Scorched Earth (novel)

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Henderson's Boys: Scorched Earth
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Author Robert Muchamore
Language English
Series Henderson's Boys
Genre Children's, Thriller, Spy novel
Published 2013 (Hodder)
Media type Print (paperback)
ISBN ISBN 978-1-444-90233-4
Preceded by One Shot Kill

Henderson's Boys: Scorched Earth is the seventh and final book in the Henderson's Boys book series by English author Robert Muchamore. It is set in June 1944, during the final days of the Nazi occupation of France. It and continues the stories of major characters such as Marc Kilgour, Charles Henderson, Paul Clarke and his sister Rosie Clarke. It was published in February 2013.

Plot[edit]

Large sections of the French population are in rebellion and the Nazis are at their most brutal.[1] Henderson and his team embark on a mission to sabotage German supply lines but are soon redirected to stop the 108th Heavy Tank Battalion from reaching the D-Day landings. Their orders are to complete this task at any cost. Near the end of the book, Rosie Clarke is killed.[1]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Muchamore, Robert (September 30, 2010). "YouTube - Henderson's Boys - Grey Wolves & Beyond". YouTube. Retrieved 5 October 2010.