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The Lucky Policeman By Rupert Penny
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Hardback. The Lucky Policeman, written in 1938, involves an English private country asylum from which a patient has disappeared, a series of bloody murders in the forest, and an odd array of evidence... More > which suggests a madman is committing the crimes. But is all as it seems on the surface....?< Less
Policeman in Armour By Rupert Penny
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Hardcover. In Policeman in Armour, Rupert Penny once again guides you through the evidence up to a certain point, then turns on you and says: “Now you ought to know who murdered the man, and... More > how, and why.” But do you know? Test your brains and see. You will find it an enthralling-game. In this story, Sir Raymond Everett, ex-judge, is murdered in his mansion Heath Approach, and there is no shortage of suspects for Chief-Inspector Beale of Scotland Yard to interrogate and consider. Assisted as always by his friend and fellow-sleuth Tony Purdon, as well as Detective-sergeant ‘Horsey’ Matthews, also of the Yard, and the local constabulary, Beale finds this case one of the most challenging of his career.< Less
Policeman's Holiday By Rupert Penny
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Hardcover. A man is found hanging in an orchard and Inspector Beal must determine if it's suicide or murder. A 1937 classic from Ruper Penny that features an acrostic as its puzzle-within-a-puzzle.
Policeman's Evidence By Rupert Penny
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Hardcover. A 1938 thriller that takes Inspector Beale and Tony Purdon to and old manor where a family's treasure has been hidden for over one hundred years.
The Talkative Policeman By Rupert Penny
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Hardcover. Rupert Penny wrote this longer-than-usual impossible mystery in 1937. It’s full of maps, charts and highly formatted text, and Ramble House is proud to present it as a facsimile... More > book. Its 330 pages will transport you to the English countryside of the mid-30s as Inspector Beale and his ever-present friend Tony Purdon tackle the murder of a clergyman who had the misfortune of having his head bashed in by person or persons unknown. The author states that by the time you read the first 33 chapters you will have all the information you need to name the murderer and reconstruct the crime. Are you up to the challenge?< Less
A Nomadic Policeman By Leslie Tompkins
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Gentle reminiscenses of a not so gentle life. The story of a police chief, travelling the world and helping to dispense justice in the most bizarre circumstances throughout much of the second half of... More > the 20th century.< Less
A Policeman's Lot By Al Hadji
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This is a short story about when islam takes over in UK. The characters give us clues as to why they are now Muslim, and the attractions and dangers that Islam presents to the ordinary - and indeed... More > extraordinary - individual.< Less
A Policeman's Lot By Al Hadji
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This is a short story about when islam takes over in UK. The characters give us clues as to why they are now Muslim, and the attractions and dangers that Islam presents to the ordinary - and indeed... More > extraordinary - individual.< Less
Diary of a Bad Policeman By Billy Ghosh
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Diary of a Bad Policeman. Not the Stephen Lawrence story.
Another Policeman’s Story By Thomas Arthur Dowland
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These writings are of my recollections of my thirty years in the Police Service. The Chief Constable of Lancashire County from October 1950 to March 1967 was Sir Eric St. Johnston who, after his... More > retirement, wrote an autobiography entitled “One Policeman’s Story”. His work mentions, amongst other things, his meetings with such august persons as Prime Ministers, Baronets and various members of the Royal family. My humble story only involves that of dealing with ordinary people, but if it were to have a title I think following the ‘Saint’, it could perhaps be called – “Another Policeman’s Story”.< Less