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The Perjured Alibi TPB By Walter S. Masterman
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Trade paperback. When Dennis Tracy visits his old friend Kenneth Darent he isn’t prepared for what he finds — a drunk who is in love with Margorie Browne, a beautiful girl... More > who just happens to be the fiancee of the richest man in town! So when Tracy discovers that Darent has no alibi for the time when the rich man is murdered, he and Margorie come up with an alibi for him, an alibi that puts them in danger of prison — or worse! Perjury has never been so fun — or deadly.< Less
The Flying Beast tpb By Walter S. Masterman
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Trade paperback. Walter S. Masterman, known for his oddball horror/mystery novels about demonic toads and toxic mistletoe, wrote 16 novels between 1926 and 1938. Ramble House is proud to bring back... More > THE FLYING BEAST (1932) to go with last year’s THE GREEN TOAD. Once you enter his universe of ordinary citizens aiding exceptional detectives you’ll wonder why his action-packed books haven’t been reprinted before.< Less
The Green Toad TPB By Walter S. Masterman
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Trade paperback. It was not a good day for Inspector Jackson. He spotted an illegally parked car and when he told the driver to move on, the man's head fell off! Then he identified the car and the... More > body as belonging to George Barran, wealthy landowner, and with fingerprint evidence proved that the body somehow murdered itself. But he was really surprised when George Barran, alive and angry, showed up at the police station later that afternoon complaining about being bothered by the police. And the Inspector hasn't even been to the Barran estate yet, where he will find a huge green toad.< Less
The Wrong Verdict TPB By Walter S. Masterman
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Trade paperback. Vera Pollard’s father was unjustly convicted of murder and sent to prison, and years later, when she became an assistant to a Chinese mentalist named Lian Foo, he was released.... More > Thus began a series of events that threatened to send another innocent man, Vera’s fiancé Ronald Watson, to the gallows. Walter S. Masterman, author of numerous mysteries that spirit the reader into a world of opium, séances and murder, wrote this in 1938, at the height of his literary powers. It is the latest in the Masterman series from Ramble House, a novel of suspense that has been forgotten too long.< Less
The Baddington Horror By Walter S. Masterman
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Trade paperback. A retired judge is found shot in his private garden, and beside him is found the body of an ex-convict whom he had sent to jail—it looks like a pretty clear case of murder and... More > suicide—motive: revenge. Sir Arthur Sinclair, our old favorite of Scotland Yard, soon discovers that the death of Sir Ernest Ferber is not nearly as simple as it looked. The clues are unusually baffling—the threads of the great knot strangely twisted and sinister. The setting of the story is Baddington Court, an ancient manor deep in the English country—a richly traditional estate which has at its very core the Secret Garden in which the bodies were found. (The Ramble House edition of ‘The Baddington Horror’ features a mapback showing the murder scene.) This reprint is part of the Ramble House mission to bring Walter S. Masterman’s distinctive novels back into print.< Less
The Border Line TPB By Walter S. Masterman
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Trade paperback. Very strange things are going on at Cold Stairs, the country manor home of the Harman family. Is the true horror behind Cold Stairs a supernatural force, or something altogether more... More > sinister? Scotland Yard detective Dick Selden must pit every ounce of his skill, and a healthy dose of intuition, into solving a mystery which began a generation before.... This sixth book under the Dancing Tuatara Press imprint was written in 1937 and has an introduction by John Pelan.< Less
The Yellow Mistletoe TPB By Walter S. Masterman
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Trade paperback. 1930’s THE YELLOW MISTLETOE is the third mystery by Walter S. Masterman to be published by Ramble House and there will be more. It’s the rollicking tale of murder in the... More > tubes of London, which looks to be an accident, until Chief-Inspector Arthur Sinclair proves that it wasn’t. The trail of evidence leads to the English countryside where he meets a cast of characters right out of a H. Rider Haggard novel. Then it’s off to the wilds of Bulgaria where a hidden city provides enough ritualistic danger for a dozen thrillers.< Less
The Green Toad By Walter S. Masterman
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Hardback. It was not a good day for Inspector Jackson. He spotted an illegally parked car and when he told the driver to move on, the man's head fell off! Then he identified the car and the body as... More > belonging to George Barran, wealthy landowner, and with fingerprint evidence proved that the body somehow murdered itself. But he was really surprised when George Barran, alive and angry, showed up at the police station later that afternoon complaining about being bothered by the police. And the Inspector hasn't even been to the Barran estate yet, where he will find a huge green toad.< Less
The Flying Beast By Walter S. Masterman
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Hardcover. Walter S. Masterman, known for his oddball horror/mystery novels about demonic toads and toxic mistletoe, wrote 16 novels between 1926 and 1938. Ramble House is proud to bring back THE... More > FLYING BEAST (1932) to go with last year’s THE GREEN TOAD. Once you enter his universe of ordinary citizens aiding exceptional detectives you’ll wonder why his action-packed books haven’t been reprinted before.< Less
The Yellow Mistletoe By Walter S. Masterman
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Hardcover. 1930’s THE YELLOW MISTLETOE is the third mystery by Walter S. Masterman to be published by Ramble House and there will be more. It’s the rollicking tale of murder in the tubes... More > of London, which looks to be an accident, until Chief-Inspector Arthur Sinclair proves that it wasn’t. The trail of evidence leads to the English countryside where he meets a cast of characters right out of a H. Rider Haggard novel. Then it’s off to the wilds of Bulgaria where a hidden city provides enough ritualistic danger for a dozen thrillers.< Less