Weekend at Thrackley by Alan Melