Bonnie Dundee stretched out a long and rather fine pair of legs,
regarding the pattern of his dark-blue socks with distinct
satisfaction; then he rested his black head against the rich
upholstery of an armchair not at all intended for his use. His
cheerful blue eyes turned at last - but not too long a last - to
the small, upright figure seated at a typewriter desk in the corner
of the office. "Good morning, Penny," he called out lazily, and
good-humoredly waited for the storm to break. "Miss Crain - to you
" The flying fingers did not stop an instant, but Dundee noticed
with glee that the slim back stiffened even more rigidly and that
there was a decided toss of the brown bobbed head. ...] Reprint of
the detective novel, originally published in 1931.
|Country of origin:
Ann E Austin
||203 x 133 x 20mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Trade
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