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By: Stuart Barlow

Kidnap at Cloggham Hall

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An intriguing letter containing a desperate cry for help scrawled in what seems to be blood mysteriously appears in a school bag belonging to a member of the 'super sleuths', a dynamic group of youthful investigators.

The children embark on a perilous quest which takes them to the Gothic Cloggham Hall, a place riddled with numerous secret passageways and hidden rooms.

A terrifying game of 'hide and seek' ensues, full of thrilling twists and turns, as the children seek to rescue the author of the letter whilst trying to evade the clutches of the Hall's monstrous villains, who unknown to them, have a diabolical plan which, if successful, will transform their lives forever!

Can the sleuths effect a rescue in time, or will the forces of evil win the day?

Stuart Barlow is a former teacher from Rochdale whose passion and speciality was the promotion of imaginative writing for ten- and eleven-year-old children, with an emphasis placed firmly on the joy of the written word. Kidnap at Cloggham Hall is the product of the stimulus he provided them with during his time in Year six. His other novellas are based on stories that he used as starting points to excite children's desire to write. His other passion is an interest in the evolution of recreation in the nineteenth century, on which his doctoral thesis is based.

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