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  • Wiggins and the Baker Street irregulars make a welcome appearance, as do rat-faced Inspector Lestrade and Mycroft He is still alive, by the way.

    The House of Silk by Anthony Horowitz – review

  • Also present were the good lieutenant and a small, rat-faced man with short brown hair parted with surgical precision.

    Spider Bones

  • But Brand, a rat-faced man with long pink nose, dark eyes and shining teeth, had no experience of Granite at his most polite, the becalmed sea before the earthshaking fury of a North Atlantic squall.

    Aching for Always

  • There were more rat-faced fiends than any of the reports had indicated—far more.

    WORLD OF WARCRAFT STORMRAGE

  • Turning round we saw a little rat-faced fellow standing in the centre of the circle of yellow light which was thrown by the swinging lamp, while Breckinridge, the salesman, framed in the door of his stall, was shaking his fists fiercely at the cringing figure.

    Sole Music

  • Even little rat-faced Murtagh had a reason for violence beyond his natural inclinations.

    Sick Cycle Carousel

  • Christian had coped very nicely then, as he had with Cat and the flooded cottage -- even the rat-faced man.

    You Don't Take Names

  • The rat-faced man was pushed away with one hand, while Eliza felt the other catch her comfortably round the waist.

    You Don't Take Names

  • I knew there was more to my hatred of Krzyzewski than merely the fact that he is a rat-faced leader of Satan's spawn.

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  • Lucky customers then get to enjoy a pint watching Kerry, 29, get rat-faced.

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