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" Oh, yes, a very decent fellow, Valmont, but he's a Frenchman,' as if, that said, there was no need of further enquiry. Myself, I like the English detective very much, and if I were to be in a melee tomorrow, there is no man I would rather find beside... "
The Triumphs of Eugène Valmont - Page 166
by Robert Barr - 1906 - 330 pages
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Shadows of Sherlock Holmes

David Stuart Davies - Fiction - 1997 - 384 pages
...decent fellow, Valmont, but he's a Frenchman,' as if, that said, there was no need of further enquiry. Myself, I like the English detective very much, and...come into my room during an evening, on the bluff pretence that he wishes to smoke a pipe with me. There is the same difference between this good-natured...
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Vintage Mystery and Detective Stories

David Stuart Davies - Detective - 2006 - 1276 pages
...enquiry. Myself, I like the English detective very much, and if I were to be in a melee tomorrow, diere is no man I would rather find beside me than Spenser...I am the most modest of men, and will say nothing. as exists between that strong black pipe of his and my delicate cigarette, which I smoke feverishly...
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