DEATH ON THE ELEVENTH HOLE, by J. M. Gregson
Their search spans the economic spectrum, from a homeless boy to the pompous head of a prestigious golf club where only the wealthy and well-connected play. The culprit will perhaps surprise you (it sure surprised me), but getting to the denouement is a total pleasure. Well-written with two engaging characters and a nice flow to the clues and investigation, plus plenty of very funny moments. This is what good British crime fiction is all about. It's a 4.
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