Whodunnit? : Utterly Baffling Detective Stories

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Unexplained disappearances, daring thefts, perplexing mysteries and the greatest sleuths of all time combine to make this a page-turning read. From Sherlock Holmes to Hercule Poirot, these detectives puzzle their way through a maze of alibis and motives in the very best of classic and contemporary crime fiction.It includes: "The Speckled Band" - Arthur Conan Doyle; "Cold Money" - Ellery Queen; "The Adventure of the Egyptian Tomb" - Agatha Christie; "Emil and the Detectives" - Erich Kastner; "The Inspiration of Mr Budd" - Dorothy L. Sayers; "From the Files of Inspector Craig" - Raymond Smullyan; "Butch Minds the Baby" - Damon Runyon; "Murder at St Oswald's" - Michael Underwood; "The Cross of Lorraine" - Isaac Asimov; "The Newdick Helicopter" - Leslie Charteris; "The One-Handed Murderer" - Italo Calvino; "The Little Mystery" - E. C. Bentley; "Fingerprinting a Ghost" - Tony Fletcher; "It's a Hard World" - Andrew Vachss; and "Maddened by Mystery" - Stephen Leacock.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 272 pages
  • 129 x 198 x 23mm | 267g
  • Kingfisher Books Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0753415305
  • 9780753415306
  • 436,583

About Philip Pullman

Philip Pullman is an award-winning, bestselling author. The His Dark Materials trilogy (Scholastic) has garnered critical acclaim throughout the world; the last volume, The Amber Spyglass, was the first children's book to be awarded the Whitbread Prize (in 2001). His other novels include The Ruby in the Smoke and Tiger in the Well (Viking). He lives in Oxford.
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