A film company comes to town and Detective Inspector Romney makes himself a powerful enemy. There are scores to settle. There’s going to be a reckoning and it’ll end in tears. Someone’s out for revenge. The lid’s off and so are the gloves. This time it’s personal. (That’s enough clichés).
Like Grimes’ diarrhoea, the third instalment of the Romney and Marsh Files builds to an explosive climax.
Some Amazon comments on the Romney and Marsh Files:
“I have read all three of the Romney and Marsh files and have enjoyed many hours of entertainment.”
“I've read all three in the series of Inspector Romney... I have enjoyed them immensely and would recommend that they all be made into films or TV series.”
“As with the others in the series the author sets a good pace with interesting character elements and a plot which keeps you interested throughout.”
“Done all three books now in this trilogy and been surprised how much I have enjoyed them as I have not read crime novels before.”
“I have read all 3 books in this series in the last month, I hope there will be more to come from this author as I have really enjoyed them.”
“This is the third book of the Romney and Marsh series I have read or should I say devoured in less than a week.”
“Excellent book. I hope this is not the last book in the Romney and Marsh series that Mr Tidy writes. Really enjoyed all three books.”
I am currently working on the first in my Booker and Cash stories Bad Sons and the fourth in the Romney and Marsh Files, provisionally titled Matters of Life and Death. After I have made these available on ebook, I’ll be tackling the third Acer Sansom, probably.