‘Mad, bad and dangerous to gnaw’ (Cotswold Life)
Set in the Cotswolds, this is the next instalment in the adventures of Inspector Hobbes, Mrs Goodfellow and Dregs, as narrated by the still disaster-prone Andy Caplet. It is a rip roaring, funny and moving tale of Andy's infatuation with a dangerously beautiful woman, starting off during investigations into sheep deaths and the mysterious disappearance of pheasants. These incidents appear to be connected to a rash of big cat sightings, and something horrible seems to be lurking in the woods.
Is Andy’s comedy romance cursed to be unsuccessful, or is the curse something much darker, something that will arouse his primeval terrors?
'Love may be on the horizon but, beware, something wicked this way comes.'
This new comedy fantasy book series is suitable for teenagers and upwards.
Read these new humorous mysteries and you'll never look at The Cotswolds in the same way again. This is the second novel in the series featuring the same memorable characters, but it is not necessary to have read the first, as all the books are stand-alone novels and can be read individually.
'far out fantasy full of odd characters and action' Jo Ann Hakola (http://bkfaerie.blogspot.co.uk)
'Inspector Hobbes and the Curse is very much the funny mans Sherlock Holmes' Scarlet Aingeal (http://scarletaingeal.booklikes.com)
‘an amusing fantasy take-off on Sherlock Holmes and Watson’ Nancy Famolari (http://nancyfamolari.blogspot.co.uk)
‘I had fun relaxing with this novel, cigar in hand’ Anders Mikkelsen (http://koeur.wordpress.com)