Is it unwise to have: A LOVER TOO MANY

by ROY LEWIS

#ALoverTooMany #NetGalley

This short novel introduces Inspector John Crow. To date, there have been seven subsequent titles in the series.

This is an old fashioned mystery. There are no cell phones, IMs or computers, just the solving of the case.

Peter Marlin is in trouble. He is married to Jeannette who recently returned after an unexplained absence from home. During the time that she was away, Peter found a new relationship. Unfortunately for him, his wife is murdered and he looks pretty guilty.

Readers will enjoy trying to solve this case that is set in the 1960s. Can they figure everything out before the ethical Inspector Crow?

Many thanks to NetGalley and Joffe Books for this title. All opinions are my own.

This title was published on 14 Sep 2018.

PRAISE FOR ROY LEWIS MYSTERIES

“Each Lewis seems to better the last. Here is an intriguing puzzle and likely police work and a fine picture of Northumbrian society and countryside.” The Times

“Roy Lewis has demonstrated an enviable range both in geography and style…a nice neat story.” The Financial Times

“Lots of cunning complications embracing conservation and financial fiddles.” The Guardian


INSPECTOR JOHN CROW BOOKS
Book 1: A LOVER TOO MANY
Book 2: ERROR OF JUDGMENT
Book 3: THE WOODS MURDER
Book 4: MURDER FOR MONEY
Book 5: MURDER IN THE MINE
Book 6: A COTSWOLDS MURDER
Book 7: A FOX HUNTING MURDER
Book 8: A DARTMOOR MURDER

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