Brian Keeney

Brian Keaney

cover - The Magical Detectives and the Forbidden Spell
cover - The Magical Detectives
cover - Nathaniel Wolfe and the Bodysnatchers
cover - The Haunting of Nathaniel Wolfe
cover - The Resurrection Fields
cover - The Mendini Canticle
cover - The Gallow Glass
cover - The Cracked Mirror
cover - The Hollow People
cover - Hollow People (US)
cover - Jacob’s Ladder

The Haunting of
Nathaniel Wolfe

 

 

 

 

cover - The Haunting of Nathaniel Wolfe

Up there on the stage beside his father was a shadow, a shape, blurred at first but becoming clearer with every passing moment until finally he was looking at the figure of a woman, dressed in a long white robe. Her eyes were the palest blue and they were fixed directly on him. With every fibre of his being he knew her for what she was: a ghost. Hers was a life that had departed its earthly body but was not yet prepared to release its grip on the world for ever. There was unfinished business she yet had to perform. But why, out of all the millions of individuals on the face of the planet had she chosen him for her haunting?

1862. London. Outside a dingy theatre in the East End of London a line of people waits silently. It is cold enough to chill your bones, but they are not deterred. They have been drawn here by the promise that on this night the dead will speak from beyond the grave.

Twelve year old Nathaniel sits in his place by the door taking their money. For him it is just a job. He does not believe in spirits. But he will soon be forced to change his mind for when the hall is full and the doors are shut Nathaniel’s life will change forever.

Shortlisted for:
THE CALDERDALE CHILDREN’S
BOOK OF THE YEAR AWARD 2009

Orchard ISBN 9781846165207

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