Blood money / by Lewis, Roy,1933-author.;
Charlie Rutland specialized in scandal-hunting. As a journalist on a smart magazine, his job was to search out anything that could be turned into a good smear story. Then, while carrying out some 'investigations' in Yorkshire, his career came to an abrupt and violent end. Inspector Crow, skeletal as ever, arrives from Scotland Yard to find a formidable task awaiting him. He uncovers some strange facts connected with Rutland's death - a Nazi war criminal, an old vagrant of the dales, and in a dead man's diary the number of a stolen car belonging to an attractive and wealthy widow.
Subjects: Detective and mystery stories.; Large type books.; Crime.; Crow, John (Fictitious character);
© 2015., Magna,
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A question of degree / by Lewis, Roy,1933-;
The woman whose body was found down a south Wales coal mine had come from the north-east in search in a missing husband, and with the help of an enquiry agent, had found him. The police put two and two together and the husband confessed to the crime but at his trial an able defence counsel tore the police evidence to ribbons.
Subjects: Detective and mystery stories.; Large type books.; Crow, John (Fictitious character); Police; Runaway husbands; Murder; Trials (Murder);
© 2009., Dales Large Print Books,
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