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  • J. Storer Clouston first introduced his quick-witted but understated detective Mr. F. T. Carrington ("Inquiry Agent") in the mystery novel Simon. A well-respected man is murdered, and the shadow of guilt may hamper a romance. Carrington's investigati...


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  • Clouston came from an old Orkney family and in addition to writing numerous novels he was a respected historian, founder member and second president of the Orkney Antiquarian Society and author of a detailed history of the island. This humorous novel...


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  • The best-bred lunatics in England live in Clankwood, and Francis Beveridge is that community's newest resident. Rather than attending the asylum's Saturday dances, though, Beveridge goes on the lam in London. And thus, when a traveling German noble f...