Bansi O'Hara and the Edges of Halloween

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Transworld Publishers Limited, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 409 pages
The feisty young heroine is back for a second faerie-fueled romp through Irish myth and magic Bansi O'Hara returns in a fast-paced, funny, and frightening adventure. She could be excused for wanting a quiet life after her series of pulse-racing events, when an ancient prophecy from the land of the faeries nearly made her fail at the hands of their Dark Lord. But back into Tir na n'Og she must go--this time to rescue her mother, who is being held captive as a bride for the Dread Cruach. Helped (and often hindered) by Granny and her bickering pal Nora Mullarkey, can Bansi defeat this most sinister of sprites?

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About the author (2011)

John Dougherty lives in Gloucestershire. A supply teacher with plenty of experience of classroom activities in primary education, he is also a singer-songwriter and has appeared on TV when his living room was designed in a Gothic style by Laurence Llewellyn-Bowen. He has also run the London Marathon to raise funds for a charity to help children in care.

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