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No Stone Unturned
by Brian Keaney (more about Brian Keaney) 1378/670 first published 2000
Horror & Ghosts for ages 8 to 13 published by Barrington Stoke
Mrs Mad's humble opinion
9/10 Very good. I am pleased with this.
What's it about?
A ghost story to tingle the spine!
What happens?
Lisa Foster's husband is a nasty, violent man. Everybody in Brede feels sorry for her, but it is only when Simon arrives in the village that her life looks to be getting better. But the day Lisa walks out on David a terrible chain of events start that will chill you to the core!
Is it easy to read?
Barrington Stoke publish books for older children but with a younger reading age. This one would be really good for readers who want something a little more mature.
Anything else?
Brian Keaney knows how to write a good scary story. He keeps it simple but tense with nothing too over the top which makes it all the more believable. An excellent read.
Who says so?
This review by Mrs Mad.
The publisher reckons...
Lisa Foster likes to go walking on the lonely Cornish cliffs. It's one place she can get away from her violent husband. That's where she meets Simon, a rich, successful author. He talks her into leaving David. But Lisa's husband is the kind of man who will stop at nothing to keep his wife.
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