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The Toff and the Deep Blue Sea (1955)

by John Creasey

Series: The Toff (33)

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The Honourable Richard Rawlinson (aka 'The Toff') is in Nice. He is in the Riviera for seemingly the most innocent of reasons - engaging girls for M. Rambeau's new Cabaret at the Baccarat. An attempt on his life, however, brings to the fore the real reason for his presence - to track down a missing 'poor-little-rich-girl'. All enquiries appear to lead to the elusive Chico, who may act the clown, but is no fool.… (more)
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The Honourable Richard Rawlinson (aka 'The Toff') is in Nice. He is in the Riviera for seemingly the most innocent of reasons - engaging girls for M. Rambeau's new Cabaret at the Baccarat. An attempt on his life, however, brings to the fore the real reason for his presence - to track down a missing 'poor-little-rich-girl'. All enquiries appear to lead to the elusive Chico, who may act the clown, but is no fool.

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