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In the novel At Bertram's Hotel, Superintendent Andrews is a senior police officer who attends a meeting chaired by Assistant Commissioner Ronald Graves to discuss the how to combat a growing spate of large scale organised crimes. The text notes that each member of the meeting was a man of some importance in his own line, although it is not stated what Andrews' particular line was. He is described as "a fair, slight, dreamy looking" man.

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