Tag Archives: Clyde B. Clason

Deadly Dinner Parties

Spoiler warning: For readers who haven’t read Christie’s 4:50 from Paddington and Lord Edgware Dies I would avoid section one of this post. Not everyone is a fan of dinner parties. They can be incredibly stressful for the host and/or … Continue reading

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Book of the Month: May 2016

It has been a busy month on the blog with 14 reviews, a post looking at Agatha Christie in translation with contributors from all over the world and a series of spoof posts looking at what Christie has to say … Continue reading

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Dragon’s Cave (1940) by Clyde B. Clason

Vintage Mystery Scavenger Hunt Item: Skeletal Hand This is my second time reading Clason’s work, with my first being his novel Poison Jasmine (1940). Dragon’s Cave (1940) (the title deriving from a line in Romeo and Juliet – so sadly … Continue reading

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Poison Jasmine (1940) by Clyde B. Clason

Vintage Mystery Scavenger Hunt Item: Hand Holding Weapon Clyde B. Clason is another new author for me this year and I found it interesting that his writing career was so short (between 1936 and 1941). Yet its’ brevity was not … Continue reading

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