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 The Methods of Sergeant Cluff
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The Methods of Sergeant Cluff

The British Library

Originally published in 1961 and one of the series of 11 Sergeant Cluff detective stories that were televised in the 1960s but have long been neglected. Synopsis: The story opens one wet and windy night, with the discovery of a young woman's corpse, lying face down on the cobblestones of a passageway in the Yorkshire town of Gunnarshaw. The deceased is Jane Trundle, an attractive girl who worked as an assistant in a chemist's shop. She yearned for the good life, and Cluff finds more money in her handbag than she would have earned in wages. 'More than facts were in question here, the intangible, invisible passions of human beings'. Understanding those passions leads him gradually towards the truth about Jane's murder.

Paperback, 169 pages.
7 " h x 5 ?" .
£7.99
Code: 18254

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