DETECTIVE MYSTERIES Ultimate Collection: 48 Novels & Detective Tales in One Volume: That Affair Next Door, Lost Man's Lane, The Circular Study, The Mill ... Wife, The House of the Whispering Pines…
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DETECTIVE MYSTERIES Ultimate Collection: 48 Novels & Detective Tales in One Volume: That Affair Next Door, Lost Man’s Lane, The Circular Study, The Mill … Wife, The House of the Whispering Pines…
This unique edition of carefully collected detective mysteries has been formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. That Affair Next Door Lost Man’s Lane The Circular Study The Leavenworth Case A Strange Disappearance X Y Z: A Detective Story Hand and Ring The Mill Mystery The Forsaken Inn Cynthia Wakeham’s Money Agatha Webb One of My Sons The Filigree Ball The Millionaire Baby The Chief Legatee’ The Woman in the Alcove The Mayor’s Wife The House of the Whispering Pines Three Thousand Dollars Initials Only Dark Hollow The Mystery of the Hasty Arrow The Old Stone House and Other Stories A Memorable Night The Black Cross A Mysterious Case Shall He Wed Her? A Difficult Problem The Gray Madam The Bronze Hand Midnight in Beauchamp Row The Staircase at the Hearts Delight The Hermit of ——— Street Room Number 3 The Ruby and the Caldron The Little Steel Coils The Amethyst Box The Thief The House in the Mist The Golden Slipper The Second Bullet An Intangible Clue The Grotto Spectre The Dreaming Lady The House of Clocks The Doctor, His Wife, and The Clock Missing: Page Thirteen … Anna Katharine Green (1846-1935) was an American poet and novelist. Green has been called "the mother of the detective novel". Her main character was detective Ebenezer Gryce of the New York Metropolitan Police Force, but in three novels he is assisted by the nosy society spinster Amelia Butterworth, the prototype for Miss Marple. She also invented the ‘girl detective’: in the character of Violet Strange, a debutante with a secret life as a sleuth. Indeed, as journalist Kathy Hickman writes, Green "stamped the mystery genre with the distinctive features that would influence writers from Agatha Christie and Conan Doyle to contemporary authors of suspenseful "whodunits". She was one of the first writers of detective fiction in America and distinguished herself by writing well plotted, legally accurate stories.