The Curious Disappearance of Professor Brown

THE EXCITING ILLUSTRATED HUMOROUS DETECTIVE BOOK OF 2014

Not all eighteen year olds would want to be a detective…

Especially when they don’t have a clue…

The Curious Disappearance of Professor Brown

or, The Pumpkin of Doom.

A Lawrence Pinkley Mystery

Pinkley 3DEighteen year old Lawrence Pinkley is Whitby’s greatest Private Detective. In fact, he’s Whitby’s only Private Detective.

Pinkley’s skills are called into play in the first case of a reluctant career.

One night, in a high security laboratory, a scientist mysteriously disappears, leaving behind an overly nervous assistant and a trail of pumpkin juice. Pinkley is hired to investigate the disappearance by the professor’s beautiful daughter, forcing him to quickly learn the skills he needs to solve his first major crime.

But every move Pinkley makes is being watched.

As he blunders from one clue to the next he stumbles across secret messages, talking pumpkins, the Russian mafia, and hired hitmen. His life now depends on him solving the case. Not to mention the future of mankind!

Available Now in Kindle and Full Colour Paperback

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“When I was a child I enjoyed looking at the artwork that went with the books I read, especially those that had some hidden information that added an extra layer to the story. And that was something I wanted to recreate with The Curious Disappearance of Professor Brown. Writing can sometimes be a lonely occupation, but teaming up with someone as talented and inspiring as Dylan Gibson, has made this book a complete joy to work on. Dylan’s illustrations bring an added dimension to the story that make the characters take on a life all of their own.”

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