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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 2016 Crime Scene: Brian Stoddart A Straits Settlement
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'When the story opens in the 1920s we find Chris Le Fanu undertaking higher duties as Acting Inspector-General of Police for the Madras Presidency with continuing support from Mohammed Habibullah (Habi) and Jackson Caldicott, both promoted to substantive positions as assistant superintendents of the Crime Unit and Special Branch. Unfortunately for LF his work as IG – mainly paper shuffling – is dreary and his private life is unfulfilled. ...'

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