- Publisher: Head of Zeus
- Format: Paperback | 336 pages
- Dimensions: 129mm x 198mm x 25mm | 240g
- Publication date: 27 February 2014
- Publication City/Country: London
- ISBN 10: 1781851867
- ISBN 13: 9781781851869
- Sales rank: 109,382
Gower Street, London, 1882: Sidney Grice, London's most famous personal detective, is expecting a visitor. He drains his fifth pot of morning tea, and glances outside, where a young, plain woman picks her way between the piles of horse-dung towards his front door. March Middleton is Sidney Grice's ward, and she is determined to help him on his next case. Her guardian thinks women are too feeble for detective work, but when a grisly murder in the slums proves too puzzling for even Sidney Grice's encyclopaedic brain, March Middleton turns out to be rather useful after all...Set in a London still haunted by the spectre of the infamous Spring-heeled Jack, THE MANGLE STREET MURDERS is for those who like their crime original, atmospheric, and very, very funny.
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Martin Kasasian was raised in Lancashire. He has had careers as varied as a factory hand, wine waiter, veterinary assistant, fairground worker and dentist. He lives with his wife, in Suffolk in the summer and in a village in Malta in the winter.
'One of the most delightful and original new novels of the year, this is the first in a series that could well become a cult. Grice and Middleton promise to become a positive treat. Catch them now' Daily Mail. 'Kasasian's sparkling debut introduces a memorable new detective duo.' Publishers Weekly. 'Funny, fresh and sharply plotted... starring a detective duo to rival Holmes and Watson.' Goodreads.