The new and unusual case for Detectives Brock and Poole - One Saturday night, a masked gunman walks into a jazz club and murders the drummer. Very soon, Detective Chief Inspector Brock and Detective Sergeant Poole find themselves taking an interest in the guests at a party in Surrey's stockbroker belt, which leads them to look again at a five-year-old robbery and to interview a dozen or so armed robbers. The killer is eventually arrested, but not before numerous extra-marital affairs come to light and a bullion van is attacked...
The sixth installment of Graham Ison's Brock and Poole Mystery series finds the two detectives investigating the murder of jazz drummer Rod Skinner, who was gunned down at a popular, crowded nightclub. With so many witnesses - and suspects - present at the time of the shooting, Brock and Poole find themselves in the middle of a true head-scratcher that unveils a seemingly endless amount of lurid details that only muddle the case even further. Drumfire is an entertaining corker that is given a lightness of touch by Damian Lynch, who imbues the rollicking plot with a wonderfully sly wit.
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