Mystery of the Night Watchers
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Mystery of the Night Watchers

9781474991063

By (author) A.M. Howell
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From the award-winning author of The Garden of Lost Secrets and The House of One Hundred Clocks, A.M. Howell, comes a gripping new adventure filled with buried secrets and dark lies, set against the evocative backdrop of the Edwardian era.

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Dimensions: 19.8 x 14.1 x 2.3 cm

Book Type: Paperback / softback

Pages: 352

Publishing Date: 20210708

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From the bestselling author of The Garden of Lost Secrets and The House of One Hundred Clocks, A.M. Howell, comes a gripping new adventure filled with buried secrets and dark lies, set against the evocative backdrop of the Edwardian era.

MAY, 1910

As the blazing Halley's comet draws close to the earth, Nancy is uprooted to start a new life in Suffolk with a grandfather she has never met. With every curtain drawn shut, Nancy is forbidden from leaving her grandfather's house: no one must know that her or her mother are there.

Yet, when Nancy discovers the house's secret observatory, she watches her mother and grandfather creep out every night... Where are they going? And why mustn't any of them be seen? As the mysteries pile up, Nancy must bring dark secrets from the past to light - even if doing so will put her own life at risk.

Praise for A.M. Howell

WINNER OF THE MAL PEET CHILDREN'S AWARD

WINNER OF THE EAST ANGLIAN BOOK OF THE YEAR
A SUNDAY TIMES CHILDREN'S BOOK OF THE WEEK

"Gripping plot as well as authentic historical detail." The Daily Mail

"Fans of Emma Carroll will adore this historical tale of derring-do and righted wrongs." The Times

"Atmospheric, full of period detail, and most importantly, thrilling." The i

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