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The Inspector Ryga mystery series by Pauline Rowson

England 1950s, a country still struggling to come to terms with peace in the grip of austerity and rationing.

Inspector Ryga Mysteries by Pauline RowsonThe 1950s set Inspector Ryga Mystery series features Scotland Yard detective, Ryga, who is sent out to investigate baffling coastal crimes. Ryga, a former German prisoner-of-war, teams up with former war photographer, Eva Paisley. The first in the series, DEATH IN THE COVE is set on the Island of Portland, Dorset; number two DEATH IN THE HARBOUR is set in Newhaven Port, East Sussex and number three DEATH IN THE NETS is set in the fishing port of Brixham, Devon (published 4 October 2021 and available to order in paperback and on Amazon Kindle).

Ryga's experience at sea, and as a prisoner-of-war, has made him unique in his approach to solving coastal based crimes. He's observant, analytical and reflective. He's witnessed compassion, cruelty, cowardice and heroism, mental breakdown and despair. He’s made a promise to himself that whatever happens after the war he’ll keep an open mind and never judge.

Whereas Ryga is quiet, reflective, analytical, Eva is very self-assured. She’s forthright, sociable, and comfortable in her own skin, professional with a successful career, a formidable reputation behind her, along with a taste for danger. Her observations seen through the lens of her camera are disturbing, enlightening and thought provoking.

They make a formidable team - villains beware!

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