“Inspector Stanford’s Conversion” by Sam Napier is published
A detective thriller full of intrigue, twists & turns involving international organizations
About the Book:
Inspector Anne Stanford, on sick-leave from the CID, visits Italy with an aunt who expects to receive the Visconti prize for biotechnology. First they are told that the prize should have been awarded to someone else; then they discover that it never existed. So why did someone pretend that it did? And is Anne Stanford going to take on another case when she has earned the right to a break from policing and especially from her Chief Inspector Crabtree?
A tale of intrigue involving multinationals and at the same time a story with a strong West Country flavour, Inspector Stanford’s conversion is a detective thriller full of twists and turns. With a strong storyline and a fine cast of characters, it is compelling reading from first to last page.
Dr. Mark A. Corner
5.0 out of 5 stars A traditional and compelling whodunit
A whodunit with a West Country flavour, by a writer with a good style and a scientific background to make a plot full of twists and turns credible. The characters are genuine, not at all wooden – and the tension between Inspector Anne Stanford and Chief Inspector Crabtree adds relish to the tensions in the plot itself. I finished this in one sitting – which is unusual for me with any novel. With a strong main character, a clever plot and a West Country flavour, it has the mastery of Miss Marple on the 4.50 from Paddington… while the scenes in Italy prevent it from being too ‘provincial’ – think of Stanford and Crabtree as like Morse and Lewis in that wonderful episode ‘The Death of the Self’… Altogether a great read!
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