I am Caleb Loh and I am 13 years old. I’m currently enrolled in Hwa Chong Institution.
I first started writing when I was in P3. My interest was sparked from reading mystery and suspense stories, which were inspirations for my works, like Sherlock Holmes and Hercule Poirot. Writing was an almost natural way for me to express my feelings and thoughts, as well as weave a story that others can enjoy.
Addison Hughes and the Smugglers Murder was my second attempt at penning and weaving a story of my own, and I thought it went quite well!
Later, in P5, I wrote Jack and Jill with 2 friends and we managed to create a story of some 80,000 words in 3 months. Although looking back I can find discrepancies and some parts I would definitely have liked to tweak, I am quite proud that I made the first step to try something I like!
I hope you will enjoy reading my works.
Books by Caleb Loh
What happens when Dexter Earles, a smuggler and the rival of Gerald Butler, is murdered and Mr Fred Jones is accused? Can they find the real culprit, the real killer and the real mastermind?
A group of detectives spanning different nationalities must work together to solve a murder. What they did not see coming was more murders, empty chases, red herrings and numerous attempts on their lives. Set in the 1960s, explore the international murder mystery collaboratively written by a young well-versed trio.