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The Candlemass Treasure, by Philip Turner

The Candlemass Treasure

By Philip Turner


An adventure story about two half-Korean teenagers caught up in a search for their missing inheritance, tightly plotted and compellingly written by an award-winning author. For children aged 11+.

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About this Book

Farah and Murray are half-Indian, half-Korean. A set of cryptic clues holds the key to finding their lost inheritance, stolen from Korea and hidden somewhere in England. With the help of their guardian, Mr Candlemass, they set out to unravel the clues.


Part I: The Town and the Clues
1. Coffins and Colonels
2. Things that Go Bump in the Night
3. The First Clue
4. Telephones and Chimneys
5. Commander Barclay
6. Castles and Bugs
7. Police Intervention

Part II: The Island and the Treasure
8. On the Island
9. Guile Point
10. Maggie of the Snook
11. Emergency Plans
12. The Banker
13. The Pyramid of Cheops
14. Homecoming

About the Author

Philip Turner was awarded the Carnegie Medal for The Grange at High Force. Under the pen name of Stephen Chance, he wrote Septimus and the Danedyke Mysteries, which was adapted for television.

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