- Author:John Boland
- Publisher:Prescott Pr; Large Print edition (June 1, 1990)
- Pages:200 pages
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The damn thing was a relic from the 1900s, but it worked so well there was no reason to upgrade. Plus, it took effort to keep the coal burning, and doggen loved regular duties etter. The great iron furnace’s belly had a little window in the front, one made from inch-thick tempered glass, and on the other side flames rolled, lazy and hot. Zsadist?. He rubbed his face and didn’t turn around at the sound of the familiar female voice.
Series: Black Dagger Crime. Hardcover: 230 pages. I suppose there's a certain zany charm to it all - but it's more of the two-reeler adventure tale side of the spectrum, as opposed to a crime/mystery story. Publisher: Black Dagger Crime (June 1, 1997). I will say that the twist at the end, when the true identity of Captain Cut-Throat is revealed is one of the better surprise endings I can recall.
Black Dagger Crime series. July 1990 : UK Audio Cassette. When Jay Donaldson, a young American millionaire on holiday in Scotland, stumbles upon remote Aarolie Castle, the hotel's air of mystery at once impresses him. The news that Aarolie Loch harbours monster trout whets his fisherman's appetite and he gladly agrees to prolong his stay.
Series: Black Dagger Crime Series. While Agatha Christie is widely acknowledged as the best of the so-called Golden Age of mystery writers in terms of plotting, just a step behind is John Dickson Carr, whose expertise in "locked room" mysteries outdoes even Christie's. While Agatha Christie is widely acknowledged as the best of the so-called Golden Age of mystery writers in terms of plotting, just a step behind is John Dickson Carr, whose expertise in "locked room" mysteries outdoes even Christie's
Ray had been gone for over eight years. Eli had told her that Ray wasn’t coming back, not ever. She’d known he was right.
Ray had been gone for over eight years. No word, no signs of life for four years and then the news of his death had quashed any notions Mia had of him returning to her life. And now this, a cryptic note all these years later. It didn’t make any sense at all. He couldn’t be alive. And yet here she is, sitting in the diner where they’d spent an inordinate amount of time in high school
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Richie Dagger's Crime. Dusty Neighbor, Dusty Desk, Rusty Love, Rusty Neck.
John Dickson Carr (1906-1977), the master of the locked-room mystery, was born in Uniontown, Pennsylvania, the son of a US Congressman. He studied law in Paris before settling in England where he married an Englishwoman, and he spent most of his writing career living in Great Britain. Widely regarded as one of the greatest Golden Age mystery writers, his work featured apparently impossible crimes often with seemingly supernatural elements.