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The Dagger’s Curse by Wendy H. Jones

An ancient Egyptian dagger. A hungry curse. A city under siege.
In the dead of night the ancient dagger is stolen from the museum in Dundee. As mysterious accidents, illness and even death stalk the city, the Detective Duo, Fergus Bernstein and Flora MacDonald, follow clues that lead them into ever increasing danger. Can they find the dagger and break the curse before it’s too late?

Joseph and the Rainbow Robe

Young Joseph learns that it’s not very kind to show off. A re-telling of the Bible story of Joseph for 3 –6 year olds, illustrated by Andy Catling. First of  a 7-part series

David and the Hairy Beast

Young David has to face his fears to protect his father’s sheep. A re-telling of the childhood of King David for 3 – 6 year olds, illustrated by Amy Warmington. First of 6-part series.

ELEANOR WATKINS: The Village

William and Sam. Three very different young
people, having to work together to deal with the arrival of the Black
Death in their small village.

ELEANOR WATKINS: A Wind of Change

Ellen, William and Sam endeavour to restore their community in the aftermath of the Black Death.

PHILIP S DAVIES: Destiny's Rebel

Kat is about to turn 18 and be crowned Queen – the last thing she wants. She runs away but what she discovers about her
world forces her to reconsider her choices.

PHILIP S DAVIES: Destiny's Revenge

An epidemic is decimating Kat’s people. What will she give to save them?

ADRIANNE FITZPATRICK: Champion of the Chalet School

Set in Elinor Brent-Dyer’s Chalet
School world, _Champion_ tells the story of a school in turmoil and the efforts of small Betsy Lucy to bring order back into her world.

ADRIANNE FITZPATRICK: Spirit Wings

When Marya is stranded in the town after curfew and being hunted down by mercenaries, she must trust a voice that suddenly sounds in her head. Can she find a safe path back to the castle, unmask
the traitors and at the same time protect her unborn child?

KAREN ROSARIO INGERSLEV: In Search of Livi Starling

Despite her best efforts, Livi Starling will probably never make the history books. Her life is far too ordinary… unless you count her talent for animal noises, her inability to tell the truth, her insatiable desire for a mother, or the fact that her only friend is a painfully shy Jesus-Freak who collects banana stickers.

KAREN ROSARIO INGERSLEV: Being Livi Starling

She may have said ‘a little prayer to Jesus,’ but Livi Starling really isn’t sure she’s cut out for the Christian life. For a start, she can’t stop lying. For another, she’s bitterly angry with her father and horrified when Ruby suggests she ought to forgive him. 

KAREN ROSARIO INGERSLEV: Livi Starling Loves

How can God possibly know what it’s like to be a teenage girl? Can Livi Starling truly trust him with all of her life? Even the really tricky bits like dating boys and dealing with nasty new girls and whether her mother is in Heaven?

KAREN ROSARIO INGERSLEV: The Flight of Livi Starling

Despite being a Christian for almost three years, Livi Starling is convinced she’s missing something. Surely the life of a radical believer ought to be a little less ordinary?

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