Journey into Fear

Journey into Fear

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The steamer, Sestri Levante, stood high above the dock side, and the watery sleet, carried on the wind blustering down from the Black Sea , had drenched even the small shelter deck. More info →
Mask of Dimitrios, The

Mask of Dimitrios, The

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A Frenchman named Chamfort, who should have known better, once said that chance was a nickname for Providence. More info →
Passage of Arms

Passage of Arms

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All that Mr. Wright, the rubber-estate manager, ever knew of the business was that an army patrol had ambushed a band of terrorists within a mile of his bungalow, that five months later his Indian clerk, Giriji Krishnan, had reported the theft of three ta More info →
Schirmer Inheritance, The

Schirmer Inheritance, The

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In 1806 Napolean set out to chastise the King of Prussia. More info →
Uncommon Danger

Uncommon Danger

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One sunny morning in July, Mr. Joseph Balterghen's blue Rolls Royce oozed silently away from the pavement in Berkeley Square, slid across Piccadilly into St. James's, and sped softly eastward towards the City of London. More info →
Difficulties with Girls

Difficulties with Girls

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"Right, on your way, brother. Out. I'm not having you in my house. Go on, hop it." More info →
Ending Up

Ending Up

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How's your leg this morning, Bernard?' asked Adela Bastable. More info →
Green Man, The

Green Man, The

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No sooner has one gone over one's surprise at finding a genuine coaching inn less than 40 miles from London - and 8 from the M1 - than one is marvelling at the quality of the equally genuine English fare (the occasional disaster apart!). More info →
I Like It Here

I Like It Here

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The deportation order arrived one clear, bright morning early in April. More info →
Jake’s Thing

Jake’s Thing

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When did you first notice something was wrong?' More info →