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Critical Essay by Robert Bell

The setting [for The Watch House] is again the north-east coast, again the 'feel' of this part of the country is marvellously well conveyed, and the native character, dialect and turn of phrase are absolutely genuine….

Anne becomes involved in supernatural activities which will chill young spines in no uncertain manner…. Well up to Robert Westall standards, this one. Boys and girls alike will revel in it, and it is a 'must', particularly for Machine-gunners addicts.

Robert Bell, "'The Watch House'," in The School Librarian, Vol. 26, No. 3, September, 1978, p. 264.

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