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THE IRISH DETECTIVE By THOMAS KENNEDY
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Thirteen interconnected mysteries all hard boiled and humorous
THE IRISH DETECTIVE By THOMAS KENNEDY
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Thirteen interconnected mysteries all hard boiled and humorous
The Women In White By Wilkie Collins
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That is the tale of what a woman's endurance can endure, and what a person's decision can obtain. If the equipment of the law will be trusted to fathom every case of suspicion, and to behavior every... More > system of inquiry, with moderate help best from the lubricating affects of oil of gold, the activities which fill these pages might have claimed their percentage of the public interest in a courtroom of Justice. however the regulation remains, in positive inevitable cases, the pre-engaged servant of the lengthy purse; and the tale is left to be instructed, for the first time, in this region. as the choose might as soon as have heard it, so the Reader shall pay attention it now.< Less
The Armchair Detective and the Celebrity Stalker: The Armchair Detective By Ian Shimwell
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"My name is Darnia Storm. I was a stunning glamour model, now I'm a beautiful actress. I adore men - and love women. But not everyone shares my amazing success. Jealousy and bitterness are now... More > my co-stars. Someone is stalking me, but who? I need help..." Trench takes the Lead, and Old Tom directs the Show from backstage...< Less
Detective Fiction: The Novel By Niama Leslie Williams, Ph.D.
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Is the drop-dead gorgeous psychiatrist in love or is some other far more nefarious plot afoot The Journey pulls us in and leaves us wondering. Told she was schizophrenic at 19, it takes a trip to... More > an unexpected homeland for the real truth to sink in: she is not crazy, but psychic. Raised by a degreed registered nurse and thus devoted to Western medicine, the hardest person to convince is herself, but by the end of Detective Fiction, the game between her self, her spiritual helpers, and the doppelganger who refuses to leave her alone becomes cold, calculating, and a clear risk to her survival.< Less
DETECTIVE FICTION: THE NOVEL By Niama Leslie Williams, Ph.D.
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Is the drop-dead gorgeous psychiatrist in love or is some other far more nefarious plot afoot? The Journey pulls us in and leaves us wondering. Told she was schizophrenic at 19, it takes a trip to... More > an unexpected homeland for the real truth to sink in: she is not crazy, but psychic. Raised by a degreed registered nurse and thus devoted to Western medicine, the hardest person to convince is herself, but by the end of Detective Fiction, the game between her self, her spiritual helpers, and the doppelganger who refuses to leave her alone becomes cold, calculating, and a clear risk to her survival.< Less
The Adventure of the Dying Detective By Arthur Conan Doyle
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Extract : Mrs. Hudson, the landlady of Sherlock Holmes, was a long-suffering woman. Not only was her first-floor flat invaded at all hours by throngs of singular and often undesirable characters but... More > her remarkable lodger showed an eccentricity and irregularity in his life which must have sorely tried her patience. His incredible untidiness, his addiction to music at strange hours, his occasional revolver practice within doors, his weird and often malodorous scientific experiments, and the atmosphere of violence and danger which hung around him made him the very worst tenant in London. On the other hand, his payments were princely. I have no doubt that the house might have been purchased at the price which Holmes paid for his rooms during the years that I was with him. The landlady stood in the deepest awe of him and never dared to interfere with him, however outrageous his proceedings might seem. She was fond of him, too, for he had a remarkable gentleness and courtesy in his dealings with women.< Less
The Experiences of Loveday Brooke, Lady Detective By Catherine Louisa Pirkis
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What is a young lady like Loveday Brooke doing in a private detective agency? She's working there, as a clever sleuth, a female Sherlock Holmes of sorts. Excerpts: "Loveday Brooke, at this... More > period of her career, was a little over thirty years of age, and could be best described in a series of negations. "She was not tall, she was not short; she was not dark, she was not fair; she was neither handsome nor ugly. Her features were altogether nondescript; her one noticeable trait was a habit she had, when absorbed in thought, of dropping her eyelids over her eyes till only a line of eyeball showed, and she appeared to be looking out at the world through a slit, instead of through a window. Her dress was invariably black, and was almost Quaker-like in its neat primness."< Less
Detecting Wimsey Papers on Dorothy L. Sayers's Detective Fiction By Nancy-Lou Patterson
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294 pp. bib, appendix, index, illus. by the author. Eds. Emily E. Auger & Janet Brennan Croft. TOC/ TRANSFORMATIONS & TRANSGRESSIONS 1. "All Nerves and Nose": Lord Peter Wimsey as... More > Wounded Healer... 2. "Changing, Fearfully Changing": Polarization and Transformation in...Strong Poison 3. "Bloody Farce": Irony, Farce, and Mortality in... Have His Carcase 4. "A Comedy of Masks": Lord Peter as Harlequin 5. "A Ring of Good Bells": Providence and Judgment in...Nine Tailors 6. "Beneath That Ancient Roof": The House as Symbol 7. "Eve's Sharp Apple": Five Transgressing Women... 8. "The Perilous Synthesis" Sacred and Profane Love in... Thrones, Dominations / REFLECTIONS 9. Even the Parrot Knows Better... 10. "A Bloomsbury Blue-Stocking"... 11. Images of Judaism and Anti-Semitism... 12. "Cat o' Mary" 13. Why We Honor the Centenary of Dorothy L. Sayers... Nancy-Lou Patterson taught at the U. of Waterloo from 1962 until 1992 and was an active artist, poet, fiction writer, and Inklings scholar.< Less
Detecting Wimsey Papers on Dorothy L. Sayers's Detective Fiction By Nancy-Lou Patterson
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294 pp. bib, appendix, index, illus. by the author. Eds. Emily E. Auger & Janet Brennan Croft. TOC/TRANSFORMATIONS & TRANSGRESSIONS 1. "All Nerves and Nose": Lord Peter Wimsey as... More > Wounded Healer... 2. "Changing, Fearfully Changing": Polarization and Transformation in...Strong Poison 3. "Bloody Farce": Irony, Farce, and Mortality in... Have His Carcase 4. "A Comedy of Masks": Lord Peter as Harlequin 5. "A Ring of Good Bells": Providence and Judgment in...Nine Tailors 6. "Beneath That Ancient Roof": The House as Symbol 7. "Eve's Sharp Apple": Five Transgressing Women... 8. "The Perilous Synthesis" Sacred and Profane Love in... Thrones, Dominations / REFLECTIONS 9. Even the Parrot Knows Better... 10. "A Bloomsbury Blue-Stocking"... 11. Images of Judaism and Anti-Semitism... 12. "Cat o' Mary" 13. Why We Honor the Centenary of Dorothy L. Sayers... Nancy-Lou Patterson taught at the U. of Waterloo from 1962 until 1992 and was an active artist, poet, fiction writer, and Inklings scholar.< Less

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