Fortune is a Woman
Where there’s smoke . . .
. . . there’s usually an Insurance Agent hurrying to the scene to assess the damage. In Winston Graham's Fortune is a Woman, Oliver Branwell is sent to investigate a fire at Lowis Manor and finds that things are not all they seem at first glance – or second. In order to protect the woman he loves, Oliver is forced to side-step the rules. And as the suspense mounts, he discovers he has quite a few enemies – some of them intent on fanning the flames . . .
In the media
Winston Graham is one of the best half dozen novelists in this country.
Books and Bookmen
Each chapter is more tense than its predecessor . . . the writing is highly polished, and distinguished by a rare suavity.