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Dark is the Clue By E. R. Punshon
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'Dark is the Clue' is the third-to-last mystery featuring E. R. Punshon’s popular series sleuth Bobby Owen. As we’ve come to expect from Bobby Owen’s cases, what begins as a... More > straightforward police investigation soon turns into a mystery of myriad proportions. Though ably assisted by the local man on the case, Superintendent Kimms, it is Bobby Owen who wields his superior sleuthing skills to remove the veils of secrecy and subterfuge which have hidden an old crime and inspired a new one.< Less
Documentary Evidence By E. R. Punshon
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Originally published in 1936 under the pseudonym Robertson Halket, 'Documentary Evidence' is E. R. Punshon’s take on the ‘dossier novel’, a crime mystery where the reader is... More > presented with a host of different documents relating to a crime case which must be read through and interpreted in order to solve the mystery. Now, for the first time in eighty years, E. R. Punshon’s dossier novel is returned to print for modern audiences.< Less
The House of Godwinsson By E. R. Punshon
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Bobby Owen leaves his Scotland Yard desk work to inspect a corpse at a hospital mortuary, because, for some mysterious reason, amongst Joseph Parsons’ effects is a detailed map of the London... More > flat which Bobby and his wife Olive have recently rented. The fact that Parsons had died from a bullet wound gives Bobby Owen a good incentive to identify the man, not to mention tracking down his slayer. Parsons’ body was discovered in Angel Alley in London’s East End. But what has that district to do with the esteemed country gentleman Colonel Godwinsson, his sons, and his god-daughter Lady Geraldine Rafe? And where does the vicious gangster Cyrus King and his mob fit into the picture? It doesn’t take Bobby Owen long to begin to unravel the mystery and to stir up a veritable hornets’ nest of intrigue. This is the 25th novel in the Bobby Owen series.< Less
Strange Ending By E. R. Punshon
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Commander Bobby Owen had been on assignment in the United States when the 'Banquet Murder' was committed in one of the flats at No.7, Mayfair Crescent, London. Hugh Newton was found dressed in a... More > chef's cap and apron, with his mouth stuffed full of feathers. Evidence in the flat showed he had been preparing an extraordinary meal for two. Bobby Owen is intrigued by the unsolved case and reopens investigations. Apart from the culinary angle, Owen's suspicions are aroused by other residents of the flats at No.7. There is Peter Pyne, now resident in the flat where the murder was committed. And then there’s the basement resident, Jasper Jordan, the legally-astute leader of a small Nihilist group, and locally infamous as a trouble-maker, especially when he’s confronted by the police. And there is also a mysterious young lady who is hanging around the flats. Owen has his work cut out for him, but his renowned investigatorial skills soon come to the fore. This is the 31st book in the Bobby Owen series.< Less

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