When Agatha Mills is killed in her home in the shadow of the British Museum, there is only one suspect - her husband Henry. For John Carlyle, it looks like a welcome chance for a quick win. But, much to the Inspector's annoyance, Henry refuses to confess. Worse, he comes up with an alternative version of events that is almost impossible to investigate.
Distracted by other cases, the Inspector just wants the Mills murder closed. But when a distraught Henry kills himself on the way to prison, doubts begin to surface. Slowly, Carlyle has to face up to the fact that the man may just have been telling the truth.
'Engaging, fast paced... a satisfying modern British crime novel' Shots
'Never Apologise, Never Explain is as close as you can get to the heartbeat of London. It may even cause palpitations when reading' It's a Crime Reviews
'Pacy and entertaining' The Times