About the Book:Nowhere to go. Impossible to stay.
The last remaining residents of Moorland Chalet Park are about to lose their homes to the sea. Twenty-year-old Lizzie Juniper can’t understand why they choose to stay in such a dangerous place. However, in the unseasonably sunny run-up to Bonfire Night, she makes some startling discoveries. It seems her entanglement with the local ‘lord of the manor’ is not the only secret lurking in Moorland Castle—the Booth family’s ancestral home.
The desperate chalet owners are up to something. Will they have time to enact their plan before their way of life is gone forever?
About the Author:
Ruth Estevez lives in Manchester where she works as Project Coordinator for The Portico Sadie Massey Awards for Young Readers and Writers, based at The Portico Library. Ruth is also a writer of fiction, with place, identity and voice being at the forefront of her work. Born in Yorkshire, her novels are frequently set here and landscape as well as character are what stand out. A believer that we should be heard as well as seen, she feels voice, in her case, the Northern voice, is important to... Read More
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