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Hugh Clevely and Tod Claymore

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Reunion in Florida - Tod Claymore aka Hugh Clevely
1952 UK first edition, first impression published by Cassell in London
A VG book in unclipped dust jacket
No names or stamps etc, tight and solid book, some light scattered edge tanning
The jacket has light edge wear, light marks to rear panel, absolutely superb artwork
A murder mystery featuring Tod Claymore

A solid copy, very collectable and rare in jacket
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Public Enemy - Hugh Clevely
1961 English Penguin paperback 1st edition, London
A good book with the usual paper tanning
No names etc
Tightly bound and square
A mystery featuring George Oxford, former racing car driver
A solid reading copy
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Synopsis
Hugh Clevely, of mixed English and Irish parents, was born in Bristol and spent his early years in a country vicarage educated by his uncle, the vicar. He obtained a pilot's licence before the last war and joined the R.A.F. reserve. He was on active service operations throughout the war and finally finished as Wing Commander. Fond of travelling, he has been through many-parts of the world. He lives in the country, and likes modern painting and the cinema. He admires Georges Simenon more than any other detective story writer, and writes his own books between 8 p.m. and midnight. Hugh Clevely also writes under the pseudonym of Tod Claymore

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