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Inspector Higgins Hurries

(1932)
(A book in the Inspector Cuthbert Higgins series)
A novel by

 
 
Inspector Higgins Hurries, first published in 1932 is a classic 'golden-age' murder mystery featuring Inspector Higgins of Scotland Yard. Cecil Freeman Gregg (1898-1960) was the author of more than 30 detective novels, most featuring Inspector Higgins or Harry Prince, a talented thief. In Inspector Higgins Hurries, Higgins, just going home after speaking at a local authors' dinner, discovers a dead man on his own doorstep, stabbed in the back with a dagger. Out of the darkness, another dagger is thrown at Higgins. Joined by his wife and Inspector Dryan, Higgins finds himself in a deadly battle of wits with a gang.

Genre: Mystery

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Used availability for Cecil Freeman Gregg's Inspector Higgins Hurries

Kindle Editions

January 2017 : USA, Canada Kindle edition
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Title: Inspector Higgins Hurries: Being a Day in His Life
Author(s): Cecil Freeman Gregg
Publisher: NightHawk Books
Availability: Amazon   Amazon CA