One Single Ticket


A Victorian detective thriller by Robert Wallace
now available on Amazon Kindle Books
and Amazon Paperback edition


It is 1852

It is 1852

‘Isambard Kingdom Brunel has long suspected interference in one of his most prestigious schemes: London to New York via Bristol on one single ticket – a seamless journey. First Class travel by land and by sea; at this time, an unrivalled proposition.

Brunel is determined to reveal the identity of his adversary. He engages the services of Harry Brooke, once of the 44th British Infantry Regiment; a survivor of the recent Afghan campaign who is now a private investigator in Victorian Britain with a somewhat colourful past.

But first Brunel sets Brooke a task to see if he is able to place his trust in him……….’

“It is actually a nice yarn, told at a breathless pace and easy to read. I enjoyed it. It is a sort of detective story, with a Richard Hannay type of hero straight out of a John Buchan thriller, and it goes with a swing.”

Professor R. Angus Buchanan

Emeritus Professor History and Technology

University of Bath

Author of ‘Brunel: The Life and Times of Isambard Kingdom Brunel’

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