By Jim Eldridge
London, 1921. Prominent cupboard minister Lord Amersham has been shot useless outdoor his Regents Park domestic, bullets to the chest and one to the brow. The killing bears the hallmarks of a pro hit.
Tackling some of the most high-profile circumstances Scotland backyard has ever confronted, DCI Paul Stark is stressed to supply a brief outcome. Amersham’s colleague, Secretary of kingdom for the Colonies Winston Churchill, is confident the Bolsheviks are liable. Stark’s colleagues at targeted department think there’s a connection to the govt. talks occurring over Irish domestic Rule. Or may the rationale be attached to Lord Amersham’s scandalous deepest life?
Then there's a moment homicide, once more devoted via a professional marksman at shut diversity - and the case takes a terrifying new twist . . .