Peter Worthington was a global partner of a consulting firm until his retirement in 2006. He has spent 30 years in Asia and first arrived in Johore Bahru, Malaysia in 1963 as a Lieutenant in the British Army. He worked in Hong Kong from 1983-1990 and spent 10 years in Indonesia with his young family before moving to Singapore. He currently calls Malaysia his home. A prolific writer, he has also written a three-book series of space adventures, a series of stories on the environment and a series of picture books for young children.
I love ghost stories. I have loved them ever since I was a child growing up in a draughty old house in London. I was sure a friendly boy ghost visited my bedroom at night. Probably my imagination but that’s where Llewellyn, the boy ghost comes from combined with an old ruined castle I know in Wales. Llewellyn is a series of tales of how a 700 year old boy ghost teams up with an English boy and a very modern American girl as they set out to save the world from evil men who will stop at nothing until they rule the world.