Photobomb (Lethal Lit, Novel #2) (Paperback)

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Riverdale meets Veronica Mars in this second original novel based on the hit podcast Lethal Lit!

Lethal Lit follows Tig Torres, a Cuban-American teen detective in her hometown of Hollow Falls. In the first season of the hit podcast series from Einhorn’s Epic Productions, Tig uses her smarts, fearlessness, and relentless focus to track down the infamous “Lit Killer.”

This second original Lethal Lit story takes place after the events of season two, when Tig and her friends investigate the mysterious deaths surrounding a new hotel opening in Hollow Falls. Now, follow Tig as she solves a brand new mystery in her hometown with help from her friends Max, Wyn, and Ella.

While visiting Hollow Falls’s local art gallery, Tig runs into Darsi, someone she knew back in New York. But an old friend isn't the only unexpected thing Tig finds at the gallery. Tig spots a murder happening in the background of one of the photos in the gallery exhibit. But who was murdered -- and who is the killer?

Tig and her friends, including Darsi, are determined to find out what happened to the woman in the photograph. But they don’t realize that they’re being watched. The murder captured in the photo has gone undiscovered for decades -- and someone is willing to kill to keep it that way.

Told from Tig’s first-person POV and featuring tons of podcast interstitials, this is a brand-new story not heard on the podcast!

About the Author


Micol Ostow has written over 50 works for readers of all ages, including projects based on properties like Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Charmed, and most recently, Mean Girls: A Novel. As a child she drew her own Archie comics panels, and in her former life as an editor she published the Betty & Veronica Mad Libs game. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband and two daughters who are also way too pop culture-obsessed. Visit her online at micolostow.com.

Praise For…


Praise for Murder of Crows:

"[A] brisk, absorbing mystery. . . Gruesomely cool." -- Kirkus Reviews

"Filled with fun and scary moments, this is the perfect book for those who love engrossing crime-based tales with a twist." -- Booklist

A Junior Library Guild Selection



Product Details
ISBN: 9781338795486
ISBN-10: 1338795481
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
Publication Date: October 4th, 2022
Pages: 304
Language: English