The Case of the Glass Eyed Woman
Ed Silverman angry, throws the Police pocket book he was reading against the wall. His anger was against the authors who put all private detectives as a genius assuming that the specialized police are incompetent of investigating a crime. So he decided to write a book with the most classic scenes of police literature, creating the Bronco Valle character to illustrate what he meant. Thus was born the first book of the trilogy with a classic case of a killer discovered by the Chief Inspector of the Metropolitan Police. A plot to laugh at but at the same time to wonder how Bronco Valle, private detective, solves his first major police case.
We are sure that soon this unpretentious book will become a classic.