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Hawkes Bay 'deserves a shot at Vase'

David Hall is awaiting a call and the answer will be 'yes' if he is invited to run Hawkes Bay in the Hong Kong Vase after yesterday's Sha Tin 1,800m victory.

Monday, 26 November, 2007, 12:00am

Nightmares lead to scary discovery

The Intruders

By E. E. Richardson

Published by Bodley Head/Random House

Children's Books

ISBN 0 370 32882 5

THE INTRUDERS is a haunted-house story with a big difference. It delivers all the chills and thrills you would expect, but it is completely believable and will really scare you.

30 Aug 2006 - 12:00am

A ghost story to freeze the blood

Forget Scary Movie, The Omen or An American Haunting; if you really want to have your blood frozen, settle down alone and read EE Richardson's The Intruders.

18 Jun 2006 - 12:00am

A mind-expanding read

Yesterday another helicopter circled over where Pete and his dad were hiding. If they had been seen, the helicopter men would have turned on the searchlight to look closer. Then the game would have been up.

11 Sep 2005 - 12:00am

Urban adventure of man and beast

Gillian Cross first got the idea for Wolf when she saw people keeping ocelots (small, wild South American cats) in cages as pets in America. She wondered what would happen if one of them escaped. She never wrote that story, but kept thinking about the image of something savage and dangerous lurking in an ordinary urban environment.

16 Feb 2004 - 12:00am