Cheating the Hangman
Detective Oliver Woods makes his literary debut as England's greatest mind of the early 20th century. With his successes comes his quirks, and left without any crimes to solve, he is soon convinced that he is dying a slow and painful death of boredom. Meeting with friend Tom Collins, detective Woods is submerged into a triangle of red herrings, broken hearts and past histories. Will he ever find the murderer, or for the first time will he be unable to solve a case? HOW did the murderer successfully enter and exit the house without leaving behind even one strand of hair? WHY did Mr. Collins have to die? WHO killed him? "The parlor was filled with anxiety, as the onset of suspicion plagued the faces of the guests. The moon just began to glow over the horizon as the light graciously perforated the windows."
- Paperback | 104 pages
- 148.08 x 209.8 x 6.1mm | 195.04g
- 20 Jun 2011
- London, United Kingdom