The police inspector brightened. 'I must say that any suggestion of a motive would be a help. The deceased didn't appear to have any natural enemies.' 'We've all got natural enemies, Inspector. I think what poor Walkinshaw had were some unnatural ones.' Last Writes is a mischievously clever compendium of twenty-two short stories from the pen of classic crime author Catherine Aird. Not only do her much-loved police duo Detective Inspector Christopher Sloan and Detective Constable William Crosby feature, but also a host of new characters including the mysterious Malcolm Venables of the Secret Service. Full of delicious twists and turns, Last Writes is be a collection to curl up with and savour.
CATHERINE AIRD is the author of more than twenty crime novels and short story collections, most of which feature Detective Chief Inspector CD Sloan. She holds an honorary MA from the University of Kent and was made an MBE. Her other works include Amendment of Life and Little Knell. She lives in a village in East Kent. Apart from writing the successful Chronicles of Calleshire she has also written and edited a series of village histories a son et lumiere and a video.