4 edition of Salute the Toff. found in the catalog.
A Walker mystery.
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|Pagination||xvi, 80 p. :|
|Number of Pages||69|
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Young secretary Fay Gretton Marsh comes to Rollinson, worried that her employer has not shown up for work for several days and cannot be contacted.
Model for the Toff 1957• The Toff on Fire 1957• British crime thriller, one of two about The Toff.
For a 'lost film' I thought it was far more than satisfactory. "Toff" is for an ostentatiously idle young man of thehence the name. Today's Cinema enjoyed the film, but pointed out that sophisticated fare was not on the menu by classing it as a "bustling crime and detection action of the brand beloved by the masses".
Bibliography [ ] The Toff was Salute the Toff. in the tuppenny weekly crime magazine The Thriller in 1933, while the first novel was published in 1938.
I was reading John D MacDonald, Ross MacDonald, and Rex Stout: classic writers in the mystery genre. He always knows better than the police and of course he always ends up right and with a woman on his arm. I have been looking forward to seeing the film for years.
At the end of an evening out, Richard Rollinson drives Lady Anthea Munroe to his home on Gresham Terrace where they find Draycott's secretary Fay Gretton waiting to speak with the Toff.
"Toff" is for an ostentatiously idle young man of the , hence the name.
He is described as dour and sad-looking, and is in every way the proper gentleman's gentleman.