A fun British cosy dog-detective amateur sleuth mystery
—for the young in all of us—
There have been amateur sleuths, there have been talking animals – Henry is both. This is Family Guy’s Brian meets Poirot meets My Fair Lady.
Set in Northamptonshire, England… Henry, a talking Jack Russell, is part of a small team researching a cure for Multiple Sclerosis. He is the target of several dognappers but can he use his wit or guile to outwit them and, with the help of laboratory assistant Gwynne Davies, find the proof needed to convict the criminals? Thus begins a series of adventures for the unlikely pair.
Henry, a nineteen-month-old Jack Russell, has been given the ability to talk and now they can’t shut him up! Family Guy’s Brian with just as much attitude but better sleuthing skills
“An entertaining light-hearted read. Henry is a clever dog with a great sense of humour. Anyone who has ever owned a dog will wonder what their pet would say if they had the ability to talk.”
– Mark Tilbury, Author
“Charming and quirky. A must for lovers of quirky cosy mysteries.”
“Henry gains the ability to talk, and not just talk, he’s really rather clever and quick-witted with it to. Burglary, dim-witted dognappers, and also at times quite emotional, especially when Harry, sorry Henry met Sally, and a clever mystery all make for an entertaining and enjoyable read.”
– Alex J Book Reviews
Henry Goes to the Beach
The Case of the Missing CaseWhen given the day off, laboratory assistant Gwynne Davies and her colleague and erstwhile sidekick Jack Russell, ‘Henry Forsyth the First’ aka ‘Henry Houdini,’ decide to go to the beach.
As with much in Henry’s life, things don’t go smoothly, even before they leave the house!
Having inadvertently been given the ability to talk, Henry’s been told to keep quiet while they’re in public.
Confronted by a sleeping Gwynne, Henry has to solve a mystery alone, all while conscious of acting like a regular dog.