When a wife, who is a private detective, discovers that her beloved husband is a forger, what course should she take? 'Taffy's Wife' solves this intricate problem in a dramatic and unexpected manner.
Rosalind is tall and handsome with a capable, business-like air about her. She evidently adores Taffy, who is young, fair, boyish and excitable.
Picture the Evans' flat in Battersea. The room is dark but for a faint glimmer of firelight. An open door discloses a corridor and a hat rack.
Taffy enters from the corridor talking to Robert Cressall, a much older man with a strong, resolute manner.
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