Mr. Rivington is tall, slender and willowy; Mr. Wells is stoutly constructed and appears as if nothing might break him. Mr. Rivington is a dreamer who loves artwork and may pursue his cultured pursuits because of the inheritance his uncle has left him; Mr. Wells is philosophic in a dry-humoured trend and works in Overseas Service. However regardless of their variations these two younger gents are nice pals.
Once they meet on a spring day in 1906, after Mr. Wells’s three years absence from the nation, they don’t have any cause to suspect that their leisurely night will quickly entangle them in a collection of mysterious occasions. However one enigmatic letter and the sudden disappearance of a younger and delightful girl, Yvette de St. Evreux, for whom Mr Rivington has secret emotions, modifications all the pieces.
Paradise Court docket, first revealed in 1930, is a basic thriller novel filled with entertaining characters, humour and adventures that occur between London and Paris.
By J.S. Fletcher