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  • Published: 1 July 2014
  • ISBN: 9780552566759
  • Imprint: Corgi Childrens
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 416
  • RRP: $22.99

Silent Saturday




A chilling tale of murder and deception - from acclaimed YA author Helen Grant

Seventeen-year-old Veerle is bored with life in suburban Brussels. But a chance encounter with a hidden society, whose members illegally break into unoccupied buildings around the city, soon opens up a whole new world of excitement - and danger.

When one of the society's founding members disappears, Veerle suspects foul play. But nothing can prepare her for the horror that is about to unfold when an old foe emerges from the shadows... No one is safe, and The Hunter will strike again...

  • Pub date: 1 July 2014
  • ISBN: 9780552566759
  • Imprint: Corgi Childrens
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 416
  • RRP: $22.99

About the Author

Helen Grant

Helen Grant is a highly acclaimed YA author. Her debut novel attractied praise from critics and readers alike and was shortlisted for the CILIP Carnegie Medal.

Born in London in 1964, Helen showed an early leaning towards the arts after being told off for writing stories under the desk during maths lessons. She went on to read Classics at St Hugh's College, Oxford, and then worked in marketing for ten years to fund her love of travelling before returning to writing.

Helen now lives near Brussels with her husband, her two children and their two cats.

Helen Grant was born in London. She read Classics at St Hugh's College, Oxford, and then worked in marketing for ten years in order to fund her love of travelling. In 2001 she and her family moved to Bad Münstereifel in Germany, and it was exploring the legends of this beautiful town that inspired her to write her first novel. She now lives in Brussels with her husband, her two children and a small German cat.

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Praise for Silent Saturday

“It had me hooked from the very start - Helen Grant's prose is beautifully spare, not a word wasted but still deliciously elegant and descriptive”

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