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The Ghosts of Givenham Keep


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The Ghosts of Givenham Keep by Robert Swindells

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Six thrilling tales of mystery and adventure from Carnegie Medal-winning author Robert Swindells. Jillo, Titch, Shaz, Mickey and Raider the dog are the five members of the Outfit a gang of quick-witted, brave children who find themselves in plenty of adventures and solve many mysteries in this gripping series. In 'The Ghosts of Givenham Keep' the Outfit hear that somebody has moved into haunted old Givenham Keep, and whoever it is has a vicious dog and barbed wire everywhere. Then Mickey meets Vic, a frightened runaway boy who warns the Outfit to keep away from Givenham Keep. The house and its new owner mean danger. AGES: 7+ AUTHOR: Robert Swindells is a popular Carnegie Medal-winning author, who has also twice won the prestigious Children's Book Award for his page-turning, powerful novels for children and teenagers. Illustrated ALL TITLES IN THE OUTFIT SERIES: 9781782700531 The Secret of Weeping Wood 9781782700548 We Didn't Mean To, Honest! 9781782700555 Kidnap at Denton Farm 9781782700562 Ghosts of Givenham Keep 9781782700579 Peril in the Mist 9781782700586 The Strange Tale of Ragger Bill

Author Biography

Robert Swindells left school at the age of fifteen and joined the Royal Air Force at seventeen-and-a-half. After his discharge from the RAF he worked at a variety of jobs, then trained and worked as a teacher before becoming a full-time writer. Robert lives with his wife, Brenda, on the Yorkshire moors. He has written many books for young people, and won a number of awards including the prestigious Carnegie Medal, and multiple wins of the Red House Children's Book Award.
Release date NZ
October 1st, 2014
Illustrated by Leo Hartas
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Award Publications Ltd
Interest Age
From 7 years
Reading Age
From 7 years
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