Swaine engages the services of Jo Cash to find out why her husband is being
blackmailed, and of David Booker to act for her in selling some rare books to
finance the investigations. Two suicides later and the pair are in the midst of
a really unusual case.
enjoyed this because it isn’t the usual ‘whodunnit’ murder, but is a genuine
mystery with an art connection. I feel you would need to read the first book,
Bad Sons, to get the most out of the situation here. Oliver Tidy’s writing is
always a delight and I love the humour in these stories too. A really good