George Chedzoy


Hello! I'm a journalist who lives in North Wales with his wife and two young children. I recently took redundancy from the newspaper where I worked as a feature writer. I now work from home as a freelance writer / novelist. I've written three books for children so far, Smugglers at Whistling Sands; The Missing Treasure and Something Strange in the Cellar. These are books one to three in my Lou Elliott Mystery Adventure Series, featuring the characters Lou (Louise) and siblings Jack, David and Emily. Lou and Jack are 12 and the others are a bit younger. They're a nice bunch and, having had three adventures, they are shortly to have a few more!


Something Strange in the Cellar
Price: Free! Words: 26,710. Language: British English. Published: April 21, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Children’s books » Fiction, Fiction » Children’s books » People & Places / Europe
Four youngsters on holiday at the Welsh seaside resort of Abersoch come across a strange, ramshackle old farmhouse while out walking across the moors. It’s the home of a lonely old lady in her 90s. She’s at her wits’ end, certain it’s haunted. But is it, or is there a more rational explanation? Headstrong Louise (usually known as Lou) is determined to find out.

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abersoch    action adventure    adventure    blyton    british    detective    enid blyton    famous five    ghosts    mystery    north wales    seaside    suspense    traditional