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Issue Details: First known date: 2017... 2017 The Witching Hours
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y separately published work icon The Vampire Knife Jack Henseleit , Richmond : Hardie Grant Egmont , 2017 11543292 2017 single work children's fiction children's fantasy

'A storm is raging around the forests of Transylvania, where siblings Anna and Max are visiting with the Professor. Left alone to explore a creepy old inn, the children discover that something evil is lurking in the trees – and it just might have a taste for human blood.

'When Max goes missing, it’s up to Anna and her new friend Isabella to rescue him. Setting out in the dead of night, with the storm howling around them, the girls will face peril after peril. Only one thing is certain: even if Anna can find a way to rescue her brother, Max will never be the same again.' (Synopsis)

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y separately published work icon The Troll Heart Jack Henseleit , Richmond : Hardie Grant Egmont , 2018 12569855 2018 single work children's fiction children's fantasy

'After their adventures in Transylvania, Anna and Max just want to stay out of trouble – but trouble has other plans. The Professor’s taken them to the cold and foggy fields of England, where a new mystery is afoot. A small boy has disappeared near a strange and mysterious river, lost without a trace.

'Armed with her magical white knife, Anna is determined to crack the case, boldly leading Max into danger and darkness. With memories of the fairy world still haunting her dreams, Anna feels sure that another monster is behind the boy’s disappearance. But when the sinister secret of the river is finally revealed, will the siblings be able to save the missing boy – and themselves?'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

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y separately published work icon The Genie Rings Jack Henseleit , Richmond : Hardie Grant Egmont , 2018 15660741 2018 single work children's fiction children's fantasy

'In The Witching Hours, Anna and Max travel the world with their father, the Professor - but their real adventures take place in the dangerous underworld of dark fairies, where the children face sinister creatures and battle for their lives.

'On their next adventure with the Professor, Anna and Max are journeying to Iran. A mysterious ruin has been unearthed in the desert: a citadel of sand and stone, built by a great sorceress of ages past. The Professor is searching the ruin for the ending to an ancient fairy story - but for Anna and Max, a dangerous new tale is beginning. A sinister figure has been stealing information from the desert camp, trying to uncover the lost treasure of the sorceress - which might be a powerful fairy weapon.

'Stranded in the desert, Anna and Max must ensure the terrifying treasure stays hidden - or else a monster of epic proportions could be unleashed ...

'Be careful what you wish for.'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

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y separately published work icon The Mermaid Wreck Jack Henseleit , Richmond : Hardie Grant Egmont , 2019 15665778 2019 single work children's fiction children's fantasy

'Stuck in a leaky beach house by the Australian seaside, all Anna wants is a holiday –but in the shadowy ghost town of Mermaid’s Purse, something strange is going on. A famous explorer has gone missing, leaving behind their research about a long-lost shipwreck: a wreck that may be hiding a dark secret.

'In the midst of a violent gale, Anna sets out to explore the town, sure that Max and the Professor will be safe indoors. But with a weird voice calling out to her from across the sea, and a network of cobwebbed tunnels running beneath her feet, Anna is about to learn that this ghost town might not be as empty as it seems …

'Beware what lies beneath.'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

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y separately published work icon The Dragon Crown Jack Henseleit , Richmond : Hardie Grant Egmont , 2019 16851151 2019 single work children's fiction children's fantasy

'In The Witching Hours, Anna and Max travel the world with their father, the Professor – but their real adventures take place in the dangerous underworld of dark fairies, where the children face sinister creatures and battle for their lives.

'Something wicked is stirring beneath the icy mountains of China – and Anna and Max, who have just arrived with the Professor, are determined to discover what it is. Earthquakes are shaking the foundations of an ancient village, while bone-chilling roars and flashes of fire burst across the sky. The siblings are sure another fairy monster has awoken – but this time, they’re not the only ones who know.

'A strange man has been stirring trouble in the village – a man Anna and Max have met before. But with rumours of the monster’s vast treasure cave spreading fast, the children will have to decide whether to side with their old foe, or else seek out the monster on their own …'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

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