The Haunting of Nathaniel Wolfe
By Brian Keaney
A chilling mystery set among the winding streets of Victorian London from acclaimed author, Brian Keaney. If you like Philip Pullman's Sally Lockhart novels, or Eleanor Updale's Montmorency, you'll love Nathaniel Wolfe...
It's seven o'clock on a cold, London evening and in a grubby theatre down by the docks, Nathaniel Wolfe watches as his father - the greatest medium in London - takes to the stage. Which of the dead will speak through him tonight?
What Nathaniel doesn't know is that his father is meddling with things he does not understand, things he cannot control. Before the night is over a chilling new world will open for Nathaniel, leading him into a mystery that can only be solved from beyond the grave...
A thrilling story of the supernatural set among the winding streets of Victorian London.
Brian Keaney is a former teacher who now writes full time. His other books include Bitter Fruit and Jacob's Ladder, which have been shortlisted for the South Lanarkshire Children's Book Award. His young adult fantasy trilogy, The Promises of Dr Sigmundus, has received rave reviews, one from Philip Pullman himself!
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02 Jun 2011
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A spine-tingling mystery ... a good tale with plenty of chills — Junior
Victorian London rises from the pages in all its dirt, poverty and inequality. It's a vivid picture, historically accurate and very interesting — The Bookbag