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About the author:

When Aleah Taylor was four years old she told her mother that she was going to be an author and make beautiful books for everyone to enjoy. That passion has never left her. She finished writing her first book, a work of juvenile fiction, at eighteen and finished her next book, a work of literary fiction, at twenty one.

Aleah says her motivation is an overwhelming surge of creativity and a very deep love for literature. Also an artist and lover of Tudor and Victorian history, Aleah lives in Canberra with her son Tommi.

Mystery on Mount Dusk

Authored by Aleah Taylor

Ten year old George Mutton has moved to the mysterious town of Mount Dusk. Tucked away on a secluded mountain, Mount Dusk is the perfect place for restless George to discover adventure, but he might get more than he bargained for.

George befriends dark-haired loner Charlie Redwin and together they uncover the startling mystery of two missing families who vanished hundreds of years ago. At first a seeming pest, George’s little sister Maggie eventually becomes an invaluable ally while Charlie’s twin sister Yvonne remains a mysterious presence. She appears to know the secrets of Mount Dusk, but is she at all what she seems? Can she be trusted to help them? The children endeavor to find the answers to all their questions, but they end up more personally involved in the mystery than they had ever imagined.

With disappearances, ghastly ghosts and trapped spirits, the children become suddenly entangled in the hidden evil of their town which has lain unseen for many centuries. Can they rid Mount Dusk of the horror haunting it? Or will they become just another chapter in its terrible secret history?

Publication Date:
0996559515 / 9780996559515
Page Count:
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5.25" x 8"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Juvenile Fiction / Action & Adventure / General

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