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"Murder in the Mill-Race," by E.C.R. Lorac

Classic Mysteries

Release Date: 10/05/2019

"Judge Dee at Work," by Robert Van Gulik

Classic Mysteries

Eight short mysteries set in 7th Century China, all solved by Judge Dee.

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"The Night of the Wolf," by Paul Halter

Classic Mysteries

"But that's impossible!" Or maybe not. Not when the story you're reading comes from Paul Halter, a modern French author with a gift for impossible crime stories. Ten short stories by Halter, translated by John Pugmire. Savor the (im)possibilities.

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"The Sybil in Her Grave," by Sarah Caudwell

Classic Mysteries

When a small group of neighbors is getting successful stock tips from a self-styled "psychic," sudden death may not be quite as accidental as you think

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"The Case of the Counterfeit Colonel," by Christopher Bush

Classic Mysteries

Henry Clandon wanted to hire Ludovic Travers to find the war hero who saved his life. But Clandon forgot to mention a few obstacles to the search - including murder.

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"The Case of the Flowery Corpse," by Christopher Bush

Classic Mysteries

Ludovic Travers was nearly run off the road by a car driven by a man dying of atropine poisoning. But Ludo - and the police - found that the deeper they dug into a case of murder, the more bizarre the clues became.

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"Death in Fancy Dress," by Anthony Gilbert

Classic Mysteries

A blackmailer is driving victims to suicide when they cannot meet payment demands in this classic country house mystery from a top author of the Golden Age.

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"Evil Under the Sun," by Agatha Christie

Classic Mysteries

The beauty of Arlena Stuart Marshall moved nearly everyone she met either to love her or to hate her. Everyone knew who loved her - but only Hercule Poirot could learn who hated her enough to kill her.

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"Inspector French and the Starvel Hollow Tragedy," by Freeman Wills Crofts

Classic Mysteries

When a fire destroys Starvel House, trapping and killing three people, it seems like a terrible accident. But when Inspector French arrives from Scotland Yard, he finds evidence that points to murder.

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"Maigret and the Saturday Caller," by Georges Simenon

Classic Mysteries

The man who followed Maigret home had a deadly secret to share.

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"Puzzle for Players," by Patrick Quentin

Classic Mysteries

"Nice show, Mr. Duluth. Too bad about the murders..."

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