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  • ISBN 0143004034
  • ISBN13 978-0143004035
  • Language English
  • Author David Mcrobbie
  • Publisher Penguin Australia (July 28, 2009)
  • Formats lrf docx lrf lit
  • Category No category
  • Size ePub 1426 kb
  • Size Fb2 1733 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
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A Good Arriving book. A thriller set in the harsh 1830's by bestselling author David McRobbie.

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I'm in it good and proper, worse than sweeping out the tallest, muckiest chimney.

David McRobbie has been writing busily for most of his adult life - radio and TV. A Good Arriving - e-book. A thriller for teenagers, set in 1830s England, then on a sea voyage to Australia.

David McRobbie has been writing busily for most of his adult life - radio and TV scripts, school reading books and now, e-books, like the one you’ve just read. For the last twenty-five years, as a full-time writer living and working in Australia, David has published over thirty paperback novels and short story collections for children and teenagers. He has also written three television series, and radio plays. David McRobbie has also writte. en Things You Didn’t Know About Ghosts - It is a wintry Scottish night in 1937. A Whole Lot of Wayne - e-book.

Good Arriving, A Paperback – July 28, 2009. by David Mcrobbie (Author).

Good Arriving, A. by David McRobbie. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780143004035.

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David McRobbie is the author of many best-selling books for children and young adults, and many of his stories have been adapted for television, including the very funny Wayne series, Eugénie Sandler PI, and Fergus McPhail. Since 1990, he has published more than thirty titles. The thriller, See How They Run, published by Penguin in 1994, was also adapted by the BBC/ABC as a gripping television series. His young adult novel, Tyro, was shortlisted for the 2000 Children's Book Council of Australia Book of the Year Award for Older Readers.

David Hewitt McRobbie is an Australian writer of television, radio and children's literature. McRobbie was born in Glasgow, Scotland in 1934. In 1958 he moved to Australia and worked as a teacher in the 1960s in Papua New Guinea. He is currently a full-time writer but has previously worked as a television and radio producer, a ship's engineer, and a college lecturer. McRobbie's first published work was in 1976 with a collection of stories, entitled Talking Tree and Other Stories.

A thriller set in the harsh 1830's by bestselling author David McRobbie.

Publisher Description. I'm in it good and proper, worse than sweeping out the tallest, muckiest chimney. But I learnt there are two sorts of kindness. One of them's nice to look at for a time, but it's rotten inside. The other one's true and honest, like the kind Helen gives. Chimney sweep Ben escapes from a tyrannical boss, but his brave new life turns nasty and dangerous. Helen wants nothing more than to stay on the family farm in rural England.