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FW: UPDATE: New stories added!

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Monte Herridge
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Jun 5

Ontos

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Website: http://carrdickson.blogspot.com/ (533) OLD-TIME DETECTION, Spring 2015: http://carrdickson.blogspot.com/2015/05/old-time-detection-spring-2015.html
Michael Soderberg
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Jun 4

gastronomical mysteries

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Al, how about short stories rather than novels.  The first "gastronomical" mystery that came to my mind may not seem like one - Holmes, in Silver Blaze - but
Allan Griffith
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Jun 4

Dead Man's Quarry (1930) by Ianthe Jerrold

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I finally got around to reading DEAD MAN'S QUARRY (1930), which is (sadly) the only follow up Jerrold wrote to THE STUDIO CRIME (1929). Jerrold greatly
Last century Detective
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Jun 2

Re: Digest Number 5208

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I thoroughly enjoyed both Laura and the lesser-known Bedelia~ to the extent that I purchased her tome of short stories later. I found her tone closer to
Robert Garni
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May 30

Vera Caspary WAS Ontos

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On 30 May 2015 at 02:38, Michael Soderberg miketooney49@... ... She's been on my list of writers I need to read for a while now. But having read your
Allan Griffith
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May 29

animals as witnesses in GA detective fiction

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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
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May 22

Music as clue

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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
Mary Reed
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May 22

musical clues

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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
Allan Griffith
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May 19

The Tragedy of Z

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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
Patrick Ohl
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May 19

paintings in golden age detective fiction

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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
Allan Griffith
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May 17

Seventeen Steps to 221B

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On 17 May 2015 at 20:49, Arthur Robinson awrobins@... [GAdetection] < ... So is it a collection of essays rather than stories? Al
Allan Griffith
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May 17

The Scoop & Behind That Screen (1930-31) by The Detection Club

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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
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May 17

GAD books for sale

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 Back in December I offered acatalogue of books I’m trying to sell, mainly to clear space on my bookshelvesand priced to sell, but a few rarities (not as
Arthur Robinson
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May 16

Rufus King recommendations needed

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On 14 May 2015 at 02:00, bibliophile61@... [GAdetection] < ... They're both terrific. I think I'd go along with you in saying THE LESSER ANTILLES CASE is
Allan Griffith
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May 15
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