Book Review: Where There’s a Will (Inspector Stone, Book One) by Alex Carver

A lovely and well-written review for the first book in my Inspector Stone series, this makes 3 x 4* and 1 x 5*, I am loving this. Thank you everyone.

Jessica Jesinghaus

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 4 out of 5 stars

Where There’s a Will is a wonderfully paced mystery and, as the first installment in the Inspector Stone series, sets the stage for a great British investigative saga.

Inspector Stone is a good guy, a hardworking inspector, so it was easy to invest myself in his endeavors. We learn a little bit about his family, a topic I hope we’ll come back to in future installments. Sacrificing details about his family was a necessary evil given all that transpires with Stone’s criminal cases.

There’s a lot going on in this book. While in the midst of investigating an armed robbery and a hit and run accident, the daughter of a rich businessman is kidnapped for ransom. How much can one inspector juggle? Apparently quite a lot. There were a ton of details to keep straight between the various cases, but Alex Carver did a…

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