The Extraordinary Files: Ghost in the Screen by Paul Blum


The Extraordinary Files: Ghost in the Screen by Paul Blum

This is one in a series of books following Laura and Robert through off-beat, supernatural mysteries that combine an absorbing storyline with text appropriate for struggling readers.

About the Author

Paul Blum teaches in a London School. At the weekend, his research takes him to the beaches and back streets of Brighton in search of werewolves and vampires. He writes about what he has found.

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48 pages
Interest Age: 10-14


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Publication date

1st January 2007



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