Lyme Hall combines the gothic feel of a classic ghost story with the mystery of a modern Agatha Christie for children. A book that collects you up from the very first page and transports you along with an effortless ease to deliver you at the last word feeling both thrilled by the journey and fulfilled by the final destination.
Rose is happy with her life: an expensive house in the city, loving parents and a best friend she can trust. She wants for nothing and lives life to the full. Then, without warning, her perfect world is torn in two. Forced to move to a country house she hates with a father she no longer understands, Rose is lost and alone. And when she begins to hear things that aren't there, see things that can't be real, her father doesn't want to know; all he cares about are the deer that are disappearing from the estate. Maybe, just maybe, if she can solve the mysteries herself, she can finally make him listen...
An award winning short story author, Stuart Webb has written for a number of magazines, including a monthly column for Book and Magazine Collector. Through his articles for BMC, Stuart helped a number of up-and-coming authors to realise their dreams. Now, he's decided it's time to chase his own. Stuart lives in Cheshire with his wife and daughter.