All he said was "London, a Poem". The tobacconist took Meredith's murmur to be the password and ushered him into the headquarters of Europe's art thieves. And by the end of that day, the mild scholar found a talent for acting, rescued a girl and a brace of bloodhounds - and committed a murder.
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Published in 1978 and 1946, respectively, these offer a double dose of British mystery by the popular Innes. Each title contains thievery, betrayal, intrigue, and a touch of murder for good measure. Both will be popular in large mystery collections.
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