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Dark of the moon

Dark of the moon

Pearson, Maggie, 1941-

A werewolf Hal could cope with. But a ghost appearing in your bedroom in the middle of the night is a different matter altogether. Ghosts tend to be people with unfinished business. Only Hal has the power to put things right

Paperback, Book. English. Children's stories. Ghost stories.
Published London: Hodder Children's, 2001
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Statement of responsibility: Maggie Pearson
ISBN: 0340796618, 9780340796610
Intended audience: Juvenile.
Note: Originally published: 1998.
Physical Description: 242p. ; 20 cm.
Series: Hodder silver series

Author note

Maggie Pearson has worked as a librarian, barmaid, au pair and freelance journalist, but mostly as a mother. Her first novel, OWL LIGHT, was a WH Smith Mind Boggling Book. Now that her three sons are grown up, Maggie writes full time. 'Owl Light' was shortlisted for the WHSmith Mind Boggling Books Award.

Reviews

DARK OF THE MOON

'Maggie Pearson is rapidly becoming one of our finest writers of fantasy; this sequel to OWL LIGHT . . . (is) powerfully realised, and Hal himself is a most sympathetic hero.'

SCHOOL LIBRARIAN||

OWL LIGHT

' . . . a marvellous novel full of action, mystery and wonderful characters . . .'

THE SCOTSMAN||

OWL LIGHT

'On no account miss this fast-paced, literate comedy thriller.'

JAN MARK, CAROUSEL