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Johnson Johnson is the hero of a series of mystery novels written by Dorothy Dunnett (originally published under the pseudonym, Dorothy Halliday). Johnson Johnson is a widowed portrait painter who doubles as an agent for the British secret service. A constant theme in all the novels is his yacht, the Dolly.
Each book is told in the first person, from the viewpoint of the heroine, and opens with a comment on Johnson Johnson's bifocals.
In this series, the date of publication is not the same as the book's order in the series.
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