De­but novel un­veils se­crets of Devil’s Mine

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TWO creative, for­mer Bucks boys have co-writ­ten a thriller book.

Peter Ives, 31, orig­i­nally from Seer Green and Robert Ed­wards 47, who went to Che­sham Gram­mar School, then called Che­sham High have writ­ten the thriller, The Devil’s Mine.

The pair started writ­ing the book five years ago and the set­ting is split be­tween Amer­sham and Corn­wall.

Mr Ives said: “The main drive was to cre­ate a thriller set in the real world, with fan­tasy el­e­ments. It is a young adult thriller, we were in­spired by Philip Pull­man’s books.

“It has been ex­cit­ing to get it pub­lished. The dream would be to write full time. We are both very creative and that would be ideal.”

The pair wrote to­gether in con­fer­ence rooms in Mis­senden Abbey as well as in cafes in Amer­sham and Bea­cons­field.

The thriller is about a se­cret that the mines in Corn­wall are hid­ing, which is in­ves­ti­gated by a teenager, Jack Ty­ack.

The book has been writ­ten un­der the pen name Elliott G.Allen and can be bought on Ama­zon.

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