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Ben the tramp’s uncanny knack of running into trouble is unsurpassed in the final crime thriller written for him by J. Jefferson Farjeon. On a grey afternoon he was destined never to forget, Ben sat down on a park seat and proceeded to think, not of cabbages and kings, but of numbers, lucky and unlucky. But it wasn’t Ben’s lucky day, or that of the nondescript-looking stran Ben the tramp’s uncanny knack of running into trouble is unsurpassed in the final crime thriller written for him by J. Jefferson Farjeon. On a grey afternoon he was destined never to forget, Ben sat down on a park seat and proceeded to think, not of cabbages and kings, but of numbers, lucky and unlucky. But it wasn’t Ben’s lucky day, or that of the nondescript-looking stranger sitting at the other end of the bench – murdered before his very eyes! That was the prelude to the most uncomfortable and eventful twenty-four hours Ben had ever spent in an uncomfortable and eventful life. J. Jefferson Farjeon’s famous Cockney character Ben, who first appeared in No.17 and six other novels, was never so richly humorous or so absurdly heroic as in this, his last hair-raising adventure taking place at No.19, Billiter Road.


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Ben the tramp’s uncanny knack of running into trouble is unsurpassed in the final crime thriller written for him by J. Jefferson Farjeon. On a grey afternoon he was destined never to forget, Ben sat down on a park seat and proceeded to think, not of cabbages and kings, but of numbers, lucky and unlucky. But it wasn’t Ben’s lucky day, or that of the nondescript-looking stran Ben the tramp’s uncanny knack of running into trouble is unsurpassed in the final crime thriller written for him by J. Jefferson Farjeon. On a grey afternoon he was destined never to forget, Ben sat down on a park seat and proceeded to think, not of cabbages and kings, but of numbers, lucky and unlucky. But it wasn’t Ben’s lucky day, or that of the nondescript-looking stranger sitting at the other end of the bench – murdered before his very eyes! That was the prelude to the most uncomfortable and eventful twenty-four hours Ben had ever spent in an uncomfortable and eventful life. J. Jefferson Farjeon’s famous Cockney character Ben, who first appeared in No.17 and six other novels, was never so richly humorous or so absurdly heroic as in this, his last hair-raising adventure taking place at No.19, Billiter Road.

31 review for Number Nineteen: Ben’s Last Case

  1. 4 out of 5

    Adam Thomas

    Ben becomes eyewitness to a murder, which leads to him experiencing a fairly stressful 24 hours. An enjoyable thriller - although, as with most thrillers, I didn’t really care about the ending.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Rosamund

    The best* book about a cockney tramp I ever read. I might just read the previous books in the series now. *only

  3. 4 out of 5

    Lilania Kershaw

  4. 5 out of 5

    Steven Heywood

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    Robert

  6. 4 out of 5

    V.A. Parten

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    Ivar Volmar

  8. 4 out of 5

    Ton Landsmeer

  9. 5 out of 5

    Carly Nicholas

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    Lesley

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    Lynn Oldham

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    loisa beiza

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    Donna

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    Alan

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    Megan Townsend

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    Siri

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    Robert

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    Laurah

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    Yaroslava

  20. 5 out of 5

    Marts (Thinker)

  21. 5 out of 5

    AmyLeong

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    Tiffany Johnstone

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    Beth

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    Seán Leahy

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    Danie Freeman

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    Danielle

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    Victoria Meyers

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    susan davis

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    Craig Sturgis

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kaneez

  31. 5 out of 5

    Ken Nail Jr

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