Dennis Bisskit is the finest private investigator in Dudley, if not the entire nation.
But he’s also a husband and father, and unfortunately, there are only so many hours in a day.
How can you possibly find the time to be a family man and fight crime?
It’s a difficult situation or, as best friend and business partner, Stinky Blackshaw would call it, ‘a perplexing problem’.
Catching a diamond thief or teaching baby how to survive in the wilds, it’s all in a day’s work for Dennis Bisskit.
The Dennis Bisskit Series
- The Dennis Bisskit Adventures
- Dennis Bisskit and the Man from Paris With the Very Large Head
- Dennis Bisskit and the Basset Hound from Beacon’s Bottom
- Dennis Bisskit and the Perplexing Problems
Full of Fun & Amazing Feats!
I fully expected much mirth and laughter when I began reading this one – and I was not disappointed!
Dennis Bisskit is now a husband and father but nothing gets in the way of him continuing as the finest private investigator in the whole of Dudley. Along with his partner, Stinky Blackshaw, he finds himself working for a previous client; they were so successful before that, this time, they are being entrusted with preventing the theft of a famous diamond – so famous that it’s being put on display.
I’ve been a fan of Dennis since his very first adventure and he never fails to get me giggling. This time round was no different and I reluctantly put the book aside when I was reading in bed last evening to try and stop me waking my husband when my snorts and chuckles were getting out of control! Apart from the main story, there are always plenty of little gems in these books and this one is no different. I now have a very strong mental image of both Dennis and Stinky, and they never fail to entertain, both in their words and their exploits. Hysterically funny from beginning to end, and full of amazing feats. Such fun! As always, regardless of the adventures along the way, Dennis always manage to bamboozle me with his awesome powers of deduction! Easily earns all five sparkling stars and my definite recommendation to all those who know where to find their sense of humour.
My thanks to the author for my copy of his novel; this is – as always – my honest, original and unbiased review.
- Format: ebook, paperback
- Size: 184 pages
- Publication Date: 30 September 2021
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Stephen Ainley was born in, Birmingham UK, in the 1950’s. Served in the British Airborne in the 1970’s, before moving to Australia. He as written many articles and short stories over the years, always humorous tales, and eventually had his first novel, The Dennis Bisskit Adventures, published in 2017. Filled with family, fun, colourful characters and disasters. Published November 2018, Dennis Bisskit and the Man From Paris with the Very Large Head followed by the third in series, Dennis Bisskit and the Basset Hound from Beacon’s Bottom, published in January, 2020.
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