Sedgewick Harris Investigates
This is the second book in the series of Sedgewick Harris Investigates. Ireland’s answer to Sherlock Holmes is back, reunited with old friend Jonathan and ready for five thrilling new mysteries filled with quirky humour and nostalgia. Join Sedgewick Harris as he journeys through the towns and villages of a forgotten west of Ireland, solving crimes along the way.
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Sedgewick Harris is a 43 year old mathematician who has come to Ireland to stay with his old university professor Jonathan Wilson in Co.Galway. In 1939 Sedgewick attracted the attention of the British Secret Service and was assigned to work on The Enigma Project at Bletchley Park, for the duration of the war. In that extraordinary place his brilliant unorthodox methods did not go unnoticed.
When the war ended he became a private investigator in Balfour Street, Mayfair, London. At first sight he did not inspire confidence. Six feet tall, thin and stooped, he had the appearance of being undernourished, but his remarkable ability, aided by his photographic memory, astonished people and soon he was the talk of that city and his services were much sought after. Unmarried, with few close friends, he is prone to depression.