Four famous cops (from London, Paris, Tokyo and Budapest), plus an irascible American private eye, are all suspects when yet another famous sleuth is murdered.
Did You Know?
Talking with Inspector House, Burke mentions "the case of the invisible man", a murder case he had himself solved in which the crime was committed by a postman - a figure so commonplace and insignificant that he went quite unnoticed by those watching the victim. This is, in fact, the plot of a famous Father Brown story by G.K. Chesterton, actually called "The Invisible Man". See more