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    (EBOOK/EPUB) Continental Crimes Netgalley Arc received by the Publisher Poisoned Pen Press in exchange for an honest review crime writers had long understood that foreign settings fascinated their readers People who had little or no prospect of ever being able to afford to travel extensively took pleasure in experiencing something of the appeal of exotic locales while devouring a good mystery this was so even in the Victorian and Edwardian erasHere you have a book to e

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    FREE DOWNLOAD Continental Crimes (EBOOK/EPUB) Continental Crimes Another interesting collection of largely Golden Age mystery stories edited by Martin Edwards this time featuring British tourists travelers or detectives with at least part of the action occurring on the continent rather than enti

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    (EBOOK/EPUB) Continental Crimes 35Continental Crimes is a collection of classic crimemystery short stories edited by Martin EdwardsSome of the stories were really interesting but some dragged on and fell shortI specially liked the first story The New Catacomb by A

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    FREE DOWNLOAD Continental Crimes (EBOOK/EPUB) Continental Crimes Martin Edwards Ü 1 FREE DOWNLOAD As editor Martin Edward explains in his introduction to this anthology there is a prevalent but mistaken impressio

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    (EBOOK/EPUB) Continental Crimes The Brits abroadThis is another in the British Library's series of anthologies of vintage crime stories edited by Martin Edwards This time the focus is on Continental Europe as the authors take us to casinos in Monte Carlo catacombs in Rome castles on the Rhine in search of the usual murder mystery and mayhem To be clear this is British auth

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    READ & DOWNLOAD ì PADDINGTONFESTIVAL.CO.UK Ü Martin Edwards Martin Edwards Ü 1 FREE DOWNLOAD (EBOOK/EPUB) Continental Crimes I received an e ARC of this collection of short mystery stories through NetGalley and Poisoned Pen Press This book is part of the British Library Crime Classics series Thank you for the opportunity to read this collection35 starsOne of the interesting aspects of this collection of short stories featuring crime scenes taki

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    (EBOOK/EPUB) Continental Crimes FREE DOWNLOAD Continental Crimes This is another wonderful collection of short stories edited by Martin Edwards It’s a well compiled and very broad variety of mysteries Some rely on their setting for a solution and others are just your ordinary mystery set in another country It was very enjoyable On the stories themselves The New Catacomb The Secret Garden The Ten Frank Counter Petit Jean The Long Dinner rely the most on their foreign setting They just wouldn’t work an

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    (EBOOK/EPUB) Continental Crimes Martin Edwards Ü 1 FREE DOWNLOAD FREE DOWNLOAD Continental Crimes There is a lot of really good material in this book even though some of it appears rather dated

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    Martin Edwards Ü 1 FREE DOWNLOAD READ & DOWNLOAD ì PADDINGTONFESTIVAL.CO.UK Ü Martin Edwards FREE DOWNLOAD Continental Crimes Great little collection from some of the biggest names from the Golden Age of British Crime and Mystery writing It is an amazing feat to be able to cram character plot location atomsphere clues murder or mystery plus the solving all in such a few short pages without the reader feeling short changed Superb writing

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    (EBOOK/EPUB) Continental Crimes Continental Crimes is the latest anthology in the hugely popular British Library Crime Classics series and it is yet another cracking collection of fiendishly good mystery stories The theme of this anthology is ‘

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Martin Edwards Ü 1 FREE DOWNLOAD FREE DOWNLOAD Ú Continental Crimes A man is forbidden to uncover the secret of the tower in a fairy tale castle by the Rhine A headless corpse is found in a secret garden in Paris – belonging to the city’s chief of police And a drowned man is fished from the sea off the Italian Riviera leaving the carabinieri t. Netgalley Arc received by the Publisher Poisoned Pen Press in exchange for an honest review crime writers had long understood that foreign settings fascinated their readers People who had little or no prospect of ever being able to afford to travel extensively took pleasure in experiencing something of the appeal of exotic locales while devouring a good mystery this was so even in the Victorian and Edwardian erasHere you have a book to enlighten as well as to entertain In this collection of British vintage crime stories dating from the 1890s to the 1960s we are leaving parochial England behind visiting continental settings such as France Germany Italy Belgium and The collection includes 14 short stories by well known authors such as Arthur Conan Doyle Agatha Christie GK Chesterton and Arnold Bennett and to me at least less familiar writers like J Jefferson Farjeon H de Vere Stacpoole F Tennyson Jesse alThe book starts with a concise but interesting introduction by the editor Martin Edwards about the history of British crime fiction writers borrowing continental locations for some of their works As a big plus we are offered a short commentary about the author and the story at the beginning of each piece which I found very helpful for getting the right perspective Despite it being an anthology of crime fiction I don t really take any risks by calling it lovely and recommend the stories as an easy read for the summer and for all seasons

