The Spanish Connection

No 17 of my Rafferty & Llewellyn detective series

Coming end-Jan 2018: GAME OF BONES #18 Rafferty & Llewellyn Mystery Series


Game of Bones #18

Rafferty & Llewellyn Series

It will be at the Introductory Price of 99p / 99c for a few days only, after which it will revert to what will be its regular price of $3.99 / £2.99.

#18 Rafferty & Llewellyn Mystery Series

With one man who tried to get his colleague dismissed for theft. Another who had suddenly taken himself abroad on sabbatical. And a third who had kept quiet about an important piece of evidence during a murder investigation, nothing was what it seemed. Detective Inspector Joe Rafferty felt he had his work cut out sorting the truth from the lies.

And that was just the university staff…

But Detective Joe Rafferty had unfortunately only discovered these facts after he had arrested Professor Andrew Babbington for the murder of University Administrator, Rupert Hunter-York.

He had Babbington’s fingerprints on the murder weapon. His DNA on the murder victim. And the victim’s blood on his shirt. More than enough evidence to secure a conviction, after all. So why not?

However, Sergeant Dafyd Llewellyn remained unconvinced. But he had long admired Babbington, had a wife who lectured at the university, and was a university-educated intellectual himself. He managed to plant a niggle of doubt in Rafferty’s brain. A doubt that only grew as Rafferty started to get a case together for the Crown Prosecution Service.

Suddenly Rafferty found himself up against it. For he had to contend with a rugby scrum of intellectual academic types who all seemed gung-ho about Babbington’s guilt. He also had Llewellyn, who was equally gung-ho about his innocence. And when he thought about Superintendent Bradley, who had gone off on his autumn holiday sure that the case was in the bag . . .

As Rafferty battled to bring the case to a conclusion, he knew that Bradley would be furious at his failure in a case that was a ‘sure thing.’

He also knew that Bradley, his Nemesis, would be sure to make the most of it.


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The Author
Geraldine Evans is a British writer of police procedurals that contain a lot of humour and family drama Her15-strong Rafferty & Llewellyn series features DI Joe Rafferty, a London-Irish, working-class, lapsed Catholic, who comes from a family who think - if he must be a policeman - he might at least have the decency to be a bent one. Her 2-strong Casey & Catt series features DCI 'Will' Casey, a serious-minded, responsible policeman, whose 'the Sixties never died', irresponsible, drug-taking, hippie parents, pose particular problems of the embarrassing kind.
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