for my children and they finished it in ONE day! The book is set in England and the kids loved that it was in a place that they had never been before. They also loved the fast paced action and the cliffhangers at the end of every chapter! My friend told me that Mr. Jones is a teacher and I have to say if no.2 is as good as this first one. He is well on his way to quitting his day job! Kudos to you Mr. Jones and please continue writing for children and especially our minority kids!