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Chamaeleon: The Dragon Key by Lynda Wilcox

Chamaeleon: The Dragon Key

by Lynda Wilcox

"What if the boy they want to kill is me?"

Kel's latest mission should have been easy for the thirteen year old spy — ensure that young Sun Chi becomes the next Emperor of Lasheen. But Sun Chi needs the missing Dragon Key before he can be crowned.

Convinced that the boy's sinister uncle Lord Wei Fei is plotting to seize the throne, Kel sets out to solve the dangerous mystery of the Dragon Key. But with the coronation only a week away, can he do so in time?



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Lynda Wilcox

Lynda Wilcox

Writer of funny whodunits - without sex, gore, or bad language

Lynda's first piece of published writing was a poem in the school magazine. In her twenties she wrote Pantomime scripts for Amateur Dramatic groups and was a founder member of The Facts of Life, a foursome who wrote and performed comedy sketches for radio. Now she concocts fantasy stories for older children (10-13) and writes funny whodunits for adults.

Lynda lives in a small town in England, in an untidy house with four ageing computers and her (equally ageing but very supportive) husband. She enjoys pottering in the garden where she grow...


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