Shortlisted for the Crimefest Best Crime Fiction Novel for Children
A hilarious new story about the world's worst detectives, by the bestselling author of the Alex Rider series, Anthony Horowitz. The Diamond Brothers are in the soup and in it over their heads. With thrills and spills, and jokes on every page, this new Diamond Brothers novel will have young readers howling with laughter.
Where Seagulls Dare: A Diamond Brothers Case Synopsis
Private investigators Tim and Nick Diamond haven't had a case for three months and are down to their last cornflake. So when a glamorous woman comes into their office offering them a pile of cash to find her missing father, they think Christmas has come - only it turns out they are the turkeys!
Before they know it, they are caught up in a case involving bike-riding hitmen, superhackers and a sinister far right organisation, the White Crusaders.
With thrills and spills, puns and jokes, this cracking adventure story is a hoot. -- Emma Lee Potter - Daily Mirror
This is an hilarious story full of dare devil escapades, plot twists and laugh out loud moments. It will keep you gripped throughout. -- . - The Primary Times
With a superabundance of thrills and spills, jokes on virtually every page and Mark Beech's droll, disarming illustrations, this latest Diamond Brothers story will have readers hooting with laughter from start to finish. -- Jill Bennett -Red Reading Hub
About Anthony Horowitz
Anthony Horowitz is one of the most prolific writers working in the UK, and is unique for working in so many areas – juggling books, TV series, films, plays and journalism. Anthony has written over 50 books, including the bestselling Alex Rider teen spy series, which is estimated to have sold 21 million copies worldwide and has been filmed for TV, and the thrilling fantasy-adventure series, The Power of Five. He was made a CBE for services to Literature.
He was invited by the Ian Fleming estate to write the James Bond novel, Trigger Mortis and his most recent novel, Magpie Murders was a Sunday Times bestseller. Anthony also wrote the highly acclaimed Sherlock Holmes novels, The House of Silk and Moriarty. He has won numerous awards, including the Bookseller Association/Nielsen Author of the Year Award, the Children's Book of the Year Award at the British Book Awards, and the Red House Children's Book Award. Click here to read more information about the author.