‘The Rory Branagan books are fun, fast, and child friendly. The perfect link between picture books and full length novels. If your children like books like The Diary of a Wimpy kid, they'll love these.' Adam Baron, author of Boy Underwater
‘A pure page turner … So good I bought it at lunch and had it finished before I went to bed. Every page is packed with comedy adventure and beautiful illustrations.' Joseph, aged 11
'I loved the book, it was great. It took me one day to read because I couldn't put it down.' G, aged 9
'This was a very funny book and I would advise children who love to laugh to read this book, so they can introduce it to other people they know. It was a very good book and I'm looking forward to reading the sequel.' Reader, aged 9
'A very good book. It's very inspirational and shows you to keep trying and don't let anyone put you down. You can be whatever you want to be so follow your dreams. Even if you're small, you can do big things!' Reader, aged 9
‘Words and illustrations are both very funny and surprisingly touching … A great new series for young readers.’ LoveReading4Kids
‘A totally addictive page-turning storyline … Incredibly clever.’ The Bookbag
Meet Rory Branagan: nine-year-old boy, younger brother, dog walker, boggle champion and ACTUALLY a detective, in this hilarious and moving new comedy-crime series for all 8+ readers.
(This ebook is optimised for Kindle tablets and the Kindle App. It is not suitable for e-Ink kindle devices, such as the PaperWhite. We recommend you download a sample to your device before purchase if in doubt.)
Hello. I am Rory Branagan. I am actually a detective.
People always say, ‘How do you become a detective?’
And I say, ‘Ahhhh… you don’t just FIND YOURSELF suddenly sneaking up on baddies, or diving out of the way as they shoot, or hurtling from an open plane towards the ground! You have to want it.’
And what made ME want it? I needed to find out what
happened to my dad…
There are seven books in the RORY BRANGAN (DETECTIVE) series and this is the first, in which you meet Rory and his accomplice Cassady as they investigate the poisoning of Rory’s next door neighbour. Rory’s adventures are all highly illustrated so you can see everything he gets up to in glorious black and white.