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A reinvention of all your favourite literary monsters, Mel Foster and the Demon Butler is a fresh and exciting tale of Victorian England with more than a few unusual happenings that you won't find in the history books. 

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Bryony Mailer is a bored, 24-year-old history graduate working as a junior day receptionist at the Fetch Brothers Golf Spa Hotel near Arbroath.

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Trollhunters tracks the coming-of-age of Jim Sturgess Jnr., a seemingly ordinary kid with an over-protective father. Jim’s uncle, Jack, was the last child to vanish during a spate of child disappearances in 1969, the last of the "milk carton kids".

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A novel that collides "Firefly" with Brother in the Land in the most satisfying way. Way Down Dark is a gritty, claustrophobic dystopian novel with a heroine worth rooting for.

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Sixteen-year-old Rory’s birthday hasn’t got off to a shining start. A bag of soggy chips and nostalgic memories of an absent dad are unlikely to get anyone into the party spirit. As Rory sits by the pier at the edge of his dead-end town, he encounters a washed up, naked, utterly strange girl.

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A story about circus, family and finding your way, Circus Mirandus is a fun introduction to the joys of a good circus story.

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As a witch hunter, Elizabeth Grey's job is to weed out anyone who is even remotely linked with witchcraft. The brutal laws of the land state that anybody convicted of witchcraft are burned at the stake to protect the good people of Anglia.

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At last! A swashbuckling pirate heroine! Will Mabbitt’s uproariously rambunctious debut novel is a side-splitting, action-packed delight for eight to 12-year-olds. It introduces the fantastically resourceful and spirited Mabel Jones. 

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Ally Kennen is the master of the emotionally literate teen and upper middle grade adventure story. She writes about dark subjects in a touching, sensitive and sometimes very funny way.

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