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  • Author:
    Sutherland Scott
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    0841426406
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    978-0841426405
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    Folcroft Library Editions (1973)
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Published by Stanley Paul, London, 1953. From Mordida Books (Houston, TX, . Visit Seller's Storefront. Terms of Sale: All items offered subject to prior sale. Items are returnable within 5 days for any reason. VISA, MASTERCARD, personal checks, etc. accepted.

Blood in their ink. the march of the modern mystery novel. Published 1953 by Stanley Paul in London, New York. American Detective and mystery stories, Detective and mystery stories, English Detective and mystery stories, History and criticism, Popular literature, Technique. English-speaking countries.

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One of the finest novelists and dramatists of the twentieth century’ Glasgow Herald. Maugham’s studies of the lives and masterpieces of ten great novelists are outstanding examples of literary criticism at its finest. This book is sold subject to the condition that it shall not, by way of trade or otherwise, be lent, resold, hired out, or otherwise circulated without the publisher’s prior consent in any form of binding or cover other than that in which it is published and without a similar condition, including this condition, being imposed on the subsequent purchaser.

And finally, in Blood in Their Ink: The March of the Modern Mystery Novel the British mystery writer Sutherland Scott asks that if one had to select: Dorothy Sayers' outstanding characteristics, they might be stated as (a) her ingenuity in thinking up unusual murder methods; and (b) he. .

And finally, in Blood in Their Ink: The March of the Modern Mystery Novel the British mystery writer Sutherland Scott asks that if one had to select: Dorothy Sayers' outstanding characteristics, they might be stated as (a) her ingenuity in thinking up unusual murder methods; and (b) her ability to insert a first-class mystery into a background which is not in itself dramatic.

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