According to a young friend from Exeter, England, the title theme music provides the Inspector's first name....keyed out in Morse Code. If you are, as am I, not proficient in that art, you may care to read this piece for no other reason than to find the christening link. However, once committed you may find yourself giving the tome a double reading: once to follow a path wound through a traumatized village populace infused with fear and suspicious neighbors; and then through the pages once again to look sharp for the subtle moment of the Great Unveiling! Morse himself believes the name uncomfortable and awful, so he basically never places the moniker into public play. His Quaker Mum had her reasons....reasons which a curmudgeon like Morse would also find "uncomfortable". If ever you endeavor to undertake this challenge, you'll not be left wondering any longer, and entertained in the process. By the way, the name is actually listed somewhere in this review, as well. See how innocuous it may prove to be! Enjoy... and good sleuthing to you!