Stephen Done is the creator of the ‘Inspector Vignole Mysteries’. The Torn Curtain (1948) is the third 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.
It’s 1948. Two British soldiers working on the railways in Trieste, Italy, are murdered for no obvious reason – and Allied intelligence is baffled.
Back in England, Detective Inspector Vignoles discovers his office at Leicester Central has been searched, whilst the suave – but decidedly suspicious – Captain Henderson is asking odd questions that stir up long-repressed memories…
Soon Vignoles is leading the murder investigation, only to discover that he is dealing with something far stranger than he could had imagined. A long-lost secret is about to be revealed, and it could rip apart the Iron Curtain to pitch the West into deadly conflict with the East…
The Torn Curtain is a thrilling Cold War adventure that will keep you on the edge of your seat as Vignoles’s train hurtles towards a beautiful bridge spanning a deep ravine in Jugoslavia – and almost certain death!