REVIEW – Fritha’s Summer by Susan Morris

6723162“Fritha and her brothers Ric and Tol live in safe, ordinary Harebell Road. Then their scatty mother Min takes them away. Now they find themselves living in a derelict caravan in Cornwall and life isn’t safe or ordinary any more. Meeting a strange foreign boy, Stephen, leads Fritha to hidden treasure and danger and the answer to a family secret.”

This book type is mostly scary mystery with some family and adventure as well. It is set in Cornwall and while I was reading, I could imagine the scenery very clearly. The chapter headings are intriguing and made me want to read on. My favourite character is Tol because he is funny.

I would recommend this book to ages 9+.

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