The start of the New York Times bestselling mystery series for fans of One of Us Is Lying and Riverdale from Girl in Pieces author, Kathleen Glasgow and Liz Lawson
A Waterstones Best Teenage & YA Book of 2022!
‘Full of twists, mysteries and so much heart.’ Erin A. Craig, author ofHouse of Salt and Sorrows
The most popular girl in school is dead. And everyone’s blaming the wrong guy.
After falling from grace last summer, Agatha Christie-obsessed Alice Ogilvie needs to stay out of trouble. While smart and reclusive Iris Adams just wants to get the hell out of Castle Cove. But now they have a murder to solve. There are clues the police are ignoring, a list of suspects a mile long and some very dangerous cliffs. Amateur detectives Alice and Iris are about to uncover just how many secrets their sleepy seaside town is hiding…
‘Thrilling.’ Cosmopolitan, Best New Releases
‘A propulsive mystery starring two unlikely friends who give Nancy Drew a run for her money.’ Jessica Goodman, author of They’ll Never Catch Us
Kathleen Glasgow is the New York Times bestselling author of Girl in Pieces and How to Make Friends with the Dark and has been published in 26 countries. She lives in Tucson, Arizona, where she works in an office by day and spins stories by night. You can find her on Twitter @kathglasgow, on Instagram as @misskathleenglasgow or on her website kathleenglasgowbooks.com.
Liz Lawson is the author of The Lucky Ones, a Kirkus Reviews Best Book of 2020, and the New York Times bestselling YA thriller The Agathas which she co-wrote with NYT Bestselling author Kathleen Glasgow. She lives outside of Washington DC with her family and two cats.
‘A propulsive mystery starring two unlikely friends who give Nancy Drew a run for her money. With a totally satisfying and surprising ending, The Agathas is so, so much fun.’ Jessica Goodman, author of They’ll Never Catch Us
‘A twisty missing-girl mystery with two sharp-witted teen detectives you’ll instantly root for. Perfect for fans of Holly Jackson, Karen M. McManus and Kara Thomas!’ Kit Frick, author of I Killed Zoe Spanos
‘This whip-smart novel had me hooked from page one, with wisecracking teen detectives, Agatha Christie references galore, and a killer mystery. I freakin’ loved this book, and in my opinion, Alice Ogilvie and Iris Adams can definitely sit with Nancy Drew and Veronica Mars at lunch.’ Kate Williams, author of Never Coming Home
'Impossible not to devour.' Rachael Lippincott, New York Times bestselling coauthor of She Gets the Girl
'Worthy of the Queen of Crime herself.' Nerd Daily
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