When a headless corpse is found on the ghost train on the Palace Pier, Steine puts the death down to natural causes.
But can new policeman Twitten help Brunswick prove otherwise?
|01||02||His Last Review *||20070202||20080924|
A famous London theatre critic is found dead in his seat at the Theatre Royal after a performance of the kitchen-sink drama, A Shilling in the Meter.
Steine decides to go undercover at the Black Cat Casino, much to Brunswick's profound dismay.
Meanwhile, a robbery takes place in the bank next door to the police station.
|01||04||That's The Way To Do It||20070216||20081008|
When Vince the Ventriloquist moves his booth to a new pitch on the Brighton seafront, he receives threats from an unknown source.
But Inspector Steine is more concerned with judging the knickerbocker glory competition.
Steine falls in love for the very first time when he bumps into Adelaide Vine, the beautiful owner of a fish and chip shop in Oriental Place.
But is there more to Adelaide than meets the eye? Brunswick thinks so.
|01||06 LAST||The Anniversary||20070302||20081022|
It's the five-year anniversary of the Middle Street Massacre.
While Steine ponders on how to celebrate Mrs Groyne's deranged nephew, Brian the Brain breaks out of Broadmoor with revenge on his lips.