Robin Hawdon’s only thriller. A two-handed mystery concerning an ambitious MP and business tycoon, visited in his luxury Mayfair apartment by an unknown woman who turns out to know a great deal more about his activities than she should do. Is her motive investigation, seduction, blackmail, revenge, or something else altogether?
Bill Crayshaw M.P. is a man with huge wealth and influence. When an attractive woman arrives at his door with some awkward questions as to how he acquired such assets, he almost relishes the confrontation of the sexes. But he can hardly guess to what extraordinary lengths that confrontation will go. She turns out to know a great deal more about him than he finds comfortable, and her true identity is concealed behind so many onion skins of mystery that one can never be certain of it, or of his own integrity, until the final curtain.
- BILL CRAYSHAW M.P.
- MARY STEWART
The London pent-house apartment of Bill Crayshaw M.P. near Westminster. Ultra modern, ultra stylish, ultra impressive – the urban domain of a wealthy man. Huge picture window overlooking the city. Valuable paintings, sculptures and objets d’art. Book-shelves filled with first editions and leather-bound volumes. Drinks cabinet. A shelf of photographs.
One corner of the room is equipped as a hi-tec office area. Modern desk, filing cabinets, fax machine, shredding machine, T.V. monitor, mobile telephone.
“A baffling plot-twisting thriller” - Paignton Times
“A taught thriller full of twists and turns” - The Stage