'The idyllic English village of Lindsay Carfax isn't run by the parich council, the rating authority nor the local cops as you might suppose. The real bosses are the Carders. But these boys are fly customers - they're right on the ball.' Thus ruminated Superintendent Charles Luke to Albert Campion who was contemplating visiting his wayward artistic niece in Carfax. And when a missing schoolteacher reappeared after nine days, and Campion's car was 'inadvertently' damaged, not to mention Campion himself, then all the signs were that not all was what it seemed
Detective and mystery stories.
PublishedSutton, Surrey: Severn House, 2014
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Statement of responsibility: completed by Mike Ripley
278 pages : map (black and white) ; 23 cm
Campion, Albert (Fictitious character) Fiction.; Private investigators England Fiction.
Margery Allingham's Mr Campion's farewell; Mr Campion's farewell