Skeletons in the Attic
A Mystery/Adventure Novel
Peter stared at Joe, unable to speak, his neck and jaw muscles paralysed, eyes filling with tears. Joe, alarmed, picked up the diary from where it had fallen and frantically turned the pages...
Peter, recovering from the sudden death of his mother six weeks before, has never known his father, believing him to be dead. His horrible Uncle Len has moved in, and Peter's future is looking bleak.
Then disturbing things start happening. First, a strange man in a sports car is watching the house and asking the neighbours questions. Then someone telephones Peter, claiming to be his father. It's only when Peter and his friend Joe start messing around in the attic that they find something so shocking that it changes Peter's life for ever...
(There are no Naitabals in this book, but the story sets the scene for the fifth Naitabal mystery, Ghost Island.)
"I enjoyed this book very much and would definitely recommend it
"Skeletons in the Attic is a brilliant book." —Chloe Jones, aged 10
Title: Skeletons in the Attic
Book: 1 of 2 non-series adventures
|Habitat:||Found in most British gardens all the year round, sometimes as an unexpected visitor.|
|Nesting:||Mainly in trees, oftern in a tree-house.|
|Feeding:||Eats anything, except what its parents want it to.|
|Song:||Loud (irritating to adults), with its own secret language.|
|Recognition:||You'll know one when you've seen one.|