Winner of the Braunstone Book Award and the Stockport Book Award.
How can an 8-year-old girl know the details of a murder that happened over 20 years ago?
An unsolved murder, together with a detective who is ready to listen to an eight-year-old girl, make this an eerie and thought provoking read for those who like a ghostly twist at the end.
A well crafted mystery story with a rattling pace.
ISBN: 0 7460 6037 8
When a strange boy turns up at their house, Bug & his sister are drawn into the secrets of Demon’s Rock.
The book’s beginning was like an addiction, you needed more so you read on.
Zachary M Kirby…reviewing for the Lancashire Children’s Book Award.
It's amazing because in every page it's tense and you just can't put the book down. I would recommend it to everyone.
Sruthi, aged 10 from Broadstone
A hideous hairy creature is on the loose and only Max & his sister know its secret.
A lively, well written comedy
Jan Mark TES
What could be worse than starting a new school where your dad is the head-teacher?
Pike finds out when he meets Ryan Foxcroft, a boy with a troubled past. Ryan isn’t always truthful, so Pike finds it hard to believe him when he insists he wasn’t responsible for the fire…
(Educational Printing Services)
Scott and Joss are determined to find a crime story for their school newspaper. After two attempts result in total chaos, they stumble upon a real crime and realise their lives are in danger.
Deadline is such a brilliant book. It’s one of the best books I’ve ever read. 10/10.
Rachel, from Kendal. Age 9
Jason thinks that the e-mail from an alien just has to be a practical joke. But is it a prank or something much more scary?
A gripping plot…thought provoking.
The Westmorland Gazette
e[t]mail is great fun, but also a book which could provoke a discussion on the importance of being aware of the real dangers of the internet.