Tommy and Tuppence find themselves working for the US Ambassador to Great Britain who tells them a strange tale about a misplaced bag. On his recent return to the UK, a bag identical to his, but belonging to someone else, was delivered to his home. The correct bags were delivered soon after but when he approached the other party involved, they denied ever getting the wrong bag. What, the Ambassador asks, would someone have wanted with his bag that contained nothing other than his boots? Interviewing several of the passengers who traveled on the same ship as the Ambassador, the detectives conclude that they are dealing with a case of smuggling, but who are the culprits? Written by
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[Referring to Tuppence
"Eileen O'Hara! Too impossibly Irish for words!" is how she put it.
She seems to have more perception than you, Mr. Blunt
Well, in matters concerning women she just cannot be deceived. She taught me how to tell a peroxide blonde from a natural one. Golden hair has to be the genuine article to take me.
References Mare Nostrum