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The Flaxborough Crab (1969)
by Colin Watson
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"I'm a bee," said the voice in the darkness. "I want to pollinate you. I'd like to lift your petals." Mrs Pasquith was the latest victim of the Flaxborough sex-fiend, although her ordeal was vocal rather than physical. There had been three incidents, all at night and with one common factor. In each case the attacker was described as "running sideways", almost like a crab. The virtue of Flaxborough's womanhood must be protected so Inspector Purbright and Sergeant Love get to work. Soon they are surprised to find themselves dealing with a certain Miss Lucilla Teatime...
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