Danger Mouse: Declassified

Danger Mouse: Declassified

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Crumbs! Danger Mouse's most sensitive, scintillating and secret operations have been revealed for the first time in this top-secret dossier. Kept under lock and key at MI5 (or is it MI6? One of the Mouse Intelligence agencies, anyway...) for over 35 years, finally discover how DM saves London, the world and, most importantly, Penfold in fantastically absurd adventures.

Be shocked and surprised, amazed and astounded by stories including the audacious theft of a chunk of ozone; the planned sabotage of the Royal wedding; and a sinister attempt by Jeremy Beagle to take over the airwaves.

Cor blimey!
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Product details

  • Hardback | 128 pages
  • 134 x 186 x 15mm | 304g
  • Virgin Books
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0753545225
  • 9780753545225
  • 571,396

About Sir Arthur Stuyvesant Quinn-Flossy IV (Bart.)

Bruno Vincent has written many humour books, including the Sunday Times bestselling Do Ants Have Arseholes? and Do Bats Have Bollocks? (Sphere), coauthored with Jon Butler. His other titles have included The Secret Diary of Mario Balotelli (Sphere), Learn to Speak Mafia (Boxtree) and the Charles Dickens/Zombie mash-up A Christmas Carol II: CONTAGION (John Blake). He has also written several books for children, including two comedy gothic horror stories, Grisly Tales from Tumblewater and School for Villains (both Macmillan). He often visits schools to give storytelling workshops.
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