The floating admiralby Agatha Christie • Dorothy L Sayers • Anthony Berkeley • Freeman Wills Crofts • G. K Chesterton • Detection Club
Who killed Admiral Penistone, and sent him drifting down the river in the Vicar's dinghy? This is a detection story by twelve members of Britain's Detection Club, each writing a chapter, and none of them knowing the solution. Includes Agatha Christie.... MoreLanguage: ENGCopyright: 1988
Six Against the Yard (The Detection Club)by Agatha Christie • Margery Allingham • Anthony Berkeley • Freeman Wills Crofts • Ronald Knox • Russell Thorndike • The Detection Club
Six “perfect murders” by Margery Allingham, Dorothy L. Sayers, and other Golden Age Mystery authors of the Detection Club—plus an essay by Agatha Christie. Founded in England in the 1930s, the Detection Club brought together an impressive array of Golden Age Mystery authors. Their projects includ... MoreLanguage: ENGCopyright: 1936
Ask a Policeman (The Detection Club)by Agatha Christie • Dorothy L. Sayers • Martin Edwards • Helen Simpson • Anthony Berkeley • Gladys Mitchell • The Detection Club • John Rhode • Milward Kennedy
With “a touch of genius,” this round-robin mystery follow-up to The Floating Admiral features famous detectives including Lord Peter Wimsey (The Times Literary Supplement). Following the success of The Floating Admiral, in which certain members of the Detection Club—including Agatha Christie, Doro... MoreLanguage: ENGCopyright: 1933
The Floating Admiral (The Detection Club)by Agatha Christie • Edgar Jepson • Dorothy L. Sayers • Anthony Berkeley • Freeman Wills Crofts • Ronald Knox • Henry Wade • Clemence Dane • M. Cole • The Detection Club • John Rhode • Milward Kennedy • G. K. Chesterton • Canon Victor Whitechurch • G. D. H.
It’s “great fun” when a baker’s dozen of Golden Age authors collaborate on a whodunit—including Agatha Christie, Dorothy L. Sayers, and G. K. Chesterton (The Guardian). Originally published in 1931, The Floating Admiral is a classic literary collaboration by members of the Detection Club, in whic... MoreLanguage: ENGCopyright: 1932