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Classic Mysteries

Les Blatt, 2014

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Classic Mysteries
Classic Mysteries

Classic Mysteries

Les Blatt, 2014

24
Followers
32
Plays
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Short reviews of classic mystery novels and stories that are worth reading and re-reading

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"The Allingham Minibus," by Margery Allingham

An eclectic selection of short stories by Margery Allingham. A few star her usual sleuth, Albert Campion, but all are entertaining, provocative and witty.

4 MIN1 d ago
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"The Allingham Minibus," by Margery Allingham

"The Chinese Orange Mystery," by Ellery Queen

Madness? Or was there a pattern to "the crime that was backward"?

5 MIN1 w ago
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"The Chinese Orange Mystery," by Ellery Queen

"Nine Times Nine", by Anthony Boucher

The charismatic cult leader was seen through a window apparently murdering his victim - but when police broke in, only the body of his victim was there.

6 MIN2 w ago
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"Nine Times Nine", by Anthony Boucher

"Death Has Deep Roots," by Michael Gilbert

As a Resistance fighter, Victoria Lamartine escaped from the Gestapo during World War II. Would she now escape from a charge of murder?

5 MIN3 w ago
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"Death Has Deep Roots," by Michael Gilbert

"Murder in the Mill-Race," by E.C.R. Lorac

Why were the town's residents so determined not to reveal the secrets about Sister Monica to the strangers investigating the murder?

5 MINOCT 6
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"Murder in the Mill-Race," by E.C.R. Lorac

"The Mystery of the Peacock's Eye," by Brian Flynn

Royalty, blackmail - and murder in a dentist's chair.

6 MINOCT 5
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"The Mystery of the Peacock's Eye," by Brian Flynn

"The Christmas Card Crime," Martin Edwards, ed.

Martin Edwards selects eleven classic short mystery stories, most from the Golden Age of English Detective Fiction, to provide some sinister holiday fare.

7 MINSEP 28
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"The Christmas Card Crime," Martin Edwards, ed.

"A Puzzle for Fools," by Patrick Quentin

Hearing a warning of murder can be unnerving. Hearing it in your own voice could push you into insanity.

4 MINSEP 23
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"A Puzzle for Fools," by Patrick Quentin

"The Case of the Fighting Soldier," by Christopher Bush

Did tension between regular army officers and "fighting" officers lead to murder?

5 MINSEP 16
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"The Case of the Fighting Soldier," by Christopher Bush

"Death in Dark Glasses," by George Bellairs

It began with a minor embezzlement - but it ended in multiple murders.

5 MINSEP 9
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"Death in Dark Glasses," by George Bellairs

Latest Episodes

"The Allingham Minibus," by Margery Allingham

An eclectic selection of short stories by Margery Allingham. A few star her usual sleuth, Albert Campion, but all are entertaining, provocative and witty.

4 MIN1 d ago
Comments
"The Allingham Minibus," by Margery Allingham

"The Chinese Orange Mystery," by Ellery Queen

Madness? Or was there a pattern to "the crime that was backward"?

5 MIN1 w ago
Comments
"The Chinese Orange Mystery," by Ellery Queen

"Nine Times Nine", by Anthony Boucher

The charismatic cult leader was seen through a window apparently murdering his victim - but when police broke in, only the body of his victim was there.

6 MIN2 w ago
Comments
"Nine Times Nine", by Anthony Boucher

"Death Has Deep Roots," by Michael Gilbert

As a Resistance fighter, Victoria Lamartine escaped from the Gestapo during World War II. Would she now escape from a charge of murder?

5 MIN3 w ago
Comments
"Death Has Deep Roots," by Michael Gilbert

"Murder in the Mill-Race," by E.C.R. Lorac

Why were the town's residents so determined not to reveal the secrets about Sister Monica to the strangers investigating the murder?

5 MINOCT 6
Comments
"Murder in the Mill-Race," by E.C.R. Lorac

"The Mystery of the Peacock's Eye," by Brian Flynn

Royalty, blackmail - and murder in a dentist's chair.

6 MINOCT 5
Comments
"The Mystery of the Peacock's Eye," by Brian Flynn

"The Christmas Card Crime," Martin Edwards, ed.

Martin Edwards selects eleven classic short mystery stories, most from the Golden Age of English Detective Fiction, to provide some sinister holiday fare.

7 MINSEP 28
Comments
"The Christmas Card Crime," Martin Edwards, ed.

"A Puzzle for Fools," by Patrick Quentin

Hearing a warning of murder can be unnerving. Hearing it in your own voice could push you into insanity.

4 MINSEP 23
Comments
"A Puzzle for Fools," by Patrick Quentin

"The Case of the Fighting Soldier," by Christopher Bush

Did tension between regular army officers and "fighting" officers lead to murder?

5 MINSEP 16
Comments
"The Case of the Fighting Soldier," by Christopher Bush

"Death in Dark Glasses," by George Bellairs

It began with a minor embezzlement - but it ended in multiple murders.

5 MINSEP 9
Comments
"Death in Dark Glasses," by George Bellairs
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