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The Man at the Carlton

by Wallace, Edgar

Condition: Good/None issued

Hodder, 1969. Less than 500g. Owner name. Lew Daney is a cunning and successful criminal, the first true English gunman. But Daney is not all bad; once he saved Mary Grier from a knife attack by a madman. Mary Grier now works at Clench House in Scotland as secretary to the miserly Mr Arkwright, and Mr Arkwright's nephew and heir is 'Tiger' Tim Jordan, an ex-Colonial police officer now holidaying in England and seeking work with Scotland Yard. Jordan doesn't get much of a holiday but he does get the job, after proving his mettle in pursuit of a murderous criminal. . Paperback. Good/None issued. 18 Cm.


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