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The private eye

Author: Ernest Dudley
Publisher: Leicester : Linford, 2014.
Edition/Format:   Large print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Ernest Dudley, creator of that superb pair of sleuths, Dr. Morelle and Miss Frayle, here introduces another vivid character, Nat Craig, whose methods as London's foremost private investigator are utterly different from those of the famous doctor, yet just as penetrating and conclusive in their results. Craig believes in hitting first and pulling no punches, which makes for exciting period action tales featuring
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ernest Dudley
ISBN: 9781444818680 1444818686
OCLC Number: 864088795
Description: pages cm
Responsibility: Ernest Dudley.

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Ernest Dudley, creator of that superb pair of sleuths, Dr. Morelle and Miss Frayle, here introduces another vivid character, Nat Craig, whose methods as London's foremost private investigator are utterly different from those of the famous doctor, yet just as penetrating and conclusive in their results. Craig believes in hitting first and pulling no punches, which makes for exciting period action tales featuring murder, mayhem, blackmail, and robbery. The indomitable Craig ruthlessly tracks down the evildoer, and solves each case with a genuine and logical problem of detection. First-rate British crime stories ripped from the pages of the 1940s pulp magazines!

Nat Craig, London's foremost private investigator, believes in hitting first and pulling no punches, which makes for exciting episodes, including murder, blackmail and robbery, from his casebook. The indomitable Craig ruthlessly tracks down the evil-doer, and each case contains a genuine and logical problem of detection ...

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