Lily and the Traitors' Spell

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Hachette Children's Group, Aug 1, 2013 - Juvenile Fiction - 224 pages
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Having rescued their father from a terrible prison, Lily and Georgie now find themselves in greater trouble than ever. Their evil mother has filled Georgie with wicked spells and means to use her as an unwilling weapon to execute a deadly plot against the Royal Family.

Lily must join forces with her father and friends to overcome evil. But faced with such powerful dark magicians, can they really hope to succeed?

The conclusion to the richly magical Lily sequence.

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About the author (2013)

Holly Webb was born and grew up in south-east London, but spent a lot of time on the Suffolk coast. At about ten, Holly fell in love with stories from Ancient Greek myths, which led to studying Latin and Greek, and eventually to reading Classics at university. She worked for five years as a children's fiction editor, before deciding that writing was more fun, and easier to do from a sofa. The Rose and Lily books stem from Holly's childhood love of historical novels, and the wish that animals really could talk.

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