Untimely death is part of everyday life in the quirky English village of Upper Goosing – European Murder Destination of the Year 2015. And when Lady Peculiar's butler – a part-time comedian – is found drowned in mango chutney, Detective Inspector Clinton Trump comes blundering onto the scene – ready to shun logic, breach protocol and trust in his own gut instincts.
What will "South East England's greatest detective" uncover? Is her ladyship a murderess? Was the killer a comedy rival? Or are darker forces at work in this particular corner of Brokenshire? Join our self-proclaimed British detective genius, as he races against time to solve this very funny murder mystery – so he can play in a golf tournament without distraction!
The First Novel in the New 'Clinton Trump Detective Genius' Series from British Author Paul Mathews
This riotous new English detective spoof is murderously good fun from first page to last, as Inspector Trump and his unwanted sidekick, Constable Dinkel, encounter a procession of crazy comedy characters in the Great British countryside. Stuffed solid with British humour (or 'humor', if you're one of the many American tourists who visit Upper Goosing), its mix of hilarious spoof, black comedy, British farce, political satire, funny one-liners and downright silliness is guaranteed to generate tremendous titters across the very civilised world.
More amateur sleuth than professional investigator, Clinton Trump will bring a smile to your face like no other Trump has before, or probably ever will. So, jump aboard the Trump detection train, blow your Clinton trumpet and join the movement – Make Murder-Mystery Amusement Great Again!
A Word from Detective Inspector Clinton Trump:
"Greetings from Upper Goosing – the murder capital of Europe. You'll find the scenery, tea rooms and cake shops are well worth the risk of a premature, grisly death. But before purchasing this novel, please note that it only employs British English, as spoken by Her Majesty the Queen. I don't want anyone griping about me saying 'per cent' instead of 'percent', 'metre' instead of 'meter' or 'tea' instead of 'coffee'. If you must grumble, please do as the English do and complain only to yourself. And please note that, if you're planning on enjoying a cup of tea with this e-book, it's tea first, milk second. Thank you. Oh, and one more thing – I don't do autographs."