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9780143333333 60ad0b2f3d44cbf9cc07b33d The Secret Of Falcon Heights https://cdn1.storehippo.com/s/607fe93d7eafcac1f2c73ea4/60ad0b303d44cbf9cc07b377/webp/9780143333333-us.jpg Sandeep and his younger brother, Manish, are not looking forward to spending threemonths in the remote, Internetchallenged hill station of Pahadpur, especially under theeagle eye of their militaryminded greataunt. Apart from taking care of their kid sister,Chubs, who has a tendency to wander off on her own, the boys have absolutely nothingto do in the holidays.But there is more to Pahadpur than meets the eye. Sandeep and Manish discover thatthe neighbours next door, at Falcon Heights, are shunned and called 'lepers' by all thetownsfolk. Who is the sullen, mysterious girl who lives there and flies a falcon everymorning? Why do perfectly respectable citizens get up and leave, muttering darkly,every time she enters a shop or cafe? As Sandeep unravels the mystery, two terrible butseemingly plausible stories emerge, only one of which can be true. 9780143333333
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  • ISBN: 9780143333333
  • Author: Ranjit Lal
  • Publisher: Penguin
  • Pages: 248
  • Format: Paperback

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Sandeep and his younger brother, Manish, are not looking forward to spending threemonths in the remote, Internetchallenged hill station of Pahadpur, especially under theeagle eye of their militaryminded greataunt. Apart from taking care of their kid sister,Chubs, who has a tendency to wander off on her own, the boys have absolutely nothingto do in the holidays.But there is more to Pahadpur than meets the eye. Sandeep and Manish discover thatthe neighbours next door, at Falcon Heights, are shunned and called 'lepers' by all thetownsfolk. Who is the sullen, mysterious girl who lives there and flies a falcon everymorning? Why do perfectly respectable citizens get up and leave, muttering darkly,every time she enters a shop or cafe? As Sandeep unravels the mystery, two terrible butseemingly plausible stories emerge, only one of which can be true.

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