The Case of Robert Quarry

Andrew Garve

15 March 2012
184 pages


A tense, cleverly devised game of bluff and double-bluff . . .

Most successful men make enemies but Robert Quarry, a rich and ruthless industrialist, had more than his share.

Feeling was running high at Quarry’s strike-bound factory in the Midlands. Threats were commonplace. When his battered body was found in a wrecked car, everything pointed to the strikers . . .

But one thing puzzled Detective Chief Superintendent Burns – why had Quarry fixed an alibi for himself on the night he was killed?

‘A tightly written and plotted exercise in deduction, quite absorbing’ Yorkshire Post