Author(s): Andy Croft
During the Nazi occupation of Ukraine, a match was set up between Dynamo Kiev's players and a German side. Kiev won. Again, and again. Until the half-starved players faced an international-calibre German side, under the threat of execution if they didn't let the occupiers win...
Exciting reads for struggling and reluctant readers, combining age-appropriate stories with a manageable length and reading age Short chapters and page-turning plots hold interest Inventive, inclusive and with a range of strands covering sports, real life, horror and crime and adventure, Wired offers something for everyone Written by a range of established and up and coming authors who specialise in writing for reluctant readers There is currently a very limited amount of really good publishing available for this readership. Wired aims to fill this gap
Andy Croft has written over forty non-fiction books (mostly about football) and four novels for teenagers. He has also written nine books of poetry and edited many poetry anthologies. Death Match is his first title for A & C Black.