People/Characters: Jimmy Jenkins

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According to the Evidence by Bernard Knight
Grounds for Appeal by Bernard Knight
Where Death Delights by Bernard Knight

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Character description

Jimmy Jenkins worked for Pryor's Aunt Gladys for many years.   When Pryor took possession of the house, he simply reported for work.   Pryor was initially wary, but Jimmy is hard-working and willing to do almost anything for them, except perhaps for planting a vineyard when he knows that it would be much better to grow strawberries.    in 1955, he is about 50, powerfully built, with a short neck, awide weather-beaten face, a permanent grin, a broken nose, and teeth yellow from smoking Woodbines.   Jimmy reminds Pryor somewhat of an ape, being long-armed and hirsute.


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