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The Toff and the Golden Boy

The Toff and the Golden Boy An outbreak of robberies with threatened violence on small tobacconist shops in London involving gangs of long haired youths led by Golden Boy excites the Toff s curiosity What is the motive behind

  • Title: The Toff and the Golden Boy
  • Author: John Creasey
  • ISBN: 9780340109779
  • Page: 326
  • Format: Hardcover
  • An outbreak of robberies with threatened violence on small tobacconist shops in London, involving gangs of long haired youths led by Golden Boy, excites the Toff s curiosity What is the motive behind these apparently profitless crimes Golden Boy quickly shows he means business, and the Toff is caught up in a rising crescendo of violence, mayhem and attempted murder.

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    1 thought on “The Toff and the Golden Boy

    1. OK, so the ending. Two characters who flit briefly through about Chapter Three and then disappear are the bad guys. Wtf? It reads like Creasey has been dragging these two along for several novels and, having tired of them, gets them sent away for 10-15 years just to be rid of them.Up until then, it's the prototypical English detective novel, with the upper-class detective superman ably supported by all the admiring little people around him. It panders to blue-haired readers worried about those d [...]

    2. Why, oh why, is this not an e-book already? The Toff, Inspector Gideon and that scientific spy series I don't recall the name of but reminds me somewhat of the Man From Uncle are all old favorites that I greatly miss not being able to read since they're only in paperback. Could not even find large print, hope someday the publishers remedy this as I'm sure a whole new generation would enjoy this author's excellent stories.

    3. It's my first one about the Toff, and I enjoyed it. Not great literature, but enjoyable to read and it kept my interest. Kind of an Agatha Christy kind of book.

    4. The Toff gets in a lot more trouble than he expects when he takes on a gang of long haired youth engaging in the protection racket.

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