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The Spectacles of Mr. Cagliostro TPB By Harry Stephen Keeler
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Trade paperback. One of the most amazing portrayals of life in an insane asylum of the early 20th century, this 1924 masterpiece may be partly autobiographical.
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'.
Brought to Light By E.R. Punshon
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'Brought To Light' is the 32nd novel by E. R. Punshon to feature Bobby Owen of Scotland Yard.
Death Takes the Joystick TPB By Phillip Conde
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Trade Paperback. Phillip Conde wrote several mysteries involving aircraft and this 1937 potboiler is one of his best. Lots of death-dealing dope action and aeronautical thrills.
Murder in Black & White By Evelyn Elder
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Hardcover. When architect / amateur artist Sam Horder takes a vacation at Chateau St. Andre he has no idea that the game of tennis — not lawn tennis — would... More > play such a major role in his future. But when a tennis player is shot dead and the gunshot is found to be from an impossible angle — near the Tower Pantaloon — Horder finds himself embroiled in a mystery that threatens more victims, including Sam himself. He’ll have to use all of his architectural and artistic skills to merely stay alive. This classic Mediterranean whodunnit from 1931 features the artwork of Austin Blomfield and is in print again for the first time in decades.< Less
Murder in Black & White TPB By Evelyn Elder
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Trade paperback. When architect / amateur artist Sam Horder takes a vacation at Chateau St. Andre he has no idea that the game of tennis — not lawn... More > tennis — would play such a major role in his future. But when a tennis player is shot dead and the gunshot is found to be from an impossible angle — near the Tower Pantaloon — Horder finds himself embroiled in a mystery that threatens more victims, including Sam himself. He’ll have to use all of his architectural and artistic skills to merely stay alive. This classic Mediterranean whodunnit from 1931 features the artwork of Austin Blomfield and is in print again for the first time in decades.< Less
I, Chameleon By Harry Keeler
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Hardcover. Only webwork master Harry Stephen Keeler could have written this tour-de-force of role-playing. The narrator is a “chameleon” who changes his name and identity at... More > will—yet somehow manages to bring it off each time. The story is told in the first person by the Chameleon so you, the reader, get to follow him as he tries to see that mysterious lunatic Gilrick Sandringham is returned safely to the asylum. If that’s what he’s trying to do! He’s also looking for true love (in all the wrong places) with the only woman in the world for him, a mother superior of a nunnery. Can one Harry Stephen Keeler wrap this juggernaut up in a logical and satisfying way? You bet he can! This 326-page trade paperback contains the complete text of THE MYSTERIOUS MR. I and THE CHAMELEON.< Less
The Skull of the Waltzing Clown TPB By Harry Stephen Keeler
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Trade paperback. A classic from 1934 about Pau-ho, the Hawaiian drug that causes amnesia for six weeks, and the desperate men who take advantage of it.
A To Izzard By Fender Tucker
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The hardcover edition of a collection of writings about, by and in the style of Harry Stephen Keeler. This is the official "companion" book to the Chicago author who defined the genre,... More > webwork mysteries.< Less
A To Izzard TPB By Fender Tucker
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Trade paperback. A collection of writings about, by and in the style of Harry Stephen Keeler. This is the official 'companion' book to the Chicago author who defined the genre, webwork mysteries.