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The Paton Street Case

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When there is a fire at 127 Paton Street, arson is immediately suspected. At first it seems a clear-cut case--until the insurance men find a corpse in the first floor flat. Are the two crimes related? Why are the bespectacled German-Jewish couple who own the premises bristling with defensive hostility? Who had left a cigarette end on the scene of the crime? The list of ...more
Paperback, 187 pages
Published 1964 by Penguin Books (first published 1955)
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John Michael Ward Bingham - who became the seventh Lord Clanmorris - was born in Haywards Heath on 3 November 1908.

He was educated at Cheltenham College and became an art editor for the 'Sunday Dispatch'. He married Madeleine Mary Ebel on 28 July 1934.

During the Second World War he served with the Royal Engineers and was attached to the General Staff. He also worked for MI5 and was supposedly the
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