DR THORNDYKE MYSTERY BOOKS: four gripping golden age detective novels R. Austin Freeman

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Published: October 20th 2014

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DR THORNDYKE MYSTERY BOOKS: four gripping golden age detective novels  by  R. Austin Freeman

DR THORNDYKE MYSTERY BOOKS: four gripping golden age detective novels by R. Austin Freeman
October 20th 2014 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | | ISBN: | 3.34 Mb

DISCOVER THE DR THORNDYKE MYSTERIES FROM THE GOLDEN AGE OF CLASSIC DETECTIVE FICTION“This man Austin Freeman is a wonderful performer. He has no equal in his genre.” Raymond Chandler“The first four books featuring Dr Thorndyke, a detective in theMore DISCOVER THE DR THORNDYKE MYSTERIES FROM THE GOLDEN AGE OF CLASSIC DETECTIVE FICTION“This man Austin Freeman is a wonderful performer. He has no equal in his genre.” Raymond Chandler“The first four books featuring Dr Thorndyke, a detective in the spirit of Sherlock Holmes. Classic mystery novels which will give you hours of entertainment.”Includes 4 complete books:THE RED THUMB MARKJOHN THORNDYKES CASESTHE EYE OF OSIRISTHE MYSTERY OF 31 NEW INN-Illustrated throughout with all the original illustrations and diagrams-Complete, unabridged, and formatted for kindle to improve your reading experience-Linked table of contents to reach your book quicklyPRAISE FOR THE RED THUMB MARK“I wouldnt be surprised if the creators of the television shows Columbo, Quincy, M.E.

and the various incarnations of CSI all, at some point earlier in their lives, read and fell in love with The Red Thumb Mark. Reading for the first time R. Austin Freemans detective novel, first published in 1907, is like discovering the wellspring of every subsequent book, film and television show in which a detective uses innovative scientific or medical techniques to solve a crime.” Daniel“Mr.

Freeman is a past-master of the gradual, cumulative art of mystifying. The facts he keeps casually mentioning become a maze of criminal cunning. At the moment of his own choosing he discloses a plan of admirable symmetry.” Times Literary SupplementTHE EYE OF OSIRIS“London, late 1890s, early 1900s, science, murder mystery, Egyptian antiquities, Dr. John Thorndyke (no Holmesian addictions) as a professor of medicine and pathological sleuth. Whats not to like? And a little to learn about murder, the problem of survivorship, a bit of a love story, too” Karen SJOHN THORNDYKE’S CASES“A kind of Edwardian London CSI.

It appealed to my scientific mind. Essentially a collection of short stories featuring the remarkable deductive powers of Dr Thorndyke.” JackTHE MYSTERY OF 31 NEW INN“Good mystery! Thorndyke reminds me a lot of Hercule Poirot or Sherlock Holmes. Hes very smart but wants his assistants (and readers) to come to their own conclusions. The twist at the end may surprise you, but John Thorndyke is never surprised.” Becki



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