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The Toff and The Fallen Angels John Creasey

The Toff and The Fallen Angels

John Creasey

Published December 24th 2012
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134 pages
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Strange occurrences at a home for unmarried mothers leads to the women becoming frightened. Enter Richard Rollison, alias The Toff, who is persuaded to get to the bottom of it. He soon discovers that behind the scenes there is a plot that involvesMoreStrange occurrences at a home for unmarried mothers leads to the women becoming frightened. Enter Richard Rollison, alias The Toff, who is persuaded to get to the bottom of it. He soon discovers that behind the scenes there is a plot that involves money, murder and mayhem. It is up to the Toff to save the situation and the home.The Author: John Creasey – Master StorytellerBorn in Surrey, England in 1908 into a poor family in which there were nine children, John Creasey grew up to be a true master story teller and international sensation. His more than 600 crime, mystery and thriller titles have now sold 80 million copies in 25 languages. These include many popular series such as Gideon of Scotland Yard, The Toff, Dr Palfrey and The Baron.Creasy wrote under many pseudonyms, explaining that booksellers had complained he totally dominated the ‘C’ section in stores. They included:Gordon Ashe, M E Cooke, Norman Deane, Robert Caine Frazer, Patrick Gill, Michael Halliday, Charles Hogarth, Brian Hope, Colin Hughes, Kyle Hunt, Abel Mann, Peter Manton, J J Marric, Richard Martin, Rodney Mattheson, Anthony Morton and Jeremy York.Never one to sit still, Creasey had a strong social conscience, and stood for Parliament several times, along with founding the One Party Alliance which promoted the idea of government by a coalition of the best minds from across the political spectrum. He was also involved with the National Savings movement- United Europe- various road safety campaigns, and famine relief.He founded the British Crime Writers’ Association, which to this day celebrates outstanding crime writing. The Mystery Writers of America bestowed upon him the Edgar Award for best novel and then in 1969 the ultimate Grand Master Award. John Creasey’s stories are as compelling today as ever, with one of the major factors in his success being the ability to portray characters as living – his undoubted talent being to understand and observe accurately human behaviour.