The Home of Inky Stevens, the Great School Detective
The Great Storm, which shook Blinkton that September, would live long in the memory of the isolated coastal town. At its height, each wave crashing against the harbour wall sent seawater spewing upwards as a dense curtain of brine, which hung perfectly still for the briefest of seconds, before thumping down with the force of a thousand fists.
This darkest of times provided cover for the darkest of deeds. As the storm swelled to its climax, a malignant force sat, poised to enact a deed of unspeakable evil. For them, the thrashing jaws of the tempest offered the perfect distraction...
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Set up high on the cliffs, in the grounds of a ruined monastery, overlooking the dreary town of Blinkton-on-Sea, is the otherwise unremarkable Blinkton High School. Here resides the enigmatic Inky Stevens- a talented and astute student better known as ‘the Great School Detective’.
A straightforward investigation into who was responsible for a misdirected, but wounding, snowball sets our school sleuth on the trail of a much greater and more menacing crime...
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Jamie Foster is the Head of English at Bishop David Brown H.S., Woking. He has devised a FREE ‘Scheme of Work/Student Workbook’ based on ‘Caretaker’s Keys’ for use in English lessons at KS3 (and selected use at KS 2 and KS4). The comprehensive document includes...
The Caretaker’s Keys ‘Crime File’ will be dispatched via email in a PDF format. It is a completely FREE resource which has been specially created for classroom use/home schooling. To secure a copy, please email Chris. All requests will be processed via email immediately on receipt.
An essential guide for all wannabe writers!
Playwright and novelist Chris was asked to document his experiences as a writer in order to help anyone thinking of doing likewise. ‘Write to the Bitter End’ is his response… warts and all!
In 2013 Chris left the teaching profession with dreams of becoming a full-time writer. Already an internationally best-selling playwright, he thought the transition to becoming a published novelist would be straightforward. Easy, in fact. As things turned out, however… it wasn’t. And in this novel he offers up the true account of his journey (alongside tips on writing and approaching publishers) in the hope of informing and encouraging a new wave of aspiring writers.
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