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The Armchair Detective: Great Tales of Crime and Detection
The Armchair Detective Great Tales of Crime and Detection
Author: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Arthur B. Reeve, Dickson Carr, Ellery Queen, Dashiell Hammett, Erle Stanley Gardner, Robert Hart Davis, Raymond Chandler, Brett Halliday, Orson Welles, Leslie Charteris, John Creasey, Peter Haining
Contents: — 1. Sherlock Holmes in The Adventure of the Tree Garridebs, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle — 2. Craig Kennedy in The Death Cry, by Arthur B. Reeve — 3. Colonel March in The Footprint in the Sky, by Dickson Carr — 4. Ellery Queen in The Adventure of the Emperor's Dice by Ellery Queen — 5. Sam Spade in Too Many Have Lived by Dashiell Hammett — 6. ...  more »
ISBN-13: 9781857971071
ISBN-10: 1857971078
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Publisher: Orion
Book Type: Paperback
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1. Sherlock Holmes in The Adventure of the Tree Garridebs, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

2. Craig Kennedy in The Death Cry, by Arthur B. Reeve

3. Colonel March in The Footprint in the Sky, by Dickson Carr

4. Ellery Queen in The Adventure of the Emperor's Dice by Ellery Queen

5. Sam Spade in Too Many Have Lived by Dashiell Hammett

6. Perry Mason in The Case of the Irate Witness, by Erle Stanley Gardner

7. Charlie Chan in Walk Softly, Strangler, by Robert Hart Davis

8. Philip Marlowe in Marlowe Takes on the Syndicate, by Raymond Chandler

9. Mike Shayne in Not-Tonight-Danger by Brett Halliday

10. Harry Lime in It's in the Bag, by Orson Welles

11. The Saint in The Smart Detective, by Leslie Charteris

12. Gideon in Gideon and the Chestnut Vendor, by John Creasey

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