Mr. Wainright was a very wealthy bachelor. He owned the largest bank in London. His love for the ladies was quite well known. April 25, 2008, found Inspector Jiles of Scotland Yard frantically... More > searching for the killer of the famous womanizer. After Mr. Wainright was brutally murdered, rumors were flying. Who was guilty? Was it a jealous husband, a jilted lady or someone else? Everyone had their own ideas. The citizens of London wanted answers immediately! At last, enough clues were discovered to turn the search towards a woman. Scotland Yard was now looking for a murderess. Inspector Jiles knows that Detective Cheerie(large male cream colored cat) will be able to solve this baffling case. "The identity of this killer must be discovered. She may strike again!" Inspector Jiles said, emphatically.
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London, England is a city of intrigue, mystery and sometimes murder! Waleena Pickford was a wealthy widow. She lived alone in a mansion at 1633 Chalfont Way. Waleena mysteriously disappears, along... More > with several of her valuable paintings and antique jewlery. Was she kidnapped or murdered?
Inspector Jiles of Scotland Yard knows that it is up to Detective Cheerie (large male cream colored cat) to discover what happened to her!
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On July 19, 2004, just on the outskirts of London in the small farming community of Faversham a farmer makes a grisly discovery. He dropped the worn wooden bucket down into the old water well. The... More > bucket kept hitting something. When the farmer finally looked down into the water to his horror he sees a man's corpse! Scotland Yard becomes involved in the murder case. Detective Cheerie (large male cream colored cat)is working on a missing person case. Seymour Ketelbey has suddenly disappeared from London. Will Detective Cheerie be able to locate him? Or is Seymour Ketelbey a victim of murder? Inspector Jiles of Scotland Yard knows that Detective Cheerie will find the murder weapon. I(Bentley Brighton)am Detective Cheerie's human. The game is afoot and I know that my highly intelligent partner will find the murderer! His uncanny knack for finding clues and evidence is invaluable to Scotland Yard. **Sixty-ninth book in the series.** Watch for new books!< Less
As a writer of murder mysteries I (Bentley Brighton) must fly to Los Angeles from London where I live with my best friend Detective Cheerie (large male cream colored cat). Recently we flew on Flight... More > 1313! It was an uneventful trip, until a murder was committed! Detective Cheerie has been an official detective with Scotland Yard since 2005. His uncanny knack for finding clues and evidence is invaluable. He would need all his sleuthing skills to solve this unusual murder! Inspector Jiles met the plane at the London International Airport. The murder investigation began on the plane. Who did it? Detective Cheerie must find the answer. The victim Count Landreu was killed while in his seat. The game is afoot! **Seventieth book in the series** Watch for new books!< Less
In June, 2005,Detective Cheerie(large male cream colored cat) with Scotland Yard and I (Bentley Brighton) vacationed in Cairo,Egypt. It was drastically different than London where we live. We rode a... More > camel to see the Great Pyramids. It was a scary, dusty ride. We also toured the Egyptian section in the Cairo Museum. Only one exhibit interested Detective Cheerie. The mummy of Princess Amisi Het-heru seemed to fascinate him. He sat staring at her for a long time. On July 1,2005 we were enjoying our townhouse in London once again. Soon, the British Museum announced an Egyptian exhibit. Princess Amisi Het-heru would be there. We immediately planned to attend. When we arrived Detective Cheerie was once again drawn to the mummy. It was almost closing time when we arrived. "We will come again and see the mummy!" I exclaimed. Little did I know what would happen on our next visit. Detective Cheerie would uncover a mystery of Princess Amisi Het-hetru. There would even be a murder!< Less
On June 16, 2010 Detective Cheerie (large male cream colored cat) and I (Bentley Brighton) were at a book signing at Dulwich Books in the heart of London. The novels I write are about Detective... More > Cheerie being the most unusual official at Scotland Yard. He investigates murders, some in other countries. The last customer of day was a very well dressed elderly gentleman. He introduced himself as Lord Eversham. After talking a few minutes and petting Detective Cheerie he invited us to (Buckthorn Manor) his estate in the country. We would be weekend guests. Little did we know a murder would happen while we were there! **Seventy-second book in the series** Watch for new books!< Less
London doesn't have much snow. But, in January 2002, there was the largest amount of snow on record. The city was covered with a sparkling white blanket. Favorite parks glistened with the brightness... More > of the snow. I (Bentley Brighton) spent the morning working on my latest murder mystery novel. My constant companion, Detective Cheerie of Scotland Yard (large male cream colored cat) watched out the balcony door as the snow fell. Later the snow finally stopped. With his thick furry coat Detective Cheerie loves the cold. "Would you like to go to Roudman Park?" I asked. He meowed loudly and ran to the door. We arrived to an eerie silence. "No one else is probably here," I said. In a moment we heard a dog bark and the sound of laughter. We walked, following the sounds and found a young couple with their large white dog. But, Detective Cheerie made a grisly discovery in Roudman Park!!Seventy-fourth book in the series. Watch for new books!< Less
Breton Moraye and I (Bentley Brighton) are cousins. He still lives in California. I moved to London after I began my writing career. Breton travels to London often on business. In March, 2010 he... More > decided to purchase a home in London. My constant companion, Detective Cheerie (large male cream colored cat)instantly liked Breton. Cheerie became a Detective with Scotland Yard after finding clues in a murder case. Inspector Jiles often meets us for lunch at Tydfii's Bistro. On this particular day we met there and Breton accompanied me. Inspector Jiles mentioned a victorian mansion (Willenhall Manor) that was on the market. It had been vacant for quite some time. Breton, Detective Cheerie and I stopped by the realtor office and was given a front door key and a skeleton key. Detective Cheerie is always anxious to visit new places. Little did we know what he would discover at Willenhall Manor! **Seventy-sixth book in the series** Watch for new books.< Less
It all began on a hot muggy morning August 1, 2009 in the hallway outside my London townhouse. What I (Bentley Brighton) thought was a simple crumpled piece of paper in front of my door was anything... More > but that. I had no idea yet, just how significant it was. My partner Detective Cheerie (large male cream colored cat)knew. When I finally opened the paper and read it, my heart stopped. It was a death threat for Cheerie! Who would want him dead and why? Of course, he had made many enemies in the criminal world since he became an official police officer with Scotland Yard five years ago. Soon a package arrived addressed to Detective Cheerie. The contents were extremely alarming. Inspector Jiles of Scotland Yard was as upset as I was. We had to protect Detective Cheerie from the man or woman that wanted him dead!
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In London, one of the favorite places for jogging had always been Cheltenham Park. It was beautiful and safe. That is, until two gruesome murders were committed. Was it the work of a crazed serial... More > killer or something else, even more sinister? Rumors were spreading that it was the result of a Werewolf preying on innocent, unsuspecting people. Inspector Jiles of Scotland Yard telephoned me (Bentley Brighton) on June 1, 2009. I was not surprised when he requested the assistance of my companion, Detective Cheerie (large male colored cat). This was no ordinary case though. Would even Detective Cheerie be able to solve it? At twenty pounds, with an extremely muscular build Detective Cheerie fears no one or anything. But, would this murder suspect be - human or Werewolf? Detective Cheerie had fought huge dogs before while investigating murder cases. He had always won the fight. Could even Detective Cheerie fight off a Werewolf - if there were such things!Seventy-fifth book in the series. Watch for new books!< Less