'No author is more skilled at making a good story seem brilliant' Sunday Express
'Some men are born public characters, some achieve publicity and some have it thrust upon them. I belong to the last class on account of my association with the unforgettable Fanny Price . . .'
Badly dressed and unappealing, Arthur G. Crook is a lawyer-detective whose appearance often traps murderers. With the skilful plotting and superb writing that characterises Anthony Gilbert's work, Murder by Experts was first published in 1936 and sees Crook debut as a detective with a difference.