Psychics, psychos and sidekicks . . . who says death has to be dull?
Fifteen-year-old Lucy has been stuck in the men's loo ever since she was murdered there six months ago. No one has been able to see or hear her - until Jeremy. Just her luck that he's a seriously uncool geography teacher-type! But Jeremy is determined to help Lucy. He finds out how she can leave her toilet 'home' - albeit only temporarily - and meet other teenage ghosts, including the gorgeous Ryan. Jeremy is also determined to help her find her killer so she can find peace at last . . .
Tamsyn Murray spent her childhood moving around a lot, from Truro in Cornwall to a village called Norham in Northumberland (which is probably as far from Cornwall as it's possible to get and still be in England) and then on to the Lake District. At eighteen she left home to go to university in London and has been a Londoner ever since. When she's not working or writing, she can be found singing and dancing with her local amateur dramatics society. Her first novel, MY SO-CALLED AFTERLIFE was highly commended by Booktrust Teenage Prize 2010 for its contribution to contemporary writing for teenagers. Follow Tamsyn at www.tamsynmurray.co.uk or on Twitter: @TamsynTweetie