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Case with Ropes and Rings (1940)

by Leo Bruce

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Fiction, Detective and mystery stories, Sergeant Beef series, In Case with Ropes and Rings Sergeant Beef describes his method of detection: "I don't do a lot of skylarking with microscopes and that, and I have no opinion at all of what they call psychology. I just use my loaf." ; First published by Nicholson & Watson, London, 1940, First US edition, Academy Chicago Limited, 1980, 192 pp.; First Italian edition, Milano, Mondadori, 1986, under the title: "Il sergente Beef fa quadrato", Leo Bruce is the pen name of Rupert Croft Cooke (1903 - 1979), a British writer ( )
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