Murder in Regent’s Park
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First published as Game of Chance under A. C. Koning.
1929. War veteran, Frederick Rowlands, has escaped the bustle of London to a small holding in Kent. Despite the challenges of his blindness, Fred has established a secure life for his family in the countryside. But things are not as they seem …
One afternoon, Fred bumps into an old friend, Chief Inspector Douglas, who asks for his assistance in uncovering the killer of an alluring dancer. The serenity of Fred’s life in Kent ends abruptly when he is transported back into the whirlwind of London, where he confronts his past life.
Fred and Chief Inspector Douglas have little luck in solving the mystery of the dancer. Instead, they become entrapped in an ominous game of chance, where everything is at risk …
Blind Detective Series (2)
What The Critics Said
"Touch, hearing, smell and visual memory created such a full world that it was hard to believe it hadn’t been described visually"
"Vivid, detailed… Rowlands comes to life in a way that few fictional characters do… an excellent read"
Jessica Mann, Literary Review