This is the boyhood home of narrator William Ashenden and a seaside town in Kent County.
This famous auction house on King St., London is described as narrator William Ashenden kills time before a lunch engagement with fellow writer Alroy Kear.
This is the estate that renowned author Edward "Ted" Driffield buys after being jilted by first wife Rosie.
Half Moon Street
This is the sedate and respectable neighborhood where narrator William Ashenden rents an apartment from Miss Fellows.
This is a town near Blackstable, England that is home to Rosie Gann Driffield's mother.
Running parallel to the Vauxhall Bridge Road in London, this is where Edward and Rosie Driffield rent rooms after fleeing Blackstable in debt and disgrace.
This is a tumultuous major thoroughfare in London where William Ashenden often strolls along past the Ritz Hotel.
St. James's Street Club
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