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Print Price: $14.00

320 pp.
129 mm x 198 mm


Publication date:
February 2021

Imprint: OUP UK

A Double Detectives Medical Mystery: Diagnosis Danger

Roopa Farooki

Ali and Tulip know all about being medics. They know something about being detectives too, which is a good job because there's a new case that needs their skills.

A fun fresh take on the detective genre, full of excitement, humour, and medical know-how!

Readership : 9+ fans of mystery writers like Robin Stevens, Katherine Woodfine, and Sharna Jackson.

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Roopa Farooki was born in Lahore in Pakistan, and brought up in London. She graduated from New College, Oxford in 1995 and worked in advertising before turning to write fiction for adults, two of which were nominated for the Orange Prize. Not satisfied with being a prize-winning, internationally successful author, Roopa then decided to train as a doctor. Roopa lives in North London with her husband and children.

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Special Features

  • Aspirational #OwnVoices authorDL Roopa Farooki is an award-winning adult novelist, mum of four (including twins) and newly qualified junior doctor.
  • Packed with real medical facts; this brand new fiction series encourages readers to develop an interest in medicine and STEM subjects.
  • Accessible middle grade fiction perfect for fans of the Murder Most Unladylike series and other detective dramas.
  • Pacy, sparky writing with both excitement and humour.
  • Medical based dramas are hugely popular on TV, and this book taps into that fascination.
  • Detective stories with strong characters at their heart retail real market strength, and this is a new, fresh take on the genre.