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When Vita’s grandfather’s mansion is taken from him by a powerful real estate tycoon, Vita knows it’s up to her to make things right.

With the help of a pickpocket and her new circus friends, Vita creates the plan: Break into the mansion. Steal back what’s rightfully her grandfather’s. Expose the real estate tycoon for the crook he truly is.

But 1920s Manhattan is ever-changing and full of secrets. It might take more than Vita’s ragtag gang of misfits to outsmart the city that never sleeps.


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Comments on: "The good thieves – Katherine Rundle" (1)

  1. I would recommend: The good thieves by Kathrine Rundle.
    I really liked this book because of all the unexpected twists and turns. Each page that I turned something completely different would happen than what I predicted! This book was so hard to put down.

    The good thieves is about a girl called Vita. Vita and her mother have travelled quite a way to see Vita’s grandfather who is going through a tough time (I’m not giving away any spoilers to whats happening!). Vita decides to take things into her own hands and with her own group of allies they might just be able to get away with it. But, disaster strikes when their plan comes to a road block, will Vita be able to save the thing that her grandfather loves most?!?!

    This book would be good for 10+ just because some younger kids may not be able to understand the words in the book. If younger children got a parent to read this book to them then I can assure you, they will get hooked on the very first page just like I did.

    I have read this book more than 5 times now and I would 100% recommend it for anyone who’s looking for a fun adventure book.


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