Stephen Done is the creator of the ‘Inspector Vignole Mysteries’. The Marylebone Murders (1949) is the fourth book in the series. As a self-published author his books have been shipped out to Sweden, Australia and New York City. To date more than 16,000 copies of The Inspector Vignole Mysteries have been sold. This number keeps on growing. Stephen regluarly gives talks about his books, the period and railway settings to schools, book clubs, societies and other interested groups. Make sure you grab your copy today.
October 31st 1949. Smog chokes London as the body of Jack Pym floats in the oily waters of the Regent’s Canal near Marylebone station. resumed a suicide, it looks a simple case, but D.I.Vignoles of the British Railways detective department suspects foul play. Pym’s wife is telling lies, and nothing is quite what it seems. As the Pyms’ private lives are uncovered, darker and more deadly truths are revealed – and there are those prepared to kill to keep these secrets safe.
The story races between Marylebone and Leicester behind grimy steam engines on the Great Central line, reaching a dramatic conclusion in Southampton docks…