Strange Lies cover image

supposedly, it was moments like these
that made people realize
what really mattered in life.

Only at Winship Academy would an evening science expo turn into a criminal fiasco. First, there’s the anonymous boy in the girls’ bathroom handing out drugs to anyone with the secret password. Then the student body president is maimed in a horrifying and tragic accident—but was it an accident or an attack?


Published by Simon Pulse

praise for Strange Truth.

The definition of a page turner. Thrash's unique ability to balance humor, mystery, and teen angst blew me away. Hilarious, twisty, and full of unforgettable characters--this is damn good stuff.

Thrash's writing is so good I found myself re-reading sentences for the sheer pleasure and surprise of them. This not your typical boarding school/high school novel, it's way more fun. Go Wildcats!

To read this deeply bizarre book as a straightforward whodunit would be to completely miss the point...[Thrash] has a thrillingly deft hand with language – it’s both pinpointedly specific and observationally exhilarating.

A fast-paced, sassy, and sultry whodunit...This work is a fine mix of teen angst and high school drama with a smooth twist of mystery and intrigue.