The Cat Kin
Everyone who came to the strange gym class was looking for something else. What they found was the mysterious Mrs Powell and pashki, a lost art from an age when cats were worshipped as gods. Ben and Tiffany wonder: who is their eccentric old teacher? What does she really want with them? And why are they suddenly able to see in the dark?
Meanwhile, in London’s gloomy streets, human vermin are stirring. Ben and Tiffany may soon be glad of their new gifts. But against men whose cunning is matched only by their unspeakable cruelty, will even nine lives be enough?
"An excellent debut... a genuinely gripping adventure" - The Times
Pashki: the ancient Egyptian art of moving like a cat.
The Cat Kin: London’s most unusual after-school club.
But the Cat Kin are not the only ones with extraordinary skills. Ben Gallagher has stumbled on a far more sinister gang, ruled over by a man with a horrific past. Deep beneath the city streets hides the deadly secret that Ben and Tiffany must uncover – but can the evil be stopped in time? Even with the help of their remarkable new teacher Geoff White, no-one can hope to escape unscathed when cat meets polecat…
"You will need to read Cat's Paw. You really will." - The Bookwitch
Pashki, the art of moving like a cat, has survived for more than two thousand years. So has something else...
Ben has a problem. After years of separation, his mum and dad are back together, and he doesn't want to miss a moment of it. The trouble is, Tiffany is now a girl with a mission. Still mourning the death of Mrs Powell, she is determined to carry on her teacher's work, no matter the cost to herself or anyone else. When the Cat Kin try to smash a ring of tiger-bone smugglers, they find themselves up against the last person they should upset. An evil as ancient as pashki itself has awakened, and is soon threatening to destroy all that they hold dear. Ben and Tiffany have no-one to help them - only each other. But the clock is ticking...
"READ IT!" - L A Weatherly, author of the Angel trilogy