An Inch of Time

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Crème de la Crime, 2012 - Fiction - 234 pages
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Private investigator Chris Honeysett must unlock the secrets of a Greek island paradise if he is to find a missing woman . . . Chris Honeysett, artist and private investigator, receives an unexpected job offer that suddenly presents him with not only a solution to his lack of funds but also the chance to escape the British weather. A man working on behalf of a large supermarket chain asks him to travel to the Greek island of Corfu to track down one of their employees who has gone missing. An all-expenses paid trip to a sunny island paradise – what could go wrong? Chris Honeysett is about to find out . . .

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An Inch of Time: A Chris Honeysett Mystery

User Review  - Teresa L. Jacobsen - Book Verdict

Artist and PI Chris Honeysett welcomes the chance to work in Corfu but finds the idyllic setting isn't quite paradise. This is the fourth case (after Rainstone Fall) for the idiosyncratic sleuth. Read full review


User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Tiny cups of coffee strong enough to pave potholes and glasses of cheap, terrible Greek red wine introduce a desultory private eye to life on Corfu.It's a cold, damp, penniless April in Bath when ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Born in Germany, Peter Helton now lives in Bath, Somerset. He has a Fine Art degree, and paints and exhibits regularly in London, Cornwall and Bath, writing in his spare time. As well as the Chris Honeysett mystery series, he is the author of the DI Liam McLusky series.

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