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Report on Vanessa Hewstone TPB By Harry Stephen Keeler
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Trade paperback. Written in 1957 and never published until now, this is the tale of a kindly circus owner terrorized by a maniac who is stealing the letter 'U' from signs along the circus' route.
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 Riddle of the Travelling Skull TPB By Harry Stephen Keeler
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Trade paperback. One of Keeler's best, this 1933 gem concerns a skull -- of course -- a Chinaman, and a harpy who goes by the name of 'Suin' Sophie'.
The Mystery of the Fiddling Cracksman By Harry Stephen Keeler
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Hardcover. Billy Hemple has a question: why are the residences of men named John (no middle name) Craig being broken into? And why does the burglar not steal anything? Instead he breaks out a fiddle... More > and plays a mournful dirge — to a locked safe! Billy’s got a special reason for needing to solve the mystery — the woman he wants to marry is the daughter of the only man left in Chicago whose name is John (no middle name) Craig! Even Harry Stephen Keeler has a hard time wrapping up all the loose ends of this labyrinthine webwork novel.< Less
Riddle of the Travelling Skull By Harry Stephen Keeler
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Hardcover. “I knew full well when the Chinaman stopped me in the street and coolly asked me for a light for his cigarette, that a light for his cigarette was the last thing in the world that he... More > really wanted!” So begins one of the most stupefyingly convoluted web­work mysteries ever devised by the arcane mind of Harry Stephen Keeler. Many Keeler stories have a skull in them but in this one the skull has a starring role! And watch out for those Chinamen!< Less