loader from loading.io

"The Book of the Crime," by Elizabeth Daly

Classic Mysteries

Release Date: 08/31/2020

"Death in the Grand Manor," by Anne Morice.

Classic Mysteries

A charming and witty satirical mystery from the early years of the so-called "Silver Age of Detective Fiction."

info_outline
"The Lost Gallows," by John Dickson Carr

Classic Mysteries

A limousine driven by a dead man with a cut throat...a lost gallows on a missing London street...John Dickson Carr's second mystery starring Henri Bencolin, "The Lost Gallows," reviewed.

info_outline
"Tuesday the Rabbi Took Off," by Harry Kemelman

Classic Mysteries

Rabbi Small needed a break in his routine. An international bombing incident wasn't what he had in mind.

info_outline
"The Case of Sir Adam Braid," by Molly Thynne

Classic Mysteries

Nearly everyone in his family hated Sir Adam Braid. Only the old man's granddaughter loved him - and the old miser was cutting her out of his will. A motive for murder? Or did someone else hate him enough to kill him? "The Case of Sir Adam Braid," A Golden Age classic by Molly Thynne, reviewed.

info_outline
"A Key to Death," by Frances and Richard Lockridge

Classic Mysteries

On the Classic Mysteries podcast this week, Mr. and Mrs. North only want to draw up a new will, but it's their lawyer who gets murdered.

info_outline
"Helen Passes By," by E.R. Punshon

Classic Mysteries

Newly appointed to Scotland Yard, Bobby Owen finds himself weighing motives, politics and amazing beauty as he hunts for a murderer who might just be an "untouchable" British aristocrat. E.R. Punshon's "Helen Passes By," reviewed.

info_outline
"The Mystery of the Blue Train," by Agatha Christie

Classic Mysteries

Another, earlier pre-Orient-Express train ride for Hercule Poirot comes complete with jewel robberies, blackmail, and murder on a luxury train across France.

info_outline
"The Laughing Dog," by Francis Vivian

Classic Mysteries

On the Classic Mysteries podcast this week, you might call it a portrait of the artist as a young...dog? Did it hide the secret of a doctor's murder? Inspector Gordon Knollis had to decipher the secret of Francis Vivian's 1948 classic, "The Laughing Dog."

info_outline
"Murder in Vienna," by E.C.R. Lorac

Classic Mysteries

On the Classic Mysteries blog, Scotland Yard Inspector Macdonald thought he was going on holiday in Vienna. So how did he wind up helping local police investigate some nasty murders? E.C.R. Lorac's "Murder in Vienna," reviewed.

info_outline
"The Orange Axe," by Brian Flynn

Classic Mysteries

A grim solution to a grim problem: how to deal with a loathsome blackmailer who may also be a serial killer? For half-a-dozen young Englishmen, the answer appears to be a well-plotted murder, one where it will be impossible to tell who struck the fatal blow. Only things may not always go quite as smoothly as planned.

info_outline
 
More Episodes

What was the deadly secret of the book that forced Rena Austen to flee her home and husband and seek help from biblio expert Henry Gamadge?