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Music as clue

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

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
lesterleith
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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
lesterleith
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May 17

Seventeen Steps to 221B

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

Bow Street Runners and detective fiction

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I can heartily recommend the Blind Beak series of Bruce Alexander. The plots are clever and gripping, the period is well researched and portrayed and the
Alan Cassady-Bishop
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May 13

The Golden Age of Murder

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Great to hear from you Patrick. I hope your posts become more frequent. Sent from my iPhone Anita
Anita Hoffman
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May 10

Spider's Web (1954/2000) by Agatha Christie and Charles Osborne

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I am told many good things can be found via utube (we cannot view anything thereon due to being on dial up) so it may be perhaps one day it will pop up! Hope
Mary Reed
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May 9

Classic-Era Locked Room Novel

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Thanks so much, John. I hope that you'll succeed. I think that your publishing efforts are just terrific. Best, Sam Karnick ... Sam, nothing would please me
lesterleith
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May 9
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