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The war between the Greeks and the city of Troy had been going on for ten years when the boy Asterius slipped outside the city walls and witnessed the murder of Palmedes in the Greek camp. His escape route, a water pipe, was later used by the great Odysseus himself to visit Helen, More...
whose kidnapping by Priamm's younger son Paris has set off the siege of Troy.

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Published May 1970 by Knight Books (first published 1967)
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Henry Treece (22 December 1911 – 10 June 1966) was a British poet and writer, who worked also as a teacher, and editor. He is perhaps best remembered now as a historical novelist, particularly as a children's historical novelist, although he also wrote some adult historical novels.
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