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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
It could be said that James Norman (1912-1983) had an action packed life to say the least, having been a journalist, member of the 1932 US Olympics Polo team, a combatant in the Spanish Civil War, a sculptor in Paris, … Continue reading
This book is an interesting case of publisher intervention as the Rue Morgue Press who reprinted Sarsfield’s two Inspector Parry mysteries, make no bones about giving them new titles, which are meant to be more ‘genre-driven.’ For instance the first … 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
Vintage Mystery Scavenger Hunt Item: Statue Murder Loves Company (1940) by John Mersereau is another detective novel which Rue Morgue Press redeemed from obscurity and Mersereau was certainly a new author for me. What drew me to this novel was … Continue reading
When ‘amateur sleuthing… in self-defense’ goes horribly wrong… In a similar way to Annie Haynes, Dorothy Bowers’ writing career has also suffered neglect due to her early death of tuberculous in 1948 (the year she also joined the Detection Club). … Continue reading