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The first Jethro mystery First time in paperback It’s 1947, and London, having toughed out the War, is being half-crippled by the Peace. It’s the coldest winter in living memory, everything from bread to soap to underwear is rationed, and even beer, by official order, is watered down. No wonder the Black Market is thriving. But Jethro doesn’t bother complaining much. As a jewel thief, he needs all his wits about him when engaged in redistributing the wealth of the upper classes. And the demands on Jethro’s wits only increase when his thieving skills attract some unwelcome interest, first from London’s thuggish crime lords and then from His Majesty’s Secret Service, which wants him to pull a little job on the Soviet Embassy. You wouldn’t believe what an honest Cockney cat burglar has to do to survive sometimes.
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First time in paperback; named one of the Best Mysteries of 2002 by BooklistAbout the Author:
Tony Broadbent was born in Windsor, England. He was an art student in London in the late Sixties (from Revolver to Let It Be). He then worked as copywriter and creative director at some of the best advertising agencies in London, New York, and San Francis
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