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Corbett is a mystery writer who is not well known today, though from 1929 to 1951 he published over 40 mystery novels. Although I didn’t spot any in this book, Corbett is meant to be remembered for his ‘spectacular misuse … Continue reading
Tuesday Night Blogger: A is for April… and Anything Goes: Accidental and Amateur Sleuths – What’s the Difference?
Ever keen to try something new, the Tuesday Night Bloggers have gone for a different type of theme this month: the letter A. Be it a book title, author, country or a more abstract theme; it all goes, as long … Continue reading
Vintage Mystery Scavenger Hunt Item: Full Skeleton Rue Morgue Press have once again made it possible for me to try out a new author who is not well known. Born in America, Scherf’s writing career spanned from 1940-1978. Her mystery … Continue reading
‘Who killed Blythe is not really very important… the important thing is… other people suspecting the wrong murderer…’ Delano Ames’ Jane and Dagobert Brown series has always been a favourite of mine and after quite a saga I have finally … Continue reading