You will either love or hate our latest detective. Inspector Angel is an old-school policeman who tells it like it is. He is the only man for the job when murder strikes his Yorkshire town of Bromersley.
We're delighted to bring you three new mysteries starring this strong character. Author Roger Silverwood has a talent for highly unusual plotlines -- they are guaranteed to be something a little different.
BOOK 1: THE MISSING NURSE
A savage murder in an asylum has lain unsolved for twenty years. Is it connected to the recent disappearance of a local nurse?
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Book 2: THE MISSING WIFE
Lady Yvette, the beautiful wife of local MP Sir Charles Millhouse, is found choked to death in a reservoir.
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Book 3: THE MAN IN THE PINK SUIT
An art critic known for his pink suit was seen by four people committing murder. Against all evidence, Angel must prove his innocence.
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Bromersley is a market town at the bottom of the Pennines surrounded by stone and hawthorn-edged fields grazed by cattle and sheep. The town’s industry today includes the manufacture of ball bearings, whisky bottles, and Bromersley’s best bitter, which is considered the finest beer for miles around. Wednesday is market day, and the town centre is host to the frequent cries of stall-holders hawking their wares while the enticing smells of cheeses, coffees, foreign spices and fish and chips tempt your taste buds as you wander through the stalls. Bromersley folk are easy to befriend but many of the old people are stubborn and still buy their fruit and veg in pounds and ounces, not kilos and grams.
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