Wilkie Martin releases Inspector Hobbes and the Gold Diggers

October 3, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Cirencester writer Wilkie Martin continues the exciting comedy crime fantasy adventures of Inspector Hobbes with Inspector Hobbes and the Gold Diggers, the third book in his unhuman series.

The still disaster-prone Andy Caplet continues to narrate his adventures with police detective Inspector Hobbes as they take a well-earned holiday in the Blacker Mountains where Andy discovers a skeleton, the last remains of his new love interest’s husband.

Back in the sleepy Cotswold town of Sorenchester Andy tries to make sense of Hobbes’s investigation into a gold-robbery at Grossman’s Bank, managed by a soup eating vampire, and sees Hobbes nearly floored by an unexpected American visitor.

Sample the first two chapters for FREE at Book2Look (a new book previewing website) http://www.book2look.co.uk/vBook.aspx?id=o8I6rbXQPo ‘Once again I was transported into another world where the characters are interesting and build in tandem with the story line.

This author has become one of my favourites as he uses his characters to showcase a dry wit in tense situations.

No one character leaves the story unscathed by this rapier like wit’ (Koeur’s Book Reviews http://koeur.wordpress.com/2014/09/29/review-inspector-hobbes-and-the-gold-diggers-by-wilkie-martin/)

Inspector Hobbes and the Gold Diggers is published by The Witcherley Book Company. It is available in paperback and eBook from all major online retailers.

There is a FREE book giveaway for 2 signed paperback copies on GoodReads that can be entered with a facebook or GoodReads logon.

The draw is on 31 October 2014 http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/23253695-inspector-hobbes-and-the-gold-diggers. All the unhuman series are stand-alone novels and are suitable for teenagers and upwards, and include Inspector Hobbes and the Blood (unhuman I) – ‘Odd, inventive, and genuinely very funny indeed’ (Cotswold Life), and Inspector Hobbes and the Curse (unhuman II) – ‘far out fantasy full of odd characters and action’ (Jo Ann Hakola http://bkfaerie.blogspot.co.uk/2014/06/inspector-hobbes-and-curse-by-wilkie.html), ‘It’s a Holmesian spoof’ (Carol Siewert http://carols.booklikes.com/post/881775/supernatural-holmes).

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