Brunt Boggart was nominated for the CILIP Carnegie Medal 2016. It may not have won, but it remains a timeless, classic read.

“Brunt Boggart will inspire future generations of writers.” JOHN GRIFF, BBC Radio

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Growing up in Babylon
Brunt Boggart
Cabinet of Wonders

  • Growing up in Babylon
  • The Cabinet of Wonders
  • Brunt Boggart
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  • The Cabinet of Wonders 1: Philip
  • The Cabinet of Wonders 2: Lisi
  • The Cabinet of Wonders 3: Louey
  • Ernest Simba
  • Strange Encounter
  • A Boy Arrives
  • Byte
  • Star Games
  • Train Ghost
  • The Millennium Stones
  • The Secret
  • Dinosaur Boy
  • Cool World
  • Picadilly Mitzie
  • The Last Garden
  • Miracle Girl
  • Act of Charity
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Growing up in Babylon

Growing up in Babylon
Twins Kay and Kitty face Nurse Morton in a 1950s orphanage. Published March 2017. Details in October but see Newsletter. (No link yet on this image.)

CoW: Louey's Story

The Cabinet of Wonders 3: Louey's Story
Troubled Louey finds inspiration from a girl called Hildegard. Number 3 in series.
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The Cabinet of Wonders

The Cabinet of Wonders TRILOGY
All three books - Philip, Lisi and Louey, boxed, just like Folio, and for less than the combined price.
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Brunt Boggart

Brunt Boggart
A wonderful tapestry of medieval tales, image rich and brilliantly told. Nominated for the 2016 Carnegie Medal.
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Train Ghost

Train Ghost
Emma Chandler wakes up in an empty train carriage with only the strange ghost of a girl for company. An intriguing, mature story with an explosive ending.

Act of Charity

Act of Charity
Tragedy and passion in the extraordinary London Borough of Hackney. An intense and moving human drama for mature, adult readers only.


Book dedications have always intrigued me, but so far I’ve never seen a website dedication. Perhaps this is the first. As it says in The Last Garden, “So special, so loved, so missed.” This little dedication is For Ana.