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BRETT, Mike (Michael), 1921-2000 : THE GUILTY BYSTANDER : A DIAMOND WAS THIS GIRL’S WORST FRIEND!
London : Brown, Watson, . First British edition. One of the two early Sam Dakkers novels from Brett – Sam scrams down the fire-escape, “but a gentleman is always a gentleman – and when he heard gun shots coming from the gal’s place he ran back up ...”. Digit Book D 310. First published in the USA in 1959. “Never make a pass at the Devil’s moll” runs the tagline.
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LAWRENCE, Keith : WOMAN IN CUSTODY.
London : Brown, Watson, (1961). First edition. Frau Fifi is arrested in Rome for a murder in Munich. Digit Books R535.
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LONDRES, Albert, 1884-1932 : THE ROAD TO BUENOS AYRES : THE MOST TERRIBLE EXPOSURE OF THE WHITE SLAVE TRAFFIC EVER WRITTEN.
London : Brown, Watson, . Third edition in English of "Le Chemin de Buenos-Aires : La Traite des Blanches" (Paris : 1927). The 1928 Eric Sutton translation of the pioneering investigative journalist. Digit R271.
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"RICHARDS, Rex" : [COVER TITLE] FLOOSIE FOR HIRE.
London : Brown, Watson, . First edition : the title-page of this Dutch printed production is mysteriously blank. "The night it happened was one of those cold bleak nights with the wind screaming through the trees, and if you had any sense you were stuck round the fire with a book, or curled up on a divan with a bottle of rye, a packet of weeds and a blonde. Being sensible, I was doing the latter!" – cosy scene interrupted by best friend being found hanged.
STANDISH, Walter : I LIKE MY WOMEN TOUGH.
London : Brown Watson, . First edition. Corpse disappears, redhead comes looking – "She was a red-head and I got a pash for that kind. Red-heads with green eyes. That adds up to my sort of homework ...".
STANDISH, Walter : JEOPARDY.
London : Brown Watson, . First edition. "Where there’s a gangster, you've gotta look for a moll. She’s here, Magda Dufay, she calls herself. She’s a tall redhead, with the air of a queen and the soul of a slut. Magda impales guys’ hearts on the point of a poniard and grills them over the Devil’s Cauldron. Maybe today she’s Queen of Hell. I'd not know; I'm not in on all His Satanic Majesty’s secrets ...".
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