Sarah Baker: Through the Mirror Door, Eloise Undercover

Sarah has worked extensively in film, with roles at Aardman Features, the Bermuda Film Festival and Celador Films, where she was Story Editor. She has also been a writer andThrough The Mirror Door cover blogger for vintage fashion magazines. Sarah is a member of Author Allsorts and is a guest reviewer for Serendipity Reviews. In her spare time, Sarah bakes, reads and is really competitive about Scrabble. She likes yellow shoes (mustard, not lemon) and quite possibly bakes the best dark chocolate brownies in London. Sarah currently lives in London with her son.

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Through the Mirror Door: Since the accident, Angela has been alone. When she is invited on holiday with her cousins, it is her chance to be part of a family again if she promises to behave herself. But secrets lie in the walls of the crumbling French holiday home and the forbidden rooms draw Angela in. Soon night-time footsteps, flickering candlelight and shadows in windows lead her to a boy who needs her help. To save him Angela must discover the truth about what happened in the house all those years ago… and face the terrible secret of her own past.

Eloise Undercover coverEloise Undercover:  France, 1944. 12-year-old Eloise’s father has not come home in over a week, and she is getting worried that something might be badly wrong. When the Germans occupy Eloise’s town, and the Nazi Kommandant moves into Maison de la Noyer, things start falling apart. Through a chance meeting, Eloise volunteers to join the Resistance. Suspense, secrecy and danger follow her as, inspired by her favourite detective fiction books, she tries to find her father. A hidden passage behind a tapestry, a deportation list and a race against time… Will Eloise find her father? And what other secrets will she reveal?




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