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The Riddle of the Night by Thomas W. Hanshew
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The Riddle of the Night (1915)

by Thomas W. Hanshew, Hazel Hanshew (Author), Mary Hanshew (Author)

Series: Cleek (3)

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It was half-past eleven on the night of Wednesday, April 14th, when the well-known red limousine of Mr Maverick Narkom, superintendent of Scotland Yard, came abruptly to the head of Mulberry Lane, which, as yay possibly know, is a narrow road skirting one of the loneliest and wildest portions of Wimbledon Common.
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Though published as by "Thomas Hanshew", this was written by his wife and daughter, Mary and Hazel Hanshew, after his death from his notes. Though published in 1915, the story is set between the first two books in the Cleek series, The Man Of The Forty Faces (1910) and Cleek Of Scotland Yard (1914).
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