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 by Kat Matfield

It is said that the best stories have an element of truth in them. It’s certainly accurate in the case of The Smuggler’s Caves, a Completely Novel drawing on the real history of smuggling, which is picking up a lot of heat on the site and around Hastings, where the story is set.

Although smugglers might bring to mind a Famous Five story, this novel is worlds away from Blyton’s cosy 1950s adventures. Fiona Skovronsky, the author, is aware that comparisons might be made, but observes that her story "can

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Kat Matfield
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History, Young adult, Children's books, Fiona skovronsky, and Self-publishing success