But Cooper does not pay up. When he disappears, Inspector Alvarez is called in to investigate. But Cooper turns up at his own home - dead. This isn't suicide or accident, and there is no shortage of suspects. But they all have alibis - according to Cooper's watch, smashed and stopped at the time of his death. But is evidence in the shape of a watch to be believed?
©2007 Roderic Jeffries; (P)2008 Soundings
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