Meg's Secret by Nancy Lou Deane

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%Dartmoor in Devon is England’s last southern wilderness. Covering 365 sq miles of boggy marshland, forests and ancient craggy Tors, it is famous for its treacherous mists and ghostly legends.
Elly Johnson’s father has bought Moor House – a mysterious granite building in the middle of Dartmoor. Unable to go to school until September, Elly wanders over the moor with her dog Finn. One day she finds a lost kitten and goes into the forbidden woods to find its owner. There she meets Meg and her cat Percy. That’s when strange things begin to happen.
Is Meg a witch? Is Percy a magical cat? Does Elly get the horse she’s always wanted?
Find out in Meg’s Secret, a mysterious and spooky adventure story for youngsters aged 9-12.

About Nancy Lou Deane

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Nancy Lou Deane has travelled widely, living in Australia, UK and Trinidad. Writing adventure stories for children began when she lived on Dartmoor in Devon UK and she became fascinated by the moor's legendary ghosts and spooks. Currently she is living in Hampshire in UK and writing every day is the life she now enjoys. Her third book, Gold Fever, (ages 9-13) is set in Australia and continues her theme of spirits and strange happenings. Her other books are: Terror at Ullick Farm and Island of Spirits. Meg's Secret, out soon, will hopefully satisfy those who have asked to know more about Percy from Terror at Ullick Farm. Nancy Lou Deane can be contacted via her website:
Published September 22, 2011 by AuthorHouse. 148 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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