The Eyeball Collector by F E Higgins

The Eyeball Collector

Written by F E Higgins

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Dark secrets continue as the story begun in The Black Book of Secrets and continued in The Bone Magician moves on in all its Gothic glory. Determined to track down the man who swindled his butterfly collecting father, Hector sets out to find the villain with a glass eye. Out for revenge, he travels from the disgusting city of Urbs Umida to Withypitts Hall, a place full of sinister secrets and deadly deeds. Hector needs all his cunning to survive the evil that surrounds him. Can he do it…?


The Eyeball Collector by F E Higgins

When his butterfly-collector father is swindled to within an inch of his life, a vengeful Hector leaves the city of Urbs Umida in pursuit of a fiendish villain with a glass eye. The trail leads to Withypitts Hall, a forbidding Gothic mansion as warped as its inhabitants and their secret schemes.

About the Author

F E Higgins
F E (Fiona) Higgins is a first time author, who has been described as “a rising star” of children’s literature, and mum of a four-year-old daughter
Before becoming a full-time writer, she trained as a teacher and taught in Primary Schools in London until the year 2000; other jobs including starting a home Internet business followed. Fiona had a number of shorter stories published and produced several full-length books which didn’t get published.
Her first book, “The Black Book of Secrets” has been published to great acclaim and has been nominated for the prestigious Waterstone’s Children’s Book Prize.

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Pan Macmillan

Publication date

5th June 2009




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