Can Elliott escape the terrifying ghost of Glebe House, or will he be trapped in the mansion, forever hunted by the dead A truly chilling ghost tale from a master storyteller.
When Elliott and his brother move into the old and crumbling Glebe House they don't expect to find themselves sharing it with ghosts.
But soon sinister events are unfolding. An old diary reveals glimpses of the mansion's past - and of a terrible tragedy. An old woman talks to ghosts - but is she in fact being controlled by them And what of the sinister East Wing - a hideous labyrinth devised by a truly twisted mind
Can Elliott and his family escape the clutches of Glebe House Or will they end up trapped in the endless maze of corridors, forever hunted by the dead
McNish is one of our most talented thriller writers, with an ability to make your spine crawl and your heart pound with his stylish pared down prose. - THE TIMES - Amanda Craig
A truly haunting story that stirs the hairs at the back of your neck. Fast paced and thrilling, the reader is hurtled along as the terrible events at Glebe House unfold. - CAROUSEL
A gripping and inventive ghost story for older readers in which the tension builds through apprehension, to dread and finally outright terror. This book will have readers looking over their shoulders for a long time after the last page is finished. - BOOKTRUST
The kind of book from which nightmares are born ... McNish has again proved that he is a master of dark storytelling. - THE BOOK ZONE
A masterly sense of revelation make this a seriously chilling read. - THE BOOKSELLER - Jake Hope
Beautifully written and truly chilling ghost story set in a creepy mansion and featuring lost children, fearsome hunters and echoing nursery rhymes ... I liked the creepiness and the tension, which ratchets up and up until its almost unbearable. - THE BOOKBAG
Fast-paced, thoroughly gripping with as many twists and turns and dead-ends as the dreadful East Wing itself... read it on a warm summer afternoon when you have plenty of company! - CORNFLOWER BOOKS
What at first glance appears to be a run-of-the-mill ghost story soon turns into a really creepy scare-fest. The use of a diary to give a back-story to the horrible goings-on is a stroke of genius and notches the fear factor way up high. - FLIPSIDE
Geoff Taylor was born in Lancaster, England in 1946. He studied Graphic Design at Chesterfield College of Art. After five years or so of working in advertising agencies in Nottingham, Geoff turned to illustrating book covers for most of the top fantasy writers of our time, both adult and children's fiction. Geoff was one of the illustrators for the legendary Jeff Wayne's Musical Version of ''The War of the Worlds'' album. Since 1994 he has added to some of the rich imagery of ''Games Workshop'' and the Black Library. Perhaps his true passions are best reflected in his wildlife paintings, especially wolves. He now lives in Cumbria with his wife. Find out more from his website www.geofftaylor.btinternet.co.uk.