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Not in United Kingdom? Choose your country's store to see books available for purchase. See if you have enough points for this item. Sign in. English crime novelist Charles Latimer is travelling in Istanbul when he makes the acquaintance of Turkish police inspector Colonel Haki. It is from him that he first hears of the mysterious Dimitrios - an infamous master criminal, long wanted by the law, whose body has just been fished out of the Bosphorus.
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Thomas Berger. Blood-thirsty devil by all accounts. There was something about torturing prisoners. I heard, too, that he can drink a couple of bottles of Scotch at a sitting and stay stone cold sober. How did you get on to him? Latimer explained. Collinson shrugged. Why, only the other day. It was with rather more enthusiasm than before that Latimer went to his luncheon appointment the following day. The Colonel arrived, bursting with apologies, twenty minutes late, and hurried his guest straight into the restaurant.
During most of the meal he talked about the detective stories he had read, his reactions to them, his opinions of the characters and his preference for murderers who shot their victims.
At last, with an almost empty bottle of whisky at his elbow and a strawberry ice in front of him, he leaned forward across the table.
I have often thought that I could do so if I had the time. That is the trouble — the time. I have found that out. Latimer waited. He was always meeting people who felt that they could write detective stories if they had the time. I would like to make you a present of it. The Colonel waved away his thanks. I am glad to make you a present of an idea for a new one.
There is a party for the English weekend. In the middle of the party, Lord Robinson is discovered in the library sitting at his desk — shot through the temple. The wound is singed. A pool of blood has formed on the desk and it has soaked into a paper. The paper is a new will which the Lord was about to sign. The old will divided his money equally between six persons, his relations, who are at the party.
That is logical, is it not? Latimer opened his mouth, then shut it again and nodded. Colonel Haki grinned triumphantly. What do you think of that, eh? Of course, I have the whole plot worked out in detail. The flic is a High Commissioner of Scotland Yard.
He seduces one of the suspects, a very pretty woman, and it is for her sake that he solves the mystery. It is quite artistic. But, as I say, I have the whole thing written out. It is written in French. Latimer hesitated only momentarily.
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It was a large room at the end of a corridor. When they went in a uniformed clerk was bending over the desk. He straightened his back, clicked his heels and said some- thing in Turkish. The Colonel answered him and nodded a dismissal. Latimer looked round him. Besides the desk there were several small chairs and an American water-cooler. The walls were bare and the floor was covered with coconut matting. Long green sun lattices hanging outside the windows kept out most of the light.
It was very cool after the heat of the car which had brought them. The Colonel waved him to a chair, gave him a cigarette and began rummaging in a drawer. At last he drew out a sheet or two of typewritten paper and held it out. All the best titles have been used, I find. But I will think of some alternatives. Read it, and do not be afraid to say frankly what you think of it.
If there are any details which you think should be altered, I will alter them. Latimer took the sheets and read while the Colonel sat on the corner of his desk and swung a long, gleaming leg. Latimer read through the sheets twice and then put them down. He was feeling ashamed of himself because he had wanted several times to laugh. He should not have come.
Now that he had come, the best thing he could do was to leave as quickly as possible. There is so much to be thought of. Questions of British legal procedure, for instance. You shall send me a free copy of the book when it appears. Latimer sat back. Well, that was that! It could not take long to make a copy. He listened to the Colonel talking to someone over the telephone and saw him frown. The Colonel put the telephone down and turned to him. The Colonel drew a bulky manila file towards him and began to go through the papers inside it.
Then he selected one and glanced down it. As he did so the uniformed clerk rapped on the door and marched in with a thin yellow folder under his arm.
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There was silence in the room. Latimer, affecting preoccupation with his cigarette, glanced across the desk. Colonel Haki was slowly turning the pages inside the folder, and on his face was a look that Latimer had not seen there before. It was the look of the expert attending to the business he understood perfectly. In that moment he revised his ideas about Colonel Haki. He had been feeling a little sorry for him as one feels sorry for anyone who has unconsciously made a fool of himself.
What made you think of him? Are you pressed for time? Related books. The Mask of Dimitrios. Eric Ambler , James Fenton. English crime novelist Charles Latimer is travelling in Istanbul when he makes the acquaintance of police inspector Colonel Haki, from whom he hears of Dimitrios - a criminal.
Latimer decides to retrace Dimitrios' steps to gather material for a new book.
In entering Dimitrios' criminal underworld, he realizes that his own life may be on the line.