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The Case of the Two-Headed Idiot TPB By Harry Stephen Keeler
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Trade paperback. Never published in English until the Ramble House edition, this 1960 novel is one of the best of the Screwball Circus books. It has an updated introduction by Francis M. Nevins on... More > the whole Circus saga.< Less
The Case of the Two-Headed Idiot By Harry Stephen Keeler
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Hardcover. Never published in English until the Ramble House edition, this 1960 novel is one of the best of the Screwball Circus books. It has an updated introduction by Francis M. Nevins on the... More > whole Circus saga.< Less
The Case of the Crazy Corpse By Harry Stephen Keeler
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Hardcover. Never published in English until the Ramble House edition, this 1954 Screwball Circus novel has MacWhorter involved with a corpse made up of two bodies glued together — one Chinese,... More > one Negro. Go figure.< Less
The Case of the Transparent Nude By Harry Stephen Keeler
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Hardcover. Helmon Hobersteed, Chief of Homicide, is having a bad day. His wife told him he was getting on in years and a young girl had just called him an “old man”. Then he gets a call... More > about the apparent death of a beautiful woman in a steam cabinet who has a picture of Helmon taped on her wall — like a pin-up! But when Hobersteed goes to investigate the death of someone who obviously idolized him, he finds her ravishing head sticking out the top of the cabinet and her painted toes below — but gets the shock of his life when he opens the cabinet. No body! It just isn’t Helmon’s day. Instead, it’s a novel only Harry Stephen Keeler could have written!< Less
The Case of the Transparent Nude TPB By Harry Stephen Keeler
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Trade paperback. Never published in English until the Ramble House edition, this 1958 case is about a murder without a body. A head and two feet, but no body. And an insecure inspector.
The Five Silver Buddhas TPB By Harry Stephen Keeler
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Trade paperback. From 1935 comes this thrilling novel about five odd people who happen to buy tiny jade figurines of a non-smiling Buddha. Only Harry Stephen Keeler could have come up with this plot!
The Matilda Hunter Murder TPB By Harry Stephen Keeler
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Trade paperback. Harry Stephen Keeler wrote this huge novel in 1931 and it is probably the first novel to ever address the horror of a small tactical nuclear weapon being hidden in a suitcase. In... More > 1931!< Less
The Monocled Monster TPB By Harry Stephen Keeler
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Trade paperback. In 1945 Harry Stephen Keeler wrote this harrowing novel of a man in the clutches of a maniacal doctor, who uses his power for extortion and more.
The Straw Hat Murders By Harry Stephen Keeler
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Hardcover. It’s tough being being Chief of Homicide when there have been four murders of piano students—all in the same studio apartment! So Huntoon Cambourne knows his job is on the line... More > as he tries to prevent a fifth murder. He’s not lacking for clues because there is a cheap straw hat found at the scene of all four murders. And then there’s the matter of the killer leaving a $20 gold piece in the alms bucket of a deaf and blind mendicant down on the street near the apartment house. But how does the murderer get into the death room when the only opening is a trapdoor that’s only reachable by a dangerous 7-foot leap? If you are new to Keeler, this is a terrific mapback to start with. Illustrated by Gavin L. O’Keefe, with an introduction by Francis M. Nevins.< Less
The Strange Will TPB By Harry Stephen Keeler
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Trade paperback. This 1948 potboiler is the most oriental of the Keeler novels, much of it taking place in Chinatown.