Shakespeare's Spy (Google eBook)

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Penguin, Apr 21, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 288 pages
33 Reviews
Things are disappearing mysteriously from Will Shakespeare's acting company, and it looks like an inside job. Everyone's eyes are on Widge, the orphan boy turned actor, and former thief. Widge knows better than anyone that Shakespeare's plays must be protected at all costs. In order to prove his innocence and clear his name, Widge must learn a new role: spy. But can he dig through the suspects and skulduggery and catch the true culprit?


  

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User Review  - HeatherKvale - LibraryThing

This was a read-a-loud to introduce Shakespeare to my children. They enjoyed it, I was not crazy bout it as a read-a-loud, but it would be enjoyed as an easy read independently. Read full review

Review: Shakespeare's Spy (The Shakespeare Stealer #3)

User Review  - Skylar Finn - Goodreads

Actual Rating: 2.5 stars I have really mixed feelings about this book. There were things I loved about it and things that made me kinda hate it. Here are my feelings in the form of lists ;) : 1. I ... Read full review

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About the author (2005)

Gary L. Blackwood sold his first story when he was nineteen, and has been writing and publishing stories, articles, plays, novels, and nonfiction books regularly ever since. His stage plays have won awards and been produced in university and regional theatre. Nonfiction subjects he's covered include biography, history, and paranormal phenomena. His juvenile novels, which include WILD TIMOTHY, THE DYING SUN, and THE SHAKESPEARE STEALER, are set in a wide range of times and places, from Elizabethan England to a parallel universe. Several have received special recognition and been translated into other languages. He and his wife and kids live outside Carthage, MO.

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