The Agathas

Pages: 416
Imprint: Rock the Boat

The Agathas

Kathleen Glasgow, Liz Lawson

It's the biggest mystery of the summer. Fans of One of Us Is Lying and Riverdale won't want to miss this YA thriller by international bestseller Kathleen Glasgow and Liz Lawson.
9780861544776 (5 May 2022)
RRP £8.99

The Book

‘Part Agatha Christie, part Veronica Mars, and completely entertaining.' Karen M. McManus, author of One Of Us Is Lying

The most popular girl in school is dead - and everyone's blaming the wrong guy.

When Alice Ogilvie ran away last summer, her disappearance was Castle Cove's biggest mystery. But then her ex-best friend Brooke Donovan vanishes. Initially dismissed as a copycat case, Alice suspects there is something darker at play.

Joined by outsider and unlikely investigative partner Iris Adams, Agatha Christie-obsessed Alice sets out to get to the bottom of what is really happening in Castle Cove. There are clues the police are ignoring and a list of suspects a mile long. But Alice and Iris have no idea just how many secrets their little town is hiding... 

Additional Information

Pages 416
Imprint Rock the Boat


About the Author


‘Part Agatha Christie, part Veronica Mars, and completely entertaining.' 

- Karen M. McManus, author of One Of Us Is Lying

‘Full of twists, mysteries and so much heart, The Agathas will keep you up late guessing who-exactly-dunit. Perfect for readers who like their thrillers with an extra dose of fun!' 

- Erin A. Craig, author of House of Salt and Sorrows

‘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

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