No case for the police, ebook
by V. C Clinton-Baddeley
So, there we have the standard British c No Case for the Police by V. C. Clinton-Baddeley is an almost-vintage . Clinton-Baddeley sticks very close to the fair-play rules of the Golden Age and observant readers should be able to guess the solution right along with Davie.
So, there we have the standard British c No Case for the Police by V. Clinton-Baddeley is an almost-vintage mystery. First published in 1970, it doesn't quite make my arbitrarily-chosen 1960 cut-off for the genre.
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but another one for the Cambridge don, Dr. Davie, this time horticulturally attuned (even a gardener, Dr. Parsley ""by splendid name"") as he returns to his old home, Tidwell St. Peter's, where he serves as literary executor for a deceased friend. And wonders about his very young widow. and her cousin-chauffeur. and an earlier death. and an illegal traffic in drugs. One of the more agreeable ones in this properly proper and placid series.
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Clinton-baddeley, . no case for the police. List this Seller's Books. NY: William Morrow, 1970. 8v. cloth & boards in dust jacket; 190 pages. Bookseller Inventory 3370. Ask Seller a Question. Bibliographic Details. Title: NO CASE FOR THE POLICE. Publication Date: 1970.
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