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"Tuesday the Rabbi Took Off," by Harry Kemelman

Classic Mysteries

Release Date: 03/28/2021

"The Case of the Seven Sneezes," by Anthony Boucher

Classic Mysteries

A dead cat may be nothing to sneeze at. but why seven sneezes? A private detective and a small group of survivors from a murderous wedding find themselves trapped with an apparently psychotic killer on a remote island, cut off from the world at large.

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"The Condamine Case," by Moray Dalton

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A family curse - and murder, ancient and modern. It sounded like the perfect story for a movie - a curse still working after 300 years. A macabre twist to a powerful drama - or simply brutal murder?

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"Murder in Married Life," by Anne Morice

Classic Mysteries

Nice to be newlywed. Not so nice to fight a blackmailer. Anne Morice's "Murder in Married Life," reviewed this week on Classic Mysteries.

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"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."

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"The Lost Gallows," by John Dickson Carr

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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.

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"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.

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"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.

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"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.

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

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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.

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"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.

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