Had It Not Been For The Traditional Antiques Show In The Small Town Of Bagshawe Broome, Henry Burgess Would Surely Have Died Unnoticed And Unmourned A Reclusive Old Man With A Reputed Penchant For Loud Rock Music, He Had Lived Alone For Years In A Rambling Mansion His Death Stirred Interest Only Because Of The Unexpected Value Of The Objets D Art He Left Behind Why Did They Bear Initials That Weren T Henry S Were They Stolen The Irrepressible Inspector Jack Mosley Teams Up With The Way But Resigned Sergeant Beamish For Their Last Case Together Burrowing Through The Old Man S Waste Bin, They Find Foreign Milk Bottles And A Pair Of Pink Knickers Together Mosley And Beamish Dodge Angry Bikers And A Nettled Superintendent To Solve A Most Puzzling Case Of Deception And Double Crossing
John Buxton Hilton was a British crime writer After his war service in the army he became an Inspector of schools, before retiring in 1970 to take up full time writing.He wrote the Superintendent Simon Kenworthy series and the Inspector Thomas Brunt series, as well as the Inspector Mosley series under the pseudonym John Greenwood Hilton died in Norwich.
- Mass Market Paperback
- 160 pages
- What, Me, Mr. Mosley?
- John Buxton Hilton
- 15 October 2018 John Buxton Hilton