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This is a first printing of the British Library re-issue paperback. Introduction by Martin Edwards. The title was originally published in 1961 by Chapman and Hall. The second in the series of Sergeant Cluff novels. Read once very carefully.
SYNOPSIS: “It is a wet and windy night in the town of Gunnarshaw, on the edge of the Yorkshire moors. The body of young Jane Trundle, assistant in the chemist’s shop, is discovered lying face down on the cobblestones.
Sergeant Caleb Cluff is not a many of many words, and neither does he play by the rules. He may exasperate his superiors, but he has the loyal support of his constable and he is the only CID man in the division. The case is his.”
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