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Continental Crimes

Martin Edwards Ü 1 FREE DOWNLOAD FREE DOWNLOAD Ú Continental Crimes Ls and crumbling chateaux – to explore timeless themes of revenge deception murder and hauntingIncluding lesser known stories by Agatha Christie Arthur Conan Doyle GK Chesterton J Jefferson Farjeon and other classic writers this collection reveals many hidden gems of British cri. Great little collection from some of the biggest names from the Golden Age of British Crime and Mystery writing It is an amazing feat to be able to cram character plot location atomsphere clues murder or mystery plus the solving all in such a few short pages without the reader feeling short changed Superb writing I take my hat off to them Sheer geniusToast

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Martin Edwards Ü 1 FREE DOWNLOAD FREE DOWNLOAD Ú Continental Crimes O wonder why his socialite friends at the Villa Almirante are so unconcerned by his deathThese are three of the scenarios in this new collection of vintage crime stories Detective stories from the golden age and beyond have used European settings – cosmopolitan cities rural idyl. I received an e ARC of this collection of short mystery stories through NetGalley and Poisoned Pen Press This book is part of the British Library Crime Classics series Thank you for the opportunity to read this collection35 starsOne of the interesting aspects of this collection of short stories featuring crime scenes taking place in locations other than standard British areas was how many of the authors I was not familiar with If you enjoy trying out the writings of new authors these short stories might give you new avenues of exploration I enjoyed most of the stories so would give the collection a 35 star rating it was too good for just three neutral stars but not uite enough to round up to four so I was stuck in star rating limbo landThere are fourteen stories Here they are listed in the order in which they appear in the book with title and author plus any additional information I found most interesting to meThe New Catacomb by Arthur Conan Doyle written during the time when Holmes had died so this does not feature the famous pairA Bracelet at Bruges by Arnold BennettThe Secret Garden by G K Chesterton a Father Brown impossible storyThe Secret of the Magnifiue by E Phillip OppenheimPetit Jean by Ian HayThe Lover of St Lys by F Tennyson Jesse first appeared in a magazine in 1919Popeau Intervenes by Marie Belloc Lowndes created her Belgian ex policeman ex spy Hercules Popeau before Agatha Christie began writing about her own extremely similar character uite interesting don t you thinkThe Perfect Murder by Stacy Aumonier a favorite author for me Christopher Fowler states Aumonier s stories should be considered classics Story first appeared in The Strand magazine in 1926The Room in the Tower by J Jefferson FarjeonThe Ten Franc Counter by H de Vere Stacpoole first appeared in a magazine in 1926Have You Got Everything You Want By Agatha Christie main character is Parker Pyne with the initial appearance in 1933The Long Dinner by H C Bailey a Reggie Fortune story in a collection from 1935The Packet Boat Murder by Josephine BellVilla Almirante by Michael GilbertThere is definitely something here for most readers who have a decided fondness for the Classic Age of mystery novels Once again Martin Edwards has put together a themed collection this time to delight lovers of both short stories and continental European locations as well Refined Tastes Sugar Confectionery and Consumers in Nineteenth Century America The Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science just three neutral stars but not uite enough to round up to four so I was stuck in star rating limbo landThere are fourteen stories Here they are listed in the order in which they appear in the book with title and author plus any additional information I found most interesting to meThe New Catacomb by Arthur Conan Doyle written during the time when Holmes had died so this does not feature the famous pairA Bracelet at Bruges by Arnold BennettThe Secret Garden by G K Chesterton a Father Brown impossible storyThe Secret of the Magnifiue by E Phillip OppenheimPetit Jean by Ian HayThe Lover of St Lys by F Tennyson Jesse first appeared in a magazine in 1919Popeau Intervenes by Marie Belloc Lowndes created her Belgian ex policeman ex spy Hercules Popeau before Agatha Christie began writing about her own extremely similar character uite interesting don t you thinkThe Perfect Murder by Stacy Aumonier a favorite author for me Christopher Fowler states Aumonier s stories should be considered classics Story first appeared in The Strand magazine in 1926The Room in the Tower by J Jefferson FarjeonThe Ten Franc Counter by H de Vere Stacpoole first appeared in a magazine in 1926Have You Got Everything You Want By Agatha Christie main character is Parker Pyne with the initial appearance in 1933The Long Dinner by H C Bailey a Reggie Fortune story in a collection from 1935The Packet Boat Murder by Josephine BellVilla Almirante by Michael GilbertThere is definitely something here for most readers who have a decided fondness for the Classic Age of mystery novels Once again Martin Edwards has put together a themed collection this time to delight lovers of both short stories and continental European locations as well

  • Paperback
  • 352
  • Continental Crimes
  • Martin Edwards
  • English
  • 05 April 2018
  • 9780712356794