The Woman Who Disappeared (Lenny Samuel, #3)

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  • Paperback
  • 57 pages
  • The Woman Who Disappeared (Lenny Samuel, #3)
  • Philip Prowse
  • English
  • 08 November 2017
  • 0435270117

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The Woman Who Disappeared (Lenny Samuel, #3) The simple, ironic detective story will take your attention in West Los Angeles in the office of the private eye Lenny Samuel Once in the door of his office had knocked beautiful blonde woman Helen Garfield, his life became much dangerously Woman wanted to find her sister Elaine Garfield They were twins Elaine disappeared a week ago, sisters had arranged to have dinner together, but Elaine didn t come She didn t answer the telephone She didn t come at work, she lift it suddenly in the middle of the day without telling anyone the day before And of course Helen didn t find sister in her flat, there was no one there when she came Such strange behavior wasn t usual for Elaine, so maybe poor girl was in dangerThis is an Intermediate Level story in a series of ELT readers comprising a wide range of titles some original and some simplified from modern and classic novels, and designed to appeal to all age groups, tastes and cultures The books are divided into five levels Starter Level, with about 300 basic words Beginner Level 600 basic words Elementary Level 1100 Intermediate Level 1600 and Upper Level 2200 Some of the titles are also available on cassette Best Read [ The Woman Who Disappeared (Lenny Samuel, #3) ] By [ Philip Prowse ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “The Woman Who Disappeared (Lenny Samuel, #3)

  1. anon says:

    I read this when I was 10 years old The front cover looked terribly boring but I still read it because you should never judge a book by it s cover Turns out that the book was fabulous In fact, the book was so good th...

  2. Yara M. says:

    i read it when i was 13 years old what i liked about it that it was simple easy to read for a kid that doesnt like to read with a dictionary next to her , kinda funny cuz the writer made him a bit stupid 4 a private eye but the ending was unexpected that she is...

  3. Anderson Oliveira pinto says:

    This is a interesting book in special for who is learning english as a second language The vocabulary used by the author is good and easy to understand.Talking about the story, is about a classic private eye passionate for solve mysteries For solve this mystery Lenny Samuel didn t save effort and confusions.This story contains everything that a good mystery story have to have like a blond and beatiful woman, criminals, action and an old grey Chrysler In the end of the story you can see that This is a interesting book in special for who is learning english as a second language The vocabulary used by the author is good and easy to understand.Talking about the story, is about a classic private eye passionate for solve mysteries For solve this mystery Lenny Samuel didn t save effort and confusions.This story contains everything that a good mystery story have to have lik...

  4. Yassmeen Altaif says:

    It s good book, you can read it quickly and dont want to use dictionary because the world is east If you beginners in English you can read it, it s about some girl is disappeared whta happen with them

  5. farida says:

    well that was the worst thing ever

  6. Noha Basiouny says:

    The so called private detectivethe story is good but actually there re some things that I didn t like about it First of all, the character of the private eye, Lenny Samuel I do believe that one of the things that a private detective should have is smartness and quick thinking Lenny Samuel was not smart at all On the contrary, his mind was a bit limited Plus he had a weak memory When he was caught for Benny Greep s murder and brought to the police station, he could not remember important is The so called private detectivethe story is good but actually there re some things that I didn t like abou...

  7. Hikari says:

    My name s Samuel Lenny Samuel You can call me Len.I was 10 years old when I read this novel for the first time , I am 20 years old and I still remember this phrase , I was fascinated by the novel , I was to excited I even read it before studying it at school , and I ...

  8. Son& says:

    I read it several times I really like it

  9. Hend Ahmed says:

    A funny, simple detective story I didn t have to use the dictionary regularly. Really, it won t be nice to be a private eye if your work is like Samuel s.I liked the idea, the explanation and the simplicity of the story

  10. Bayan Al-Halabi says:

    it s my first experience to read in english , and it was very good, I hope to readphilip prowse stories that have woderful events like this.