Bristol Murder: Intermediate Level (Macmillian Readers) by Philip Prowse

By Philip Prowse

This can be an Intermediate point tale in a chain of ELT readers comprising a variety of titles - a few unique and a few simplified - from glossy and vintage novels, and designed to attract all age-groups, tastes and cultures. The books are divided into 5 degrees: Starter point, with approximately three hundred simple phrases; newbie point (600 simple words); basic point (1100); Intermediate point (1600); and top point (2200). the various titles also are on hand on cassette.

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Bob Steel shook his head. ' 'Well, I do,' said Peter. 'I think the person who paid you money to get John arrested was the murderer. Now, tell me the name of the person who paid you. ' 48 Bob Steel looked up. 'You don't understand, mister,' he said. 'I don't tell people things. I sell information. ' Peter raised his hand angrily to hit Bob Steel. 'Don't hit me,' Bob Steel shouted. ' Peter lowered his hand and smiled. 'You would sell your own mother if you could,' he said. 'All right, I'll pay you.

His head and right shoulder hurt badly. Then he heard the motorbike starting. With difficulty, Peter got up and went to the door. Bob Steel and Tommy Logan were both on the motorbike and they were driving away fast down the street. 'I'm not going to lose them again,' said Peter aloud. He forgot about the pain in his shoulder and ran as fast as he could to his lorry. In a moment he was chasing after the motorbike in his lorry. The motorbike turned right at the end of the street and went down the hill towards the river.

Bob Steel, 12 River Street. ' Number twelve River Street was a small, low house which hadn't been painted for a long time. The windows were dirty and the curtains were drawn. The house looked empty. Peter knocked at the door. There was no answer. Peter knocked again. 'I'm coming,' shouted a voice. After a couple of minutes, the door opened a few centimetres. ' a voice asked. 'We want to talk to Bob Steel,' Peter replied. ' asked the voice. 'We want some information,' answered Peter. 'Come in then,' the voice said.

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