Terence Alexander stars in these two classic crime dramas, adapted from the novels of John Creasey.
Meet The Honourable Richard Rollison—a.k.a the Toff. A debonair aristocrat and ace amateur sleuth, he’s the scourge of London’s criminal underworld: sometimes working alone, sometimes hand-in-glove with the police. But wherever he goes, he leaves his distinctive calling card: a jaunty caricature featuring a top hat, a monocle, a bow tie and a cigar. In these two gripping thrillers, he finds himself involved in rural intrigue and a wedding-day mystery….
The Toff on the Farm – When the Toff is offered the opportunity to buy a small farm in Sussex, he politely declines—he’s never had any inclination to be a country squire. But when he hears that there’s a mystery attached to the place, he agrees to drive down and take a look. On arrival, he discovers that several other potential buyers are keen to get their hands on the property—and the owner’s brother has vanished. Can the Toff uncover the secrets surrounding Selby Farm?
The Toff and the Runaway Bride – Barbara Lawn is about to marry the Toff’s old chum, Major Guy Lessing, against her father’s wishes. But on the morning of the big day, she receives a distressing phone call—and later, at the reception, a letter arrives bearing shocking news. When she flees her husband en route to the honeymoon, the Toff finds himself investigating a heinous case of blackmail and murder….