The Cold Heart of Summer
When Debbie's father starts renovating a house, Debbie is terrified by sightings of a girl killed there 50 years ago. A chilling ghost story.
What it says on the back of the book
"...the face was screaming. It was an awful, Silent scream"
Debbie knows the stories about Old Man Sexton who haunts the Grange, the big, old house on the hill. But a house can't be evil, can it?
When her father starts working at the Grange, Debbie's feelings tell a different story. Outside the house it is summer, but inside it is bitter, cold winter. Can Debbie make her father listen before it's too late?
"A rising star in children's fiction"
Manchester Evening News
"Alan Gibbons is a terrific writer"
Lindsey Fraser in The Guardian.
|Number of Pages||72 pages|