Introducing Drew Farthing From The Tip oF His black Homburg to the crease in his cheviot trousers, he s the epitome of a stylish 1930s English gentleman. His only problem? The body he just discovered. Drew Farthering loves a good mystery, although he generally expects to find it in the pages of a vel, t on the grounds of his country estate. With the help of beautiful and whip-smart Madeline Parker, a guest from America, Drew proposes to use the lessons he s learned reading his mysteries to solve the crime. Before long, he realizes this is lark, and one at Farthering Place is who he or she appears to be t the butler r blackmailer, the chauffeur r embezzler. Trying hard to remain one step ahead of the killer and trying harder to impress Madeline Drew must decide how far to take this dangerous game.