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"The Glimpses of the Moon," by Edmund Crispin

Classic Mysteries

Release Date: 10/19/2020

"It Walks By Night," by John Dickson Carr

Classic Mysteries

The first impossible crime novel by the 20th century master of impossibilities, John Dickson Carr: It couldn't have been suicide - the victim was beheaded inside a watched and locked room - but the room was empty, except for the victim. French police director Henri Bencolin stars.

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"The Case of the Leaning Man," by Christopher Bush

Classic Mysteries

Ludovic Travers and Superintendent George Wharton of Scotland Yard take on a family feud that may have led to a couple of murders.

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"It Might Lead Anywhere," by E.R. Punshon

Classic Mysteries

It was clearly going to be an interesting case – the murder of an inoffensive little man with no apparent enemies, not much in the way of physical clues. And that kind of case can be very frustrating indeed.

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"Crossed Skis, by Carol Carnac

Classic Mysteries

What connection could there be between a gruesome fire in a London house and a ski holiday in Lech Am Arlberg in the Austrian Alps? The answer may conceal a ruthless murderer. A mystery by E.C.R. Lorac writing as "Carol Carnac."

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"The Christmas Egg," by Mary Kelly

Classic Mysteries

Princess Olga Karukhin escaped from Russia after the revolution. Was she murdered for her supposed collection of art objects that appears to have vanished?

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"Death and the Dutch Uncle," by Patricia Moyes

Classic Mysteries

Superintendent Henry Tibbett finds the murder of a small-time crook conceals a much more deadly plot.

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"The Glimpses of the Moon," by Edmund Crispin

Classic Mysteries

Edmund Crispin's final full-length mystery featuring Gervase Fen. A mystery with artfully rearranged bodies & missing heads & eccentric characters & assorted mayhem - and funny as well.

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"The French Powder Mystery," by Ellery Queen

Classic Mysteries

Passersby watching the daily advertising show in French's Department Store window got a lot more than they expected when a body fell out of the bed. This was the second novel by "Ellery Queen."

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"Tread Softly," by Brian Flynn

Classic Mysteries

Claude Merivale admits he strangled his wife - but he says he did so while in a sleep so deep that everything he did, he did in a dream. Will the jury buy it? Or can Anthony Bathurst find evidence of a cunning killer at work?

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"Lord Edgware Dies," by Agatha Christie

Classic Mysteries

Lord Edgeware's wife threatened to kill him. Now His Lordship has been murdered - but his wife has an unbreakable alibi! Another classic case for Agatha Christie's Hercule Poirot!

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a mystery with artfully rearranged bodies & missing heads & eccentric characters & assorted mayhem - and funny as well.