The second in the "Billy Ingham" series sees Billy as a 16 year old in hospital, recovering from a road traffic accident. His mother who abandoned him four years ago is at his bedside and in an attempt to make amends for her absence, she books them a holiday - an all-week ticket to the Whitby Folk Week - hoping to recapture her carefree, hippy youth. Whilst at the festival, Billy's mother is picked up by an ageing musician who runs a morris dance workshop for beginners and Billy is reluctantly enlisted. When Billy sees the girl he'd seen when they first arrived, being pushed around by a sinister-looking man, he ruins their one public performance to follow her. Who is this girl? And who is this man? As he attempts to find out and help her, Billy becomes involved in his most dangerous adventure yet.
Table of Contents
1 Blood on the Tarmac 2 Many Happy Returns 3 Cheek by Jowl 4 When Rugby and Morris Meet 5 A Handkerchief Too Many 6 Follow Your Nose 7 Albania to Albion 8 Bus Rides and Blue Tape 9 Long Shots and Long Snouts 10 It All Comes Out In The Wash 11 Circles and CGIs 12 Mirupafshim and Faleminderit
Peter Arden was born in South Cheshire and now lives and writes in Hull, Yorkshire. He is currently concentrating on The Billy Ingram books. Supergeek is the first of the series.