She is being linked with two other blonde women because their modus operandi is so similar. But then you always. Detectives say that the three, who usually dress in smart business suits, have been stealing the identities of wealthy women in London to obtain bank cards and fake passports which they then use to steal thousands of pounds from their victims' s. The two other women, who may or may not be connected, are also described as blonde, attractive females.
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First edition of this posthumous collection of stories, sketches, letters and a short play by itinerant American writer Bowles, with an foreword by Tennessee Williams, a close personal friend: "In appearance she was a lovely girl, Whta, piquant, darting between humor, anxiety, love and distraction. Mr Gibbens said police from different forces were continuing to collate information on the activities of all three women.
Feminine Wiles. I had met nervous girls before, but her quicksilver animation, her continual cries, to me and herself: 'Shall we do this or shall we do that? Sure God created man before woman.
Followers. She and her husband, the novelist, short femknine writer and composer Paul Bowles, were opnely bisexual and preferred to take lovers outside of their marriage.
What are feminine wiles The women usually approach male tellers in bank branches in East Anglian market towns whose suspicions do not appear easily aroused when dealing with attractive, female customers. Octavo, publisher's brown cloth over beige textured paper-covered boards, paper spine label and upper board printed in teal and sienna, brown endpapers, original acetate dust jacket. I think he was perhaps taken by her a little bit.
Bank staff are persuaded that she is genuine because she is able to produce a passport with her photograph on, a legitimate bank card and intimate details of people's s. Pins.
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Feminine Wiles is a collection of sixteen short stories by John Grover. Instead of stereotypical male protagonists, Grover casts a woman as the villain of each story.
Police are uncertain how the women obtained the details of their victims but have not ruled out the possibility that the information is coming from within a bank. the art of flirting shamelessly with a guy. Collection by Margie Smith • Last updated 8 days ago.
Det Con John Gibbens, of Suffolk police, said yesterday: "She always targets male tellers instead of other women because she knows she will be able to charm them. Illustrated with nine black-and-white photos; with a one- biography by Paul Bowles.
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