Christine Morton-Shaw

British writer

1957   -  

country of citizenship: United Kingdom
language of expression: English
educated at: Sheffield Hallam University
occupation: writer, children's writer

Christine Morton-Shaw is an author of books for children and young adults (teenagers). These include picturebooks and educational and novelty titles (most notably the popular 'Stringalongs' series). She is perhaps best known for her more recent work as a Young Adult and Middle-Grade novelist. Her novels to date are The Riddles of Epsilon (which received, among other praise, the VOYA (Voice of Youth Advocates) 'perfect ten' rating in June 2006) and The Hunt for the Seventh. Her works are notable for their spooky atmosphere, an emphasis on mystery and the solving of clues (often in the form of puzzles) and surprising plot twists (or 'paradigm shifts')
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