With at least 3,000 possible offences, many of a very minor nature, it was a good or a very lucky driver, who survived without breaching one of them.
With a new sergeant keeping all the constables around Aidensfield in order, PC Nick is focused on putting his best foot forward. But between a reckless cyclist and a traffic-stopping newcomer, making a good first impression is the least of Rhea’s worries.
PC Nick must solve the mysterious cause of an accident black-spot outside Field House and please his new sergeant all while keeping the busy streets of Aidensfield safe.
Nicholas Rhea’s delightful Constable tales paint an endearing and hilarious picture of police work in a rural district and was the inspiration for the Heartbeat TV series.
Constable Along the Highway was first published in 2001.