Anthony Horowitz

Anthony Horowitz is a prolific English writer and novelist known for his works in mystery and suspense. He has created several popular series such as the Alex Rider series for young adults, the Sherlock Holmes and James Bond novels for adults, and the television series 'Foyle's War' among other works. His writing often includes complex plots, engaging characters, and a blend of action and intrigue.


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  1. 1. Stormbreaker

    A 14-year-old boy named Alex Rider is suddenly thrust into the world of espionage after his uncle's mysterious death. Trained by MI6, he is sent on a dangerous mission to investigate a billionaire businessman who plans to distribute lethal viruses through computers. Using his wits and skills, Alex must stop this nefarious plan and save the world.

  2. 2. Point Blanc

    In this thrilling young adult spy novel, a teenage secret agent is sent to infiltrate an elite boarding school located in the French Alps, which caters to the troubled sons of the ultra-wealthy. Posing as a student, the protagonist must uncover the sinister truth behind the school's facade. As he delves deeper into the mystery, he discovers a chilling plot that threatens the lives of countless people. With high-stakes action and clever gadgets, the young spy must use his wits and skills to thwart the villainous scheme and save the day.

  3. 3. Skeleton Key

    In this thrilling young adult adventure, a teenage spy is sent on a mission to investigate a reclusive ex-Soviet general who has settled on an island named Skeleton Key, off the coast of Cuba. The protagonist uncovers a dangerous plot involving a catastrophic weapon with the potential to unleash a nuclear disaster. Teaming up with two American agents, the young spy must navigate a series of perilous encounters, outwit the general's sinister plans, and prevent a global catastrophe, all while maintaining his cover and trying to survive the deadly game of espionage.