BUNKER 10. Special Anniversary Edition
On Christmas Eve, Pinewood Military Facility blew up, leaving no survivors.
Inside were 240 personnel, a mixture of soldiers and scientists.
There were also seven teenagers.
This is the story of their last day.
Winner of the Royal Mail Award. Winner of the Royal Mail Award.
Short-listed for the Waterstone’s Children’s Book Prize, The Angus Book Award, the South Lanarkshire Book Award, The RED Award and the Stockport Book Prize.
‘I raced thorough it… Great stuff’ - Charlie Higson (Young James Bond)
‘A high octane, action packed adventure story’ -The Guardian
‘I finished reading it and just said, wow… 9/10’ - Sunday Herald
‘A plot that crackles’ - Scotsman Newspaper
‘A contemporary classic… this story is in a class by itself’ - In The Library Review
‘Delivers an emotional punch as well as an adrenaline rush and more twists than the average roller coaster… a treat’ - Write Away
‘Certain to attract a readership’ - Bookline
‘Hold tight for a non stop thrill ride’ - Teenreads
‘I was swept along by the sheer cleverness. It captivated me’ - Vulpis Libris
‘Just like a good Crichton Book… makes you sit back and think’
- The Phoenix Book Company
‘Every now and then a book comes along wherein the reader is genuinely surprised by a shocking development halfway through. This is one such stunner’
- Kirkus Book Review
‘An intelligent, suspenseful novel with all the ingredients of the perfect thriller’ - Teensreadtoo.com
‘Sets a high standard in excitement. Complex high-tech ingredients, wild and uninterrupted action, comical characters and multitudes of surprising twists and turns’- Chris Shanley-Dillman (Finding My Light and The Black Pond)
City of the Dead: The Fascinating Supernatural History of Edinburgh is now out!
Edinburgh is a modern, lively capital in a civilized western country. Yet it has a reputation for being one of the most haunted places on earth.
This book is an attempt to find out why.
It’s a history of Edinburgh‘s dark side,
a guide to its supernatural locations and an investigation into the occult in general
- including this city’s connections to it.
Jan-Andrew Henderson is a historian and award winning author who worked as a ghost tour guide in Edinburgh for twenty years.
If anyone knows the truth, he does.