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|Title:||The Man Nobody Saw|
|Publisher:||Dodd, Mead & Company|
|Tags:||crime, detective, fiction, mystery|
Johnny Vallon, exchanges the dangers of total war for the equally hazardous challenges of Chennault’s Investigations. And in the heart of London, with dramatic suddenness, murder hits home—right in Chennault’s office.
Chennault, himself, owner of the flourishing detective agency, is found slumped over his desk. Heart trouble is the official diagnosis ... But Vallon knows better, and proves it.—Goodreads.com. [Suggest a different description.]
Author Bio for Cheyney, Peter
Peter Cheyney, né Reginald Evelyn Peter Southouse Cheyney, (February 22, 1896—June 26, 1951) was born in London's Whitechapel and remains as Britain's leading writer of hard-boiled fiction. During his lifetime, he was a prodigious writer of short stories and crime detective novels. He averaged two books a year and numerous short stories, many of which were published in pamphlet form before being assembled and published into over 30 collections.
His two most memorable recurring characters are a ruthless machine-gun toting FBI agent named Lemmy Caution, and a British private eye, Slim Callaghan.
Cheyney based his hard-boiled detective stories on his experience as a police reporter and crime investigator in the 1920's. Despite the generally bad reviews throughout his career, his books were popular during WWII and his two leading characters became quite the sensation in France and generated numerous films both in French and English. He is also given credit for contributing to Jean-Luc Godard's dystopian art movie "Alphaville" with Lemmy Caution as the lead character.
Cheyney was a flamboyant character himself and always tried to distance himself from his humble beginnings. Sporting a gold monocle, a red carnation, an ornate cloak and a double-barrelled name when such things were in fashion; he was good at golf, fencing, judo and boxing, and ran about in a snazzy sports car.
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