Romeo Brown was a likeable but somewhat bumbling private detective who far preferred socialising with his lady friends (like Miss Peach of Fingles Theatrical Agency and Fan, owner of the Matchwell Marriage Bureau) to working.

Originally created by Alfred Mazure, from 1957 Jim Holdaway took over the art, with Peter O’Donnell writing. When Romeo’s adventures ceased in 1962, O’Donnell and Holdaway created Modesty Blaise.

5 stories

The Admirals Grand-daughter
Romeo the Ruthless
The Arabian Knight
The Frolics of Fifi
The Girl and the Ghoul


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