MARY REVIEWS GOLDEN AGE MYSTERIES

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From Mystery*File

HERBERT ADAMS
Death Of A Viewer

JOHN KENDRICK BANGS
R. Holmes & Co

ROBERT BARR
Revenge!

SAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS
Average Jones stories

JOHN BUCHAN
Greenmantle
The Three Hostages

MILES BURTON
Beware Your Neighbour
The Secret of High Eldersham

WADSWORTH CAMP
The Abandoned Room

OCTAVUS ROY COHEN
Midnight

S.S. VAN DINE
The Scarab Murder Case

ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
Round The Fire Stories

J.S. FLETCHER
The Safety Pin

HULBERT FOOTNER
Murder Runs In The Family

R. AUSTIN FREEMAN
The Cat's Eye
The Jacob Street Mystery
Mr Polton Explains
The Shadow of the Wolf
A Silent Witness
The Stoneware Monkey

HERBERT JENKINS
Malcolm Sage, Detective

WILLIAM MAGNAY
The Hunt Ball Mystery

A. E. W. MASON
At The Villa Rose

RANDALL PARRISH
The Case and the Girl

EDEN PHILLPOTTS
The Red Redmaynes

CATHERINE LOUISA PIRKIS
The Experiences of Loveday Brooke, Lady Detective (Collection)

MELVILLE DAVISSON POST
The Sleuth of St. James Square

E. R. PUNSHON
The Bittermeads Mystery

MARY ROBERTS RINEHART
The Bat
When A Man Marries

MELVIN L. SEVERY
The Darrow Enigma

LOUIS TRACY
Number Seventeen
The Postmaster's Daughter
The Strange Case of Mortimer Fenley


EDGAR WALLACE
The Clue of the Twisted Candle
The Daffodill Mystery

ETHEL LINA WHITE
The Spiral Staircase aka Some Must Watch

ISRAEL ZANGWELL
The Big Bow Mystery

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From Criminal History

S.S. VAN DINE
The Benson Murder Case

L. T. MEADE & ROBERT EUSTACE
A Master of Mysteries

EDGAR WALLACE
The Angel of Terror

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From The American Culture

SAPPER
Ronald Standish (Collection)

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From The Rap Sheet

ETHEL LINA WHITE
Some Must Watch

From Patricia Abbott's Forgotten Books

J. J. BELL
Till The Clock Stops

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MARY'S ESSAYS ABOUT GOLDEN AGE MYSTERIES

In Praise of Golden Age Mysteries at The Cozy Library.

Raffles at Steve Lewis' online Mystery*File (The Crime Fiction Research Journal).

The stories about the gentleman burglar and Bunny, his devoted accomplice, were written by E.W. Hornung around the turn of the last century. Take a trip back in time as Mary retells their criminal history, and how redemption came at the end.