When the hapless Andy Caplet, then an inept local reporter, is first assigned to Inspector Hobbes he has no idea what horrors his future holds. Besides coming to terms with Hobbes’s weirdness and with the bizarre eccentricities of Mrs Goodfellow, he soon realises that not everyone is what they appear to be.
Who is behind the crime wave in town? Is it possible to catch vampirism from false teeth? And why is the secret to the mystery in the blood? These are just some of the questions Andy must answer as he struggles to make sense of this new world he’s been plunged into.
‘I ought to tell you, dear, he can get rather wild when he’s hungry’
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MAGAZINE AND BLOG REVIEWS: Inspector Hobbes and the Blood by Wilkie Martin
‘Odd, inventive, and genuinely very funny indeed’ Katie Jarvis, Cotswold Life
Cotswold Life review by Katie Jarvis – Christmas 2013 Edition, page 116 – Inspector Hobbes and the Blood: unhuman I by Wilkie Martin
‘Plotting moves quickly from event to event, establishing interesting characters along the way’, ‘It was fun and entertaining’
Review: Inspector Hobbes and the Blood by Wilkie Martin – books reviews forevermore http://clsiewert.wordpress.com/2014/08/06/inspector-hobbes-and-the-blood-by-wilkie-martin/
‘How to describe the books? Well, if you like Terry Pratchett, Tom Sharpe or Tom Holt then this is the book for you. If you like absurdity, good writing, mouth-watering descriptions of food and humour then you will love this book. I did.’
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15 April 2017