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Detective novels are such a great genre of books, filled with with quirky private investigators, dark back alleys, sultry heiresses, and shocking villains. I fell in love with Agatha Christie novels early on when I was young for reasons I don’t entirely understand, but I’ve loved detective novels ever since. Most of the authors on ...
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Detective Hercule Poirot has an uneasy feeling that something is dangerously amiss when he meets the beautiful and rich Linnet Doyle and her new husband Simon Doyle, aboard a cruise ship on the Nil…
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Pulp Covers for Classic Detective Novels by Dashiell Hammett, Arthur Conan Doyle, Agatha Christie & Raymond Chandler
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02. The Murder on the Links (1923) - Jonathan Oliver : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive
The Murder on the Links is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie, first published in the UK in 1923.The story takes place in northern France,...
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Reference and research guide to mystery and detective fiction : Bleiler, Richard : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive
xi, 828 pages ; 25 cm
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Evidently in the 1930s and '40s, when Bailey ventured into long mysteries, the critics of the day hardly ever found anything to object to. Follow the links to somewhat fuller descriptions: SHADOW ON THE WALL (1934): - "Essential." — THE SATURDAY REVIEW (June 9, 1934) THE SULLEN SKY MYSTERY (1935): - "Superb." — THE SATURDAY REVIEW (October 19, 1935) BLACK LAND, WHITE LAND (1937): - "Expert." — THE SATURDAY REVIEW (February 6, 1937) THE TWITTERING BIRD MYSTERY (1937) [a.k.a. CLUNK'S…
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