Latchkeys: The Bootleg War

Latchkeys: The Bootleg War

by Paul Kupperberg, Kris Katzen
     
 
When the Latchkeys travel back to 1920s New York and discover they're in an Irish speakeasy that will someday become Mercy and Marguerite's parents' restaurant, they're thrilled. But the initial fun fades as they're confronted with feuding Irish brothers, dirty cops, dirtier Prohibition agents, and a wily Splinter that doesn't want to be found. Plus they need to make

Overview

When the Latchkeys travel back to 1920s New York and discover they're in an Irish speakeasy that will someday become Mercy and Marguerite's parents' restaurant, they're thrilled. But the initial fun fades as they're confronted with feuding Irish brothers, dirty cops, dirtier Prohibition agents, and a wily Splinter that doesn't want to be found. Plus they need to make sure they don't damage the bar in the past, lest they change the twins' future!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014798891
Publisher:
Crazy 8 Press
Publication date:
06/14/2012
Series:
Latchkeys , #4
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
632 KB
Age Range:
9 - 12 Years

Meet the Author

Paul Kupperberg is the author of the mystery novel The Same Old Story and the short story anthologies Two Tales of Atlantis and In My Shorts (published by Buffalo Avenue Books and available on Amazon.com). He writes the 2011 Eisner Award-nominated and bestselling Life With Archie: The Married Life Magazine, and has written numerous short stories, essays, articles and more than two dozen books of fiction and nonfiction, as well as over 800 comics for DC, Marvel, Archie, Bongo, and others, including Superman, Green Lantern, Captain America, Spider-Man, the Archie gang, Scooby Doo, Bart Simpson, and his own creations, Checkmate!, Arion Lord of Atlantis, and Takion. Follow Paul at www.PaulKupperberg.com.

Kris Katzen has been a writer ever since composing that first novel—all of seven handwritten pages!!—at age seven. The doting parent of a swarm of felines and an avid fan of both cinema and theater, Kris worked backstage at theaters doing various jobs up to and including Stage Manager. Having lived in Germany, Kris is bilingual and has worked as a translator of German to English. Writing credits include “Kaboom, Ka-bye” for Seattle 2072, a Shadowrun sourcebook from Catalyst Game Labs, and “Deadly Hauntings” for Story Portals. Writing as Rigel Ailur, credits include “Brigadoon” for Strange New Worlds 10, a Star Trek anthology from Pocket Books; and “Azencer” for Daily Science Fiction. For information on Kris’s original fiction, please visit https://bluetrixbooks.wordpress.com/bibliography/ for a complete bibliography.

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