The cross-channel steamer Chichester stops part technique to France. A immobile yacht lies in her direction. while a celebration clambers aboard they discover a path of blood and lifeless males. leader Constable Turnbill has to name on Inspector French for assist in fixing the secret of the Nymph.
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