Thursday, October 25, 2018

Carole P. Roman's Review on: A Stone's Throw (Inspector Stone Mysteries Book 5) by Alex R Carver, featured on


's review 

No rest for the weary! Inspector Stone is back and this time he taking some time off to reconnect with life in bucolic Dartmoor. Intrigued when he spies a wildcat, he overhears the owner of the hotel discussing her affair.

When she turns up dead the next day, Stone must hang up his camera and take on a new assignment. With reporter Louisa Orchard at his side, Stone grapples with the hostile crowd vacationing in the hotel, a freak storm, and a suspicious police constable who suspect Stone of murder.

Tense, well-written with shades of Agatha Christie, Carver shows a more human side to Stone as we get to know the Inspector better.

1 comment:

  1. Carole, thanks for reviewing A Stone's Throw for us. It sounds great, and the cover is beautiful.