Miscellanea MISCELLANEA “The Crashed Air-Liner” (published in 1947) Sexton Blake and Tinker arrive on the scene in their Rolls Royce motor car (the Grey Panther). “The Poisoned Pen” (published in 1938) A letter is being furtively posted under the surveillance of two armed men. “Horror House” (published in 1930) The crooks with cowls descend into the dungeon with their lady captive. “The Man Who Never Slept” (published in 1937) A fine piece of artwork by Eric Parker “Secret of Smugglers’ Cove” (published in 1935) Sinister deeds take place on a deserted sea shore. An exciting incident in the story when ~Sexton Blake and Tinker have an encounter with the “Jack of Clubs”. A fragment of paper is examined under the magnifying glass – it may be a clue! The magician of Soho – 1938 There was along-term delicate loving relationship between Sexton Blake and the glamorous Yvonne.