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Tears of a Friend (Sharp Shades 2.0)

by Jo Cotterill

Claire and Cassie have always been friends. Cassie believes that nothing will break their bond. But one day they have an almighty row and their friendship is thrown into jeopardy. When they next meet at a party,...


Shouting at the Stars (Sharp Shades 2.0)

by David Belbin

Layla is a young singer who is just hitting the big time: she has even got her own bodyguard. With all of the excitement of her growing fame comes the eerie presence of an unknown heckler who begins to follow...


Who Cares (Sharp Shades 2.0)

by Helen Bird

Tara hates her situation and everyone around her. Most of all, she hates her special school, the Unit, which she feels is essentially a dumping ground for misbehaving kids who don't fit in at school. After meeting...


Blitz (Sharp Shades 2.0)

by David Orme

Blitz is set in World War Two, when Martin is evacuated to Winchester. However, he hates it there, and manages to find his way back home to London. But home isn't where it used to be - a bomb has exploded in...


Hunter's Moon (Sharp Shades 2.0)

by John Townsend

When his boss is mysteriously hurt, young gamekeeper Neil is left to look after the woods and pheasants on his own. There have been rumours of a panther on the loose, and now Neil notices some odd scratch marks...


Mind's Eye

by Gillian Philip

Everyone was scared when Conor Smith became telepathic. The authorities reacted by putting an implant in his brain to stop this strange side effect of the onset of puberty. Lara agreed with how Conor was treated...


Rising Tide

by Anne Rooney

When Chris finds Danny, he knows he's a 'Runner' - a refugee running away from a country destroyed by climate change. Chris should hand Danny in to the authorities. That's what everyone else would do. But Chris...


Invasion

by Mary Chapman

Jack is in hospital. There's something wrong with his leg. But when he catches a glimpse of his X-ray he doesn't expect to see a huge squirming thing writhing around inside it. It turns out he's not alone...


Asteroid

by Malcolm Rose

What can one group of friends do when all of humanity faces extinction? An asteroid is hurtling to Earth which could destroy everything on the planet. Josh, Dave and Zack are determined to save the world and...


The Messenger

by John Townsend

When Chris sees an ornamental glass angel smash at his feet he doesn't think anything of it. But when a trip to the moors with his girlfriend brings strange events, he begins to think it may have been a bad...


Who Cares

by Helen Orme

Tara hates her situation and everyone around her. Most of all, she hates her special school, the Unit, which she feels is essentially a dumping ground for misbehaving kids who don't fit in at school. After meeting...


Life of the Party

by Gillian Philip

Life of the Party is the story of Chloe, a teenager who lives with her mother and aloof father. She spends her spare time binge drinking with her friends, much to the disgust of Rob, a boy from school who fancies...


Coming in to Land

by Dennis Hamley

Jack is the youngest cadet to be chosen by the RAF to learn to fly a glider. He hopes that when he is older he may be able to fly real planes in the war. However, for all his flying prowess, he has a fear of...


Treachery by Night

by Ann Ruffell

Glencoe, 1692 is the setting for this tale of treachery and deceit. There is a rising feud between the Campbells and MacDonalds. Conn, a young MacDonald with a withered arm, wishes he could fight like his cousin...


A Murder of Crows

by Penny Bates

Only child Ben moves to the country with his mum and befriends a crow for company. However, when a local boy sees this and jeers at him mercilessly, Ben very soon becomes a laughing stock. The bullies want him...


Danger Money

by Mary Chapman

As a World War One recruit onboard the Admiral, all Bob Thompson can think about is how much he will earn. Bob's mother doesn't want him to join the ship, for fear that he will be injured as the crew defends...


Mantrap

by Tish Farrell

Danny doesn't want to be a hunter, but when the rains fail, he and his father Jacob are forced to go poaching for meat in the forbidden game park. But when Danny makes a terrible mistake, their theft is discovered....


Hunter's Moon

by John Townsend

When his boss is mysteriously hurt, young gamekeeper Neil is left to look after the woods and pheasants on his own. There have been rumours of a panther on the loose, and now Neil notices some odd scratch marks...


Plague

by David Orme

It is 1665 and the plague has hit the city of London. Life will never be the same again for apprentice apothecary Henry Harper. His father is dead and his mother and brother have fled the country. Can Henry...


Virus

by Mary Chapman

Every aspect of Penna's life is controlled for her: a computer programme tells her when to get up, when to eat, even when to sleep. It's the same for everybody in this brave new world. But one day the programme...