The House Of One Hundred Clocks by A.M. Howell

Publication Date: 6 February 2020 The Blurb June, 1905. Helena and her parrot, Orbit, are off to Cambridge when her father is appointed clock-winder to one of the wealthiest men in England. There is only one rule: the clocks must never stop. But Helena discovers the house of one hundred clocks holds many mysteries; a … Continue reading The House Of One Hundred Clocks by A.M. Howell

The Longest Night Of Charlie Noon by Christopher Edge

Cover illustration by Matt Saunders Trying to review this book without giving away any spoilers is as complicated as the mystery Charlie, Dizzy and Johnny find themselves trapped in - thanks Christopher – but I will do my very best... Charlie has moved to the country and isn’t all that happy about it. London had … Continue reading The Longest Night Of Charlie Noon by Christopher Edge

Time Of Blood by Robin Jarvis

Publication Date: 27th July 2017 We're back in Whitby for the third instalment of The Witching Legacy. Lil is discarded on the beach having fallen through time following her last battle with Mr Dark. The Aufwaders, who saw her arrival and find Lil near dead, take her to the only person they trust; Whitby Witch, … Continue reading Time Of Blood by Robin Jarvis

The Night Spinner by Abi Elphinstone

The final (and best) book in the Dreamsnatcher trilogy, we meet Moll and Griff back in Tanglefern, as with the help of the Elders, they look for clues to find the final Amulet, knowing it won't be long before the last two Shadowmasks being hunting for them. With the Old Magic struggling to break through … Continue reading The Night Spinner by Abi Elphinstone

Black Cats and Butlers by Janine Beacham

Black Cats and Butlers by Janine Beacham Publication date: 9th March 2017 Rose Raventhorpe loves exploring the Skittleways of her beloved Yorke, with her butler, Argyle, who teaches her about the feline guardians of the city. On a morning walk on her 12th birthday, with her best friend, Emily, Rose notices that some of the … Continue reading Black Cats and Butlers by Janine Beacham

Strange Star by Emma Carroll

Felix is desperate to serve the guests upstairs so he can listen to the ghost stories they share, but the honour goes to the housekeepers daughter, until she can bear them no longer. But when he gets his chance, Lord Byron has finished his tale and Mrs Shelley is out of stories. But this night … Continue reading Strange Star by Emma Carroll

Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock

It was just a normal journey home when Maya takes a photo of the shop window display from the bus, when she realises that the couple she spots through the view finder aren't having an ordinary argument. They look as though they want to kill each other, and the man has a gun. When a … Continue reading Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock