Corgi Childrens

Books published by Corgi Childrens

The Empty Grave

Lockwood and Co are up against enemies old and new as the series reaches a shattering climax.

Reviewed on 28 October 2017 by Linda Wilson


Sixteen-year-old Ant and her younger brother Mattie have been sent to prison for crimes they didn’t commit, but under a new law, they can be held responsible for the sins of their parents and even their grandparents.

Reviewed on 10 December 2016 by Linda Wilson

Lockwood & Co: The Creeping Shadow

Lucy Carlyle has left Lockwood & Co to strike out on her own, but her resolve is tested when Lockwood comes to her with a proposition.

Reviewed on 12 November 2016 by Linda Wilson

Lockwood & Co: The Hollow Boy

London is in the grip of a terrifying plague of ghosts, stretching all the psychic investigation agencies – including Lockwood & Co – to breaking point.

Reviewed on 13 February 2016 by Linda Wilson

Arsenic For Tea

Daisy Wells and Hazel Wong are at Daisy’s home, Fallingford, for the school holidays. When one of the guests is taken ill in mysterious circumstances, the Wells and Wong Detective Society has its next case to investigate.

Reviewed on 02 January 2016 by Linda Wilson

Hide and Seek

One of Jess Tennant’s classmates has gone missing. Jess is warned to keep her nose out of police business, but she’s not going to let Inspector Dan Henderson cramp her style, even if he is her boyfriend’s dad.

Reviewed on 07 November 2015 by Linda Wilson

Lockwood & Co: The Whispering Skull

Lockwood & Co go up against the Fittes Agency again in the search for a deadly relic that’s been stolen after being dug up from a London graveyard.

Reviewed on 10 October 2015 by Linda Wilson

Lockwood & Co: The Screaming Staircase

London’s most ramshackle psychical detective agency are on the verge of going broke and have no option other than to take on the case that no one else wants.

Reviewed on 29 August 2015 by Linda Wilson

Urban Legends

Veerle De Keyser is being hunted and she knows it. But how can a man who’s meant to have died first in prison and then in a fire at a ruined castle be in a position to threaten her now?

Reviewed on 23 May 2015 by Linda Wilson

Murder Most Unladylike

The Wells and Wong Detective Society investigates its first case, the murder of one of the teachers at Deepdean School for Girls.

Reviewed on 15 November 2014 by Linda Wilson

The Demons of Ghent

People are falling from the tops of buildings in Ghent. Did they fall or were they pushed? Veerle suspects the latter might be true, but she’s already in enough trouble at home and really shouldn’t get involved.

Reviewed on 20 September 2014 by Linda Wilson

Web of Darkness

Lily is thrilled when an incredibly attractive boy wants to be friends with her on Facebook and accepts his invitation despite the fact that she’s never met him. But is he really all he makes out to be?

Reviewed on 12 July 2014 by Linda Wilson

Bet Your Life

A boy is found in Port Sentinel, badly beaten and left for dead. Jess Tennant doesn’t want to get involved, but when her cousin and a friend plead with her to do some detective work, Jess finds herself inexorably drawn into the mystery of what really did happen to the seemingly popular and exceedingly rich Seb Dawson.

Reviewed on 08 March 2014 by Linda Wilson