The Mystery Of Hadrian's Cove 

The Mystery of Hadrian’s Cove takes fourteen year old Jack Wilson, his friend Alison Brown and cousin Tom Harrison, on an adventure which materialises in the small fishing village of Hadrian’s Cove on the wild coast of North East England. This  coast was notorious for smuggling in the 18th & 19th centuries, famed for its pioneering Whitby photographer,Frank Meadow Sutcliffe, Bram Stoker’s 19th century story of Dracula, and the subsequent development of the Goth culture of the 1980’s which thrives in Whitby today. The three adventurers involve the reader in an exciting quest evolving around Eleanor, a strange old woman, as they unravel a mystery indirectly linking all these phenomena, which has been lurking within the close-knit Hadrian’s Cove community for more than seventy years.

 A note from the Author:

‘Although the book is categorised for teens to young adults for publishing purposes, I have tried to write the kind of story I would have liked to read as a kid, but which would also continue to interest me at the age of twenty-three, or forty, or eighty-three. I believe that a good story transcends age limitations.’ 



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