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Battle for Inspector West Inspector Roger ‘Handsome’ West of Scotland Yard has to deal with a millionaire who is being blackmailed a kidnapped bride who is threatened with the horrors of an international vice racket and an utterly evil gangster from whose clutches no one is safe This is a nightmare battle that he must win


10 thoughts on “Battle for Inspector West

  1. El El says:

    I happened upon this by accident and really liked it Published in 1949 so it is totally of its time with euality sexism and modern day issues unknown to the modern reader it could be an alarming read but if you accept that it is a 1940s work it is an easy readlisten Crimes happen the baddie is a criminal who addresses people politely and all of the characters are stereotypes It is of another world and time and though the story stretches one's credulity it is interesting to read about this other world I would definitely read another one in this series


  2. ShanDizzy ShanDizzy says:

    Here's the kind of diabolical sociopathic criminal that Roger is up against 'Oh no’ protested Carosi calmly ‘That is not true I get no pleasure out of hurting your friend Fingleton It just does not matter If I could get all I want without it I would not trouble to cause any man or woman pain but sometimes it is the only way But to get pleasure—no I simply do not care'


  3. Colin Colin says:

    A short uick read that is packed with action and incident It starts with a wedding and finishes up on the London docks as Inspector West tracks a master criminal Creasey knew how to tell a story with economy and a crisp style and while his thumbnail portraits of characters don't have a lot of depth they remain remarkably effective


  4. Anne Anne says:

    Fast paced crime thriller starring Inspector West of Scotland Yard Smart good looking and modern West is faced with a nightmare scenario of blackmail kidnapping and death in a battle against his old adversary Carosian Can West find him and put a stop to Carosian's actions before it's too late? Who is behind it all? Read the book and find out


  5. Michael P. Michael P. says:

    I have not liked previous Inspector West books but continue to hear how fine they are so I gave this one a try It is anything but fineThe villain seems continued from an earlier book or books so reading that those? first may have helped but that would not overcome the limpness of the characters the improbabilities in the story or the fact that Creasey blows up yet another house This is a mannerism he really must overcome though it is a bit late for that now


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