The affair of the thirty-nine cufflinks by James Anderson, is written in the style of P.G Wodehouse, so it’s a great book. It all begins with Aunt Florrie, who has a great delight in constantly changing her will.
It’s at her funeral, that a murder is committed. In comes Chief Inspector Wilkins. It all takes place at the lovely Alderley, country mansion of Lord and Lady Bursford. With the help of their daughter, Geraldine, he has a job on his hands to find out who wanted one member of the family silenced!
I will be looking out for more of his books.