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Danger in Dead Man's Lane

Danger in Dead Man's Lane

Author: Roger Hurn
Series: Spook Squad
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The Spook Squad have a price on their heads! All the spooks, vampires, zombies, ghouls and ghosts in Otherworld are fed up with the girls outsmarting them. So they've sent a shape shifting bounty hunter to bring Roxy, Emma, Leena and Nita back dead or alive - but preferably dead! The Spook Squad have their work cut out to get the better of this shifty character. Roxy has a weird auntie. Her Auntie Rhee lives on Hangman's Hill in a spooky house called the Old Tower. The Old Tower looks like Dracula gave it a make-over. But Rhee isn't a vampire - she is a banshee. She's trying to protect humans from ghouls, ghosts and long-legged beasties. But she can't do it on her own. That's why she needs the Spook Squad. The Spook Squad are Roxy, Leena, Nita and Emma and their poltergeist, Rattle. These four girls are as bright and sparky as a fire in a fireworks factory. So, on dark and stormy nights, when the vampires are being a pain in the neck and hairy horrors are on the prowl, the Spook Squad goes into action. "Spook Squad" is a series of six reading books for girls ages 7-12 with a reading age of 7-8. Illustrated by Peter Richardson with fantastic black and white line drawings and full of jokes, 'facts' about the Spook Squad, maps of locations, these books are ideal for girls who want a fun read. "This title features adventures that are too scary for boys".

Author description

Roger Hurn is a storyteller and writer of books for children. His previous books for reluctant readers include Tribe and the Mystery Mob Series. A specialist in education, he has taught at all levels, been a consultant adviser to the Home Office and a teacher trainer.

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General Fields

  • : 9781841670744
  • : Ransom Publishing
  • : Ransom Publishing
  • : May 2012
  • : 198mm X 129mm
  • : United Kingdom
  • : September 2012
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : 8+ years
  • : 48
  • : Black and White
  • : Roger Hurn
  • : Paperback