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Re-issued by The History Press in January 2010.First published by Constable in 1948.
There was nothing flowery about Tom Rolt, though he indulged a different side of himself by writing some cracking short ghost stories, as in Sleep no more: Railway Canal and Other Stories of the Supernatural".
The swinging Sixties, the Space Race, Beatlemania and Carnaby Street.
And on England’s forgotten canals a few boating families are still at work, their way of life hardly changed in a hundred years.
Mike, fascinated by the canal and boats, enters this strange and secret world. Making friends with Kit, a boy off the canal, Mike experiences the boaters’ tough outdoor life and learns the lore of the waterways.
Share Mike’s exciting voyage of adventure with Kit and his family to its thrilling end. Discover the wonderful, secret, unique and now disappeared life of 'The Cut'."
The first published volume in the Marnie Walker series finds her caught up in a story of bigotry and persecution enduring across hundreds of years.
Death in Little Venice is the second story in the Marnie Walker series. It is a tale of loyalty and treachery, intrigue and deceit. The main suspects join forces to prove their innocence of murder, but no one is convinced by their story. And can they even trust each other?
In book three of the Marnie Walker series, she finds herself embroiled against her will in a battle to save a career ruined by persecution in the media and hounding by the press.