This is a chilling mystery reaching from the present into the plague-ridden past. A school trip turns into a nightmare when Kim and Wes leave the plague-village of Eyam with more than they bargained for, and a stolen artifact wreaks revenge. Historical facts blend with ghosts and ancient curses in the latest offering from acclaimed thriller-writer Malcolm Rose.
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Malcolm Rose began his career as a research scientist but is now a full-time writer, best-known for his gripping scientific thrillers. He has won the Angus Book Award twice: in 1997 for Tunnel Vision and in 2001 for Plague, which also won the Lancashire Children's Book of the Year award. His last book Transplant was shortlisted for the North East Book AwardMore about Malcolm Rose