An Evening with Elly Griffiths

Celebrated crime writer, Elly Griffiths, will be talking about and discussing her new book 'Now You See Them'.

Waterstones, Harrogate

Sunday 6th October, 2019 @ 5:30 pm

  • Book signing
  • In Conversation
  • Questions & Answers
  • Talk


About the Event

Ten years have passed since the events described in The Vanishing Box. Edgar Stephens is now a Superintendent and married to former DS Emma Holmes. Edgar's wartime partner in arms, magician Max Mephisto, is a movie star in Hollywood, while his daughter Ruby has her own TV show, Ruby Magic.

The funeral of Stan Parks, aka Diablo, actor and wartime comrade to Edgar and Max, throws the gang back together. The reunion sparks all sorts of feelings. Bob Willis, now a DI, is dealing with the disappearance of local schoolgirl Rhonda Miles. Emma, frustrated by living the life of a housewife and mother, keeps thinking how much better she would run the case. She is helped by Sam Collins, a female reporter also hampered by sexism at work. Sam notices a pattern with other missing girls. Edgar listens to the theory but doesn't give it much credence. He is preoccupied with the threatened invasion of Brighton by Mods and Rockers on the May Bank Holiday.

The case takes a more sinister turn when one of the missing girls is found dead. Then Ruby fails to turn up for a rendezvous and it becomes clear that she too has disappeared. Emma takes risks to track down the killer herself while Edgar is working flat out dealing with violent clashes between rival gangs on Brighton's seafront. With tension and anger hitting him on all sides, Edgar must keep the coolest of heads to track down the killer.

Elly will also be signing copies of this excellent thriller.

Make sure to book tickets for this event in advance as they are likely to sell out.

Venue Information

15 James Street
United Kingdom
Phone: 01423 531953

About the Book

Now You See Them
Now You See Them

Elly Griffiths

Publisher:Quercus Publishing

Publication date:3 Oct 2019


The fifth gripping Brighton-based mystery from the bestselling author of the Dr Ruth Galloway series - a must-read for fans of Agatha Christie, cosy crime and TV series such as Grantchester and Midsomer Murders