Ways and means

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Penguin Books, 1952 - Fiction - 184 pages
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User Review  - Brian Clegg - Goodreads

I'm very fond of Henry Cecil. He made his name with a serious of novels about being a barrister, effused with a light, 1950s observational humour. This book is in much the same humorous vein, but is a ... Read full review

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THE DISAGREEABLE MAN
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OPERATION ENTICEMENT
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THE GROPISTS
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