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Prince Rupert Library Capi (Text) 33294002059590 Adult Fiction - Second Floor Volume hold Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9780712352574
  • ISBN: 0712352570
  • Physical Description: 319 pages ; 20 cm.
  • Edition: British Library edition.
  • Publisher: London, England : British Library, 2018.

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Formatted Contents Note: The case of Lady Sannox / Arthur Conan Doyle -- A mystery of the Underground / John Oxenham -- The Finchley puzzle / Richard Marsh -- The magic casket / R. Austin Freeman -- The Holloway Flat tragedy / Ernest Bramah -- The magician of Cannon Street / J. S. Fletcher -- The stealer of marble / Edgar Wallace -- The tea leaf / Robert Eustace and Edgar Jepson -- The hands of Mr Ottermole / Thomas Burke -- The little house / H. C. Bailey -- The silver mask / Hugh Walpole -- Wind in the east / Henry Wade -- The avenging chance / Anthony Berkeley -- They don't wear labels / E. M. Delafield -- The unseen door / Margery Allingham -- Cheese / Ethel Lina White -- You can't hang twice / Anthony Gilbert.
Summary, etc.: "Capital Crimes is an eclectic collection of London-based crime stories, blending the familiar with the unexpected in a way that reflects the personality of the city. Alongside classics by Margery Allingham, Anthony Berkeley and Thomas Burke are excellent and unusual stories by authors who are far less well known. The stories give a flavour of how writers have tackled crime in London over the span ofmore than half a century. Their contributions range from an early serial-killer thriller set on the London Underground and horrific vignettes to cerebral whodunits. What they have in common is an atmospheric London setting, and enduring value as entertainment. Each story is introduced by the editor, Martin Edwards, who sheds light on the authors' lives and the background to their writing."--
Subject: London (England) -- Fiction
Genre/Form: Short stories.
Detective and mystery fiction.

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