Eugene Blake has gone missing and it’s up to amateur detective Christina Walker to do everything she can to find him.
She uses her sleuthing skills to uncover a cache of notebooks that she is certain will hold the answer to Eugene’s fate.
Meanwhile Eugene is at the centre of his own mystery that he is desperately trying to solve.
The Fat Detective Disappears is the ingenious final puzzle in the Eugene Blake Trilogy by London novelist Christian Hayes.
Read now to discover Eugene’s final mystery…
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When Eugene fills out an online dating profile he does not expect it to lead to his next case.
But his search for love triggers a mystery involving a glamorous (straight-to-video) movie actress, a shadowy society known as The Brotherhood of Broken Hearts and a fictitious 1940s New York detective. Oh, and he might just fall in love along the way.
This all means that Eugene is forced to put on his raincoat and head out into the rain-soaked city again.
Captivating, inventive and mysterious, The Fat Detective in Love is the second exciting book in the Eugene Blake trilogy by London novelist Christian Hayes.
Read now to find how Eugene's journey as the most under-qualified detective in London continues...
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And someone seems to have misplaced the Antichrist . . .
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