This is the second book in the Eye Spy series.
When Jimmy Devlin asks the twins to investigate the strange things that have been happening at The Priory, Alex seizes the opportunity to prove to his sister that there is no such thing as ghosts. However it soon becomes clear that unquiet spirits are not the only problem facing the Devlin family.
Are the family servants hiding secrets? Has a valuable ring been stolen, or just mislaid? And what has happened to Jimmy’s missing elder brother, Harry? As the twins and Jimmy try to solve the many mysteries of The Priory, they discover they are dealing with a very dangerous enemy…
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Tessa Buckley grew up in the countryside just outside London. She was an inveterate scribbler, and spent much of her childhood writing and illustrating stories. After leaving school she studied Interior Design at Chelsea College of Art and spent the next few years working for architects and designers in London, before a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis forced her to give up her career. At that time there were no drug treatments available for MS, so she started researching nutritional medicine as a possible means of controlling her symptoms Once she had stabilised her condition, she took up writing again, writing articles on health and nutrition and her other passion, family history.
At the same time, she started writing for children, after her ten year old daughter complained that she couldn’t find enough adventure stories to read. This led, in 2016, to the publication of her first novel, Eye Spy, the first in a series for 9-12 year olds about two teen detectives. . The second book in the series, Eye Spy II – Haunted, was published in July 2017 and was a finalist in the Wishing Shelf book awards 2017. She is now working on the third book in the series.
She lives by the sea in Essex with her husband, a retired teacher, and has just completed an Open University arts degree.