Son of a Yorkshire businessman, Roger Silverwood was educated in Gloucestershire before National Service. He later worked in the toy trade and as a copywriter in an advertising agency. Roger went into business with his wife as an antiques dealer before retiring in 1997.
The Fruit Gum Murders by Roger Silverwood
Inspector Angel and his team are faced with a baffling case when a fruit gum found at a murder scene becomes a significant clue in their investigation. The discovery of a hospital porter, also poisoned, indicates that the killer has struck more than once and Angel is thrown headlong into a world of blackmail and deeply buried family secrets.
This is the intriguing twenty-first story in the highly successful Inspector Angel series.
Praise for the Author
‘Solid plotting, unpretentious writing, thoroughly reliable entertainment’ – Morning Star
‘Silverwood combines a classic mystery plot with well-developed characters’ – Publishers Weekly