GUEST BLOGGER PATRICIA ELLIOTT
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GUEST BLOGGER PATRICIA ELLIOTT

Guess who’s here today? None other than the award winning author, Patricia Elliott. Patricia’s an old friend of GHB – regular readers will remember that she’s guest blogged with us before. Patricia’s dropped by to share how she wrote her latest Connie Carew Mystery, THE SHIP OF SPECTRES. A huge welcome back to GHB, Patricia.  … Continue reading

The Mathematical Mystery of Goldbach’s Conjecture by Sarah Rubin
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The Mathematical Mystery of Goldbach’s Conjecture by Sarah Rubin

At the start of The Impossible Clue, before she’s caught up in the case of a disappearing scientist and a missing invisibility suit, Alice Jones is working on a much more mathematical mystery. “I was trying to prove Goldbach’s Conjecture, but I wasn’t getting very far. Maybe it was the fact that it hadn’t been … Continue reading

GUEST BLOGGER Patricia Elliott
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GUEST BLOGGER Patricia Elliott

Patricia Elliott writes novels for older children and young adults. Some of them are fantasies and some are thrillers with a historical setting, mixed with suspense and romance. Patricia has recently turned her hand to writing for a younger audience with her new series The Connie Carew Mysteries. The books are aimed at middle grade readers … Continue reading

Robin Stevens on being Waterstones Children’s Book of the Month for February
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Robin Stevens on being Waterstones Children’s Book of the Month for February

Today is the 1st of February, which means one thing: from today, my book Arsenic for Tea is Waterstones Children’s Book of the Month. I’m absolutely delighted, and incredibly honoured, to have been chosen. I’ve been a long-time fan of the Book of the Month scheme: as an ex-bookseller myself (I’ve worked in both Waterstones … Continue reading