The partners of 'Crabbe and Crabbe: Private Investigators' have
unusual qualifications for detectives. Both in their twenties,
Melpomene is a social anthropologist, and Alexander is a solicitor,
a combination that brings fresh approaches to a sometimes jaded
profession, benefitting from collaboration with police colleagues
in London. This, their latest case, begins innocuously enough when
a young friend is concerned that Janice, her fourteen-year old
school friend, is the target of idle gossip accusing her diplomat
father of misconduct, and she asks Melpomene and Alex to help. In
investigating further, it soon becomes apparent that there are
indeed serious undercurrents going on behind the work of the London
embassy of a small Caribbean state, involving murder and
kidnapping. Of course, Crabbe and Crabbe uncover the culprits and
bring them to justice.
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