An exclusive design by the renown artist Douglas E. West in conjunction with the Inspector Morse Society. The illustration is taken from a watercolour entitled ‘Morse’s Three-Pint Problem’, a pun on how Morse liked to solve a case as opposed to Sherlock Holmes who found his tricky cases ‘Three Pipe Problems’. The scene is of Morse and Lewis at some country public house enjoying a drink while discussing their latest case. In the background can be seen the famous Burgundy Jaguar and beyond the Oxford skyline. Sold in packs of 10 laminated cards with envelopes.