Set in Scotts Hotel
THE BLOODY BOKHARA
Both are Will Stock Mallorca
When the owner of a small
luxury hotel finds a bloody,
bludgeoned corpse in the library, he is naturally upset ...
How in the world will he ever get out the stains?
Reviews of The Bloody Bokhara
By turns funny,
erudite, offbeat and pacey, this is a crackingly good mystery, and,
just as a bonus, a smart guide to the hidden treasures of the uspoilt
bits of the island of Mallorca. Ashleigh Hewitt
Will Stock is
an admirable addition to the rogues gallery of current sleuths.
Older, wiser, better read and more imbued with irony than most of them,
hes a reluctant shamus who really wants to be left alone to run
his smart little hotel, but who cant seem to stay clear of trouble.
A sophisticated trawl though the upper echelons of the new belle monde
Mallorca. Perpendicular Press Reviews
impersonations, red herrings galore, and even an improbable love interest
for its middle-aged protagonist. An array of the usual ingredients are
there, shaken about into a lightly-frothed, mildly-spiked, cooling quaff
for a hot afternoon on a warm island. The Mystery
of The Chewed Caucasian
'Some stolen emeralds,
the Russian Mafia, the Brothers Karamazov, a crooked bank and
the Guardia Civil. Even
a dollop of Jane Austen. They all add up to a cocktail of headaches
for a reluctant hotel gumshoe. Great fun!' The
'Another fast paced romp
for Will Stock, Mallorca hotel owner and reluctant sleuth.
He couldn't just leave
the emeralds where he found them.' Robert Sandling Reviews
'Will Stock is back, traipsing
around photogenic Mallorca, hot on the heels of
but mercilessly browbeaten by his ex-wife, his children, his accountant,
his hotel staff, the Guardia Civil, and virtually everyone else who
crosses his path. Funny
...' Crime Fiction Magazine
'Seriously comic stuff
-- sharp but sympathetic sketches of the cunning natives, rude
cartoons of ghastly bankers,
and a panoply of memorable characters like a refugee
from a Jane Austen novel,
Mafia hitmen, and the Brothers Karamzov, especially
reincarnated for the occasion.'
The Mister-E Website
Individual copies of The Bloody
Bokhara or The Chewed Caucasiona are available by
post by writing to: Scott's
Hotel, Plaza Iglesia 12, 07350 Binissalem, Mallorca, Spain.
The email number for ordering
The telephone contact is Scotts
Hotel (+34) 971 870 100
The fax number for ordering
is (+34) 971 870 267
The price of a single copy
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In US$, the price of a single
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