Witch Grannies - The Case of the Evil Schoolmaster

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A thrilling children's novel, set in Ireland and perfect for anyone aged 8 to 12. Meet Emily and Malcolm who've been sent to stay with their Grannies.

Oh, and their grannies are witches... More

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Words: 21,340
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458162922
About Gary J Byrnes

Gary J Byrnes lives in Dublin, Ireland and writes popular thrillers. His 9/11 TRILOGY is a worldwide bestseller and he was nominated for a Crime Writers’ Association Dagger Award for twisty, existentialist PURE MAD. His most recent work is art, food and Nazi thriller TO EAT THE WORLD and he is currently working on a post-apocalyptic epic, while listening to Pink Floyd and The Doors. He’s also written transrealist mindbender THE GOD VIRUS and shorts collection THE WRITER AND OTHER STORIES. Gary studied art and design at college, served in Ireland’s Army Reserve and also works as an ebook, SEO and web content consultant. Gary likes to read Hunter S Thompson, Norman Mailer and Philip K Dick. When not at his laptop, Gary enjoys cooking, encountering great art, exploring cities and trying to make the world a better place, one story at a time.

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Review by: R. A. Danger on June 14, 2011 :
It start with Emily and Malcolm going to visit their Grannies, on the way the train stops, the driver is missing and an other train is coming. That’s just the start of their adventure (more Emily’s then Malcolm). Soon they find out somebody has been kidnapping children and one of the witch’s is missing, they suspect foul play and so do the trees. With them one short, the children’s grannies ask Emily to become a witch and help solve who is behind this and stop them.
The reader will find out soon enough who it is. This book is more an adventure then a regular mystery or one can think of it being in the genre of superheroes but with a group of witches, but for real it belongs in it’s own little genre.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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