The China Governess
|Publisher||Chatto & Windus|
|Media type||Print (Hardback & Paperback)|
|Preceded by||Hide My Eyes|
|Followed by||The Mind Readers|
Timothy Kinnit is trying to elope with Julia, but the question of his origins as a wartime refugee baby stand between them and their future. What does the "Turk Street Mile", once the wickedest street in London but now redeveloped after wartime bombing, have to do with the mystery? Can Albert Campion and the recently widowed Superintendent Charles Luke find the answer and discover who wants it kept a secret?
- Margery Allingham, The China Governess, (London: Chatto & Windus, 1963)
- An Allingham bibliography, with dates and publishers, from the UK Margery Allingham Society
- A page about the book from the Margery Allingham Archive
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