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Summary

Frankly, Agaton Sax should know better than to go on vacation. At least, this time, he’s managed to enjoy some rest and relaxation without stumbling into a criminal conspiracy.

On the way home, however, it’s a different story...from a slow train through Brosnia to a castle in Edinburgh and onwards to a motorboat speeding across the North Sea, Agaton Sax is up against a criminal mastermind who is almost - but not quite - as clever as he is.

And there’s garlic. Far too much garlic.

The Agaton Sax series of books were first published in Sweden, later being translated into English and printed with illustrations by much-loved artist Quentin Blake (perhaps best known for his work on the books of Roald Dahl). The English translations became immensely popular, achieving the status of the most re-issued mystery and detective series in the history of Nordic children's literature.

Now, for the first time, Oak Tree Books is proud to publish the entire Agaton Sax series in audio format, newly translated for the next generation and expertly narrated by Barnaby Eaton-Jones.

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