A demented millionaire is convinced his awful son will be kidnapped for ransom, and Hooky Hefferman finds himself acting as companion and guard to the boy in a remote house on Exmoor.
It looks like a cushy number, even if the youth is pretty intolerable. Hooky is drawn, as always, to the local inn, where he makes his usual acquaintances. But who are the real villains and what confusion will reign until they are finally unmasked?
'Don't Stop for Hooky Hefferman is in Mr Meynell's best vein, and that's as good a vein as they come' Eastern Daily Press