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FW: UPDATE: New stories added!

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Monte Herridge
May 22
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Ontos

Website: http://carrdickson.blogspot.com/ (520) "A Cloud of Blood Sprayed Over Them":
Michael Soderberg
May 22
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animals as witnesses in GA detective fiction

I’ve just finished reading Erle Stanley Gardner’s THE CASE OF THE CARELESS KITTEN. I’ve now read about half a dozen of his Perry Mason mysteries and no
Allan Griffith
May 22
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Re: Music as clue

On 20 May 2015 at 00:58, Mary Reed maywrite@... [GAdetection] < ... I love the Martin Hewitt stories and that one's included in the Dover collection
Allan Griffith
May 22
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Re: musical clues

Murder on the Blackboard by Stuart Palmer When the Wind Blows by Cyril Hare. And I seem to remember one where the murderer is characterised by his whistling a
Jon Jermey
May 19
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Music as clue

"The first author who springs to mind is of course Edmund Crispin, a noted composer himself." A "noted" composer? Is there any other kind? :) At first I
Arnie Perlstein
May 19
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Music as clue

One that springs to mind, Al, is one of Arthur Morrison's Hewitt tales, to wit, The Case of the Flitterbat Lancers, in which a written piece of music is a code
Mary Reed
May 19
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Re: The Tragedy of Z

Very good review, Patrick. It's good to be reminded of this book and the series. I too was impressed by the prison scenes in Z. It will be interesting to see
lesterleith
May 19
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lesterleith
May 19
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musical clues

We’ve talked about golden age detective fiction in which paintings play a crucial role. What about music? There must be quite a few detective stories in
Allan Griffith
May 19
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The Tragedy of Z

Today on the blog (it's been a while since that phrase has made a regular appearance), I review THE TRAGEDY OF Z. What did I think of Drury Lane? Did I have
Patrick Ohl
May 18
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Re: paintings in golden age detective fiction

A portrait is a central element of Carr's The Burning Court. Best, Sam ... I’m looking for golden age (or earlier) detective stories in which paintings play
lesterleith
May 17
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Re: Seventeen Steps to 221B

On 17 May 2015 at 20:49, Arthur Robinson awrobins@... [GAdetection] < ... So is it a collection of essays rather than stories? Al
Allan Griffith
May 17
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The Scoop & Behind That Screen (1930-31) by The Detection Club

I decided to dip in this collection of two, novelized radio plays from the early 1930s that were written by an all-star cast from the London Detection Club for
Last century Detective
May 17
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Re: Seventeen Steps to 221B

 I saw this in a librtary years (actually decades) ago, and photocopied the essay by Carr. Here's the WorldCat record for the original edition:  Seventeen
Arthur Robinson
May 17
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