Catt Out of the Bag

Author(s): CLIFFORD WITTING

Crime and Thrillers

How, where and why was a man (a commercial traveller who turns out to be a polygamist) suddenly removed from a group of carol singers on that cold night? It appeared that someone else as well as Mrs de Frayn was a clever organiser; every cog in the machinery of this crime was smooth running, and as with a perfect machine, no flaw could be detected in the "finished" product, at least, until... AUTHOR: Catt Out of the Bag appeared first in 1939, one of 16 novels that the author put out with Hodder & Stoughton between 1937 and 1964. He died in 1968. Witting is now very collectible and is seen as one of the leading detective storywriters of the pre-war and immediate post war period. Most of his books were set in "Downshire" featuring Inspector Harry Charlton assisted by Peter Bradfield. Catt has a delightful traditional Christmas setting, is full of humour and will be a must for all fans of classic detective thrillers. SELLING POINT: Witting's writing is now very collectible, as a leading detective story writer of the pre- and post war period

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  • : 9781912916375
  • : Galileo Publishers
  • : Galileo Publishers
  • : November 2020
  • : books