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By Philip Prowse

This can be an Intermediate point tale in a sequence of ELT readers comprising quite a lot of titles - a few unique and a few simplified - from smooth and vintage novels, and designed to entice all age-groups, tastes and cultures. The books are divided into 5 degrees: Starter point, with approximately three hundred uncomplicated phrases; newbie point (600 easy words); trouble-free point (1100); Intermediate point (1600); and top point (2200). many of the titles also are on hand on cassette.

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T h e floor of the room was covered in old newspapers. 'Sit d o w n , ' said Bob S t e e l Peter a n d J o h n sat d o w n a n d were able to look at Bob Steel in t h e light for t h e first time. He was middle-aged a n d quite short. His hair was red a n d he h a d a small, red beard. He was wearing old clothes, b u t h a d a big, n e w gold w a t c h on his wrist. 'I'm Bob Steel,' t h e m a n said. 'If you w a n t information, y o u ' v e c o m e to t h e right p e r s o n . ' ' W e w a n t some information a b o u t a m u r d e r , ' said Peter quietly.

Bob Steel a n d t h e person he was with stopped talking. Peter j u m p e d back a n d tried to h i d e , b u t it was too late. ' T h e r e ' s s o m e o n e t h e r e , ' s h o u t e d Bob Steel, a n d h e a n d the person he was talking to r a n off d o w n t h e street. Peter ran after t h e m . He could see b o t h of t h e m clearly as they r a n a h e a d of him. T h e p e r s o n Bob Steel h a d b e e n talking to looked quite young, a b o u t fifteen or sixteen years old. At t h e e n d of the street, Bob Steel t u r n e d to t h e right, a n d t h e boy he h a d b e e n talking to t u r n e d to t h e left.

N o w tell me t h e t r u t h , ' said Inspector S h a w . 'Tell me why you killed your u n c l e . ' 'I d i d n ' t . ' started J o h n . 'I see,' i n t e r r u p t e d Inspector S h a w . ' Inspector S h a w w e n t o u t of t h e r o o m a n d b a n g e d t h e door. J o h n sat d o w n again, b u t as soon as he did so the door o p e n e d and he was told to stand u p . After a b o u t an h o u r a n o t h e r policeman 44 came in, smiled a n d said hello to J o h n . 'I'm Sergeant Black,' he said.

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