Oliver Twist Investigates

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Robert Hale, Jan 31, 2012 - Fiction - 222 pages
Who killed Nancy? Did Charles Dickens frame Bill Sykes and if so, why? As an adult, Oliver Twist receives deeply unsettling information written years earlier by Fagin while he was awaiting execution. It convinces Oliver that Dickens did not tell the entire truth about the events leading to Nancy's death. Now Oliver must embark on a complex investigation that takes him into the worst slums of London as he seeks out the whereabouts of some of the most memorable figures from his past – Betsy, Noah Claypole, Mr Bumble, and Charley Bates – not forgetting, of course – the Artful Dodger. Oliver's life is set to change dramatically as he uncovers not only what happened to Nancy, but also the astonishing truth about his own identity...

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Spin off Dickens novel where Oliver Twist, having just come of age, receives from his lawyer a final communication written by Fagin on the eve of his execution years before, in which he exposes a ... Read full review

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G.M Best has written widely on Methodist history and has also penned a musical called Marley's Ghosts, based on the work of Gilbert and Sullivan.

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