Mr Campion's Fox

Mr Campion's Fox

Book - 2015 | First world edition.
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As a favour to the Danish ambassador, Albert Campion and his son Rupert begin to shadow Soho photographer Francis Tate, without realizing they too are being shadowed. It seems that young Mr. Tate, clearly enamoured with the ambassador's teenage daughter, is involved in more than landscape photography. When a body is found "orribly murdered" (as Lugg would say) on the Suffolk coast and the ambassador's daughter disappears without trace, various parties--including the Campion clan--descend on the isolated coastal town of Gapton and the hunt begins for a killer, a smuggler, a spy and a missing girl. Campion is older, wiser and perhaps vulnerable, though just as sharp as ever; and with Lady Amanda at his side and Lugg looking over his shoulder, who would bet against him?
Publisher: Sutton, Surrey : Severn House, 2015.
Edition: First world edition.
ISBN: 9780727884787
Branch Call Number: FIC RIPLEY
Characteristics: 258 pages : 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Allingham, Margery 1904-1966.


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