Originally published in 1974, a new edition of a tale of villainy and intrigue in which a boy and a girl, previously cold towards each other, are brought together by a terrible incident and the prospect of a treacherous and terrifying ordeal. With black and white line illustrations.
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Joan Aiken is one of the most remarkable writers in modern children's fiction. ( The Sunday Times)
An old-fashioned rattling good yarn, full of extraordinary characters and gloriously rich language ( Adele Geras, TES)
Joan Aiken is a superb storyteller. Even when her stories touch on the dark, mystical side, they pull children with with fascination, not fear ( Sainsbury's Magazine)
Fog Hounds: 'Spellbinding adventures which are modern fairy tales.' ( Aldershot Mail)
A gem from the top-class author of The Wolves of Willoughby Chase ( Birmingham Post)
A collection of manageably short but grippingly exciting tales that will have (children) coming back for more. ( The Lady)
A hugely memorable classic from the highly-acclaimed author of The Wolves of Willoughby Chase.
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Book Description Puffin Books, 1976. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 140308369