The Case of the Glasgow Ghoul by Joan Lennon
  

The Case of the Glasgow Ghoul

Written by Joan Lennon
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Part of the Slightly Jones Mystery Series

Synopsis

The Case of the Glasgow Ghoul by Joan Lennon

About the Author

Joan Lennon

Joan Lennon was born in Canada and came to Scotland in 1978. She has had a wide range of jobs from ice-cream sundae constructor to piano teacher to Putzfrau at the Munich Olympics. She has written novels for all age groups and is attempting to break the world record for the largest number of books to include the word "ferret" somewhere in them. She has appeared all over the UK at book festivals, libraries and schools, where she gives talks and leads workshops for readers and writers of all ages. She has been a Hawthornden Fellow, the Jessie Kesson Fellow, a resident at the Chateau de Lavigny, and has received a Creative Scotland Writer’s Bursary. Her most recent book, Silver Skin (BC Books, 2015) was shortlisted for the Scottish Teenage Book Trust Prize 2017. Read a Q&A with the author about Silver Skin here and read a Q&A with the author about Walking Mountain here. She now lives in Fife, a Kingdom which is said to have the shape of a dog's head. If this is true, her house is on the tip of the ear, which explains a lot. Joan has a husband, four tall sons, one short cat, and has decided to go on writing forever.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
160 pages

Author

Joan Lennon
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Author's Website

www.joanlennon.co.uk/

Publisher

Catnip Publishing Ltd

Publication date

1st December 2010

ISBN

9781846471148


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