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His name does appear in the book, if you read the last line of the inside back dust jacket of the hardback edition, which begins with the words:

Who is Panama Oxridge?

And ends with the words `poor lad's head!'

This sounds like 'Paul Adshead'. You'd probably need to know that was his name in order to see it though.

Further to the above information regarding the Justin Thyme website, the name Paul Adshead is also spelt out by the playing cards next to the joker on the Thyme clock, found in the library.

The code is explained on page 257 of the book; each suit represents a different letter, so the ace and 6 of hearts stand for P, the 16th letter of the alphabet, the ace of spades stands for A, the 1st letter of the alphabet, and so on.

His name does appear in the book, if you read the last line of the inside back dust jacket of the hardback edition, which begins with the words:

Who is Panama Oxridge?

And ends with the words `poor lad's head!'

This sounds like 'Paul Adshead'. You'd probably need to know that was his name in order to see it though.

His name does appear in the book, if you read the last line of the inside back dust jacket of the hardback edition, which begins with the words:

Who is Panama Oxridge?

And ends with the words `poor lad's head!'

This sounds like 'Paul Adshead'. You'd probably need to know that was his name in order to see it though.

Further to the above information regarding the Justin Thyme website, the name Paul Adshead is also spelt out by the playing cards next to the joker on the Thyme clock, found in the library.

The code is explained on page 257 of the book; each suit represents a different letter, so the ace and 6 of hearts stand for P, the 16th letter of the alphabet, the ace of spades stands for A, the 1st letter of the alphabet, and so on.

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His name does appear in the book, if you read the last line of the inside back dust jacket of the hardback edition, which begins with the words:

Who is Panama Oxridge? Poor lad's head!

Who is Panama Oxridge?

And ends with the words `poor lad's head!'

This sounds like 'Paul Adshead'. You'd probably need to know that was his name in order to see it though.

His name does appear in the book, if you read the last line of the inside back dust jacket:

Who is Panama Oxridge? Poor lad's head!

This sounds like 'Paul Adshead'. You'd probably need to know that was his name in order to see it though.

His name does appear in the book, if you read the last line of the inside back dust jacket of the hardback edition, which begins with the words:

Who is Panama Oxridge?

And ends with the words `poor lad's head!'

This sounds like 'Paul Adshead'. You'd probably need to know that was his name in order to see it though.

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His name does appear in the book, if you read the last line of the inside back dust jacket, Who is Panama Oxridge? Poor lad's head!:

Who is Panama Oxridge? Poor lad's head!

This sounds like 'Paul Adshead'. You'd probably need to know that was his name in order to see it though.

His name does appear in the book, if you read the last line of the inside back dust jacket, Who is Panama Oxridge? Poor lad's head! This sounds like 'Paul Adshead'. You'd probably need to know that was his name in order to see it though.

His name does appear in the book, if you read the last line of the inside back dust jacket:

Who is Panama Oxridge? Poor lad's head!

This sounds like 'Paul Adshead'. You'd probably need to know that was his name in order to see it though.

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