In the opening book of this popular and charming series set in the 1930s among the rolling green hills of colonial Ceylon, Inspector Shanti de Silva is not finding life in his new post in the sleepy town of Nuala as restful as he had hoped.An arrogant plantation owner with a lonely wife, a crusading lawyer, and a death in suspicious circumstances conspire to present him with a puzzle that he will need all his experience to solve and prove his worth to his new boss.If you love entertaining and absorbing mysteries, spiced with colourful characters and a dash of humour, don't miss The Inspector de Silva Mysteries. Treat yourself to a copy of Trouble in Nuala today.
About the Author Harriet Steel grew up in London and Wiltshire but now lives in Surrey. Married with two daughters, she has worked in fields from law to libraries. Her interests are travel, history and art, all of which have inspired the four historical novels she wrote before turning to crime with The Inspector de Silva Mysteries. She reads widely, but in the mystery genre is particularly fond of vintage mysteries. She would love to go back in time for a day and have lunch with Hercule Poirot, tea with Miss Marple, and dinner at the Ritz with Lord Peter Wimsey.