‘Heads You Lose’

Book 2 in the ‘Lifting the Lid’ series

'Heads You Lose'

Cover design by Brian Ground from an original painting by Penny Philcox © 2014

‘A highly entertaining, well-constructed screwball comedy that is as enjoyable as it is well written.’ – Keith Nixon for Big Al’s Books and Pals

‘Masterfully planned and executed… It tickled my funny bone in all the right places.’ – Joanne Armstrong for Ingrid Hall Reviews

The assignment in Greece might have been the answer to Trevor and Sandra’s problems except for one thing. Someone was trying to frame them for murder… with a watermelon.

‘Money for old rope,’ Sandra had said when they accepted the job of looking after the ageing Marcus Ingleby at his villa in Greece, but when a neighbour brings a gift for the old man, the prospect of spending most of the rest of their lives in a Greek prison becomes a terrifying reality.

Meanwhile, Ingleby has problems of his own. During his seventy-odd years, his cupboard has accumulated plenty of skeletons, one of which is about to be rattled by a couple of ex-cons and a retired police inspector from his murky past.

Heads You Lose is the sequel to Lifting the Lid and the second book in the ‘Lifting the Lid’ series, featuring Sandra Gray, Trevor Hawkins and his incorrigible dog, Milly.

Heads You Lose is available as a Kindle e-book and as a paperback.

B and P Readers' Choice Award

‘Heads You Lose’ shortlisted for B and P Readers’ Choice Award 2015

Click here to read the first four chapters.

Click here to read reviews.

Click here for details of Dishing the Dirt (Book 3 of the Lifting the Lid series).

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