For Scott and Stacy Wilkins, and their cousin Danny Walker and his dog Max, the prospect of a week’s camping holiday by a secluded lake in the middle of the Yorkshire Dales was excitement enough – before adding to the mix a secret underground tunnel, a gang of nasty crooks and a missing US pop superstar!
An ‘old skool’ adventure story from the pen of Lex Fraser – part of the Skull and Crossbones collection (adventure, mystery and spooky stories aimed at readers aged between 9 and 14) from Strawberry Towers Publishing.
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About the Author
About the Author: In Civvy Street, Lex Fraser is a partner in a small recruitment company, but writes to keep the chaps with the oversize butterfly nets from the front door. Surely, the recruitment industry cannot be so terrible? Oh, yes – and far worse than the normal, everyday Joe could ever imagine! However, having to deal day to day with endless recruitment torment is simply grist to the mill for a writer of fiction! Lex, along with his teacher wife and two crazy children, live in a rather plain red-brick house nestling in the middle of the Aire Valley, ten miles west of the city of Leeds. The facade may be plain, but if you listen to Lex and his family, you will come to the very sudden conclusion that nothing at all is plain about Fraser Towers! Be it the ghostly knocking on the walls, bodiless footsteps across the kitchen floor, cries from the cellar and, the scariest of them all, the ghost of the crooked old man pleading to escape from an upstairs bedroom! Absolutely Location, Location, Location for Lex and his keyboard – but please spare a thought for his poor, longsuffering family!
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