The Street of Knives

The Street of Knives Adam and Jade are approaching seventeen Both have lost fathers and both have found themselves shouldering huge responsibility Adam is running Quadrant Shipping and Trading Company while Jade has succ

Adam and Jade are approaching seventeen Both have lost fathers and both have found themselves shouldering huge responsibility Adam is running Quadrant Shipping and Trading Company, while Jade has successfully taken on her father s moneylending business They have shown themselves capable and bright, but when it comes to working together, their pride takes over, tempers fAdam and Jade are approaching seventeen Both have lost fathers and both have found themselves shouldering huge responsibility Adam is running Quadrant Shipping and Trading Company, while Jade has successfully taken on her father s moneylending business They have shown themselves capable and bright, but when it comes to working together, their pride takes over, tempers flare and neither will budge Then Adam is approached with a lucrative but shadowy proposition Their relationship in tatters, he chooses not to tell Jade and brings them both into terrible danger.

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The Street of Knives

  1. V.A Richardson was born and brought up in the North East of England on the River Tyne near Corbridge in the late 1960s and early 1970s He is married and lives in London with his wife, Janie, daughters Indigo and Zara, and a benign ghost left over from the late Victorian era He also writes novels for Bloomsbury under a pen name, Ben Bo.After leaving school, V.A Richardson studied at Reading University before going to University at Caen in Normandy I got heavily into the art and literature of France I ll never forget my time spent there I returned to London determined to be a designer and illustrator I first made some money by designing a coin holder for 1 coins It sold than a million After that I was able to set myself up designing novelties, diaries, and calendars It was a short step from there to writing and illustrating books In 1995 I had a short story published by Transworld and soon after that Barry Cunningham then editor at Bloomsbury Children s Books picked one of my stories out of the slush pile The slush pile is the name publishers give to all their unsolicited manuscripts the ones people like me send them in the hope of being published I just kept sending in my stories and was lucky Mind you I did illustrate the envelope and so it must have stood out I ve been writing for Bloomsbury ever since.

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