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Philip Caveney

  • 5 stars across 20 books
Philip Caveney is a copywriter from Manchester. He has had several adult thrillers published in the past but has now turned his hand successfully to children's books. He lives with is wife and 11 year old daughter.
31st August 2015

Alec Devlin: The Eye of the Serpent

Egypt 1923.Fifteen-year-old Alec Devlin is on his way to the Valley of the Kings. Accompanied by his faithful valet, Coa... MoreAlec Devlin: The Eye of the Serpent

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3rd August 2023

Suzie and the Comet of Chaos

Save the universe in the awesome and hilarious space-themed adventure series from bestselling authors Katie... MoreSuzie and the Comet of Chaos

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30th March 2016

Sebastian Darke: Prince of Pirates

Sebastian, Max and Cornelius are ready for another adventure and heading to the bustling port of Ramalat. Once there the... MoreSebastian Darke: Prince of Pirates

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5th May 2011

Night on Terror Island

Kip's dad owns an old-fashioned cinema, the Paramount. Struggling to survive in an age when multiplexes rule the world, ... MoreNight on Terror Island

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4th February 2010

Sebastian Darke: Prince of Explorers

Deep in the remote heart of the jungles of Mendip, Sebastian, Max and Cornelius are in search of a legendary lost city. ... MoreSebastian Darke: Prince of Explorers

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3rd May 2012

Spy Another Day

After the thrills and spills of his adventure on Terror Island, Kip is reluctant to allow Mr Lazarus to send him into an... MoreSpy Another Day

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2nd December 2010

A Buffalope's Tale

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6th August 2009

Alec Devlin: Empire of the Skull

Mexico, 1924. At his father's hacienda, restlessly waiting for adventurer Ethan to arrive, sixteen-year-old Alec and hi... MoreAlec Devlin: Empire of the Skull

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7th February 2008

Sebastian Darke: Prince of Fools

Sebastian Darke has the world on his narrow shoulders. The son of a human father and an elvish mother, he is deperately ... MoreSebastian Darke: Prince of Fools

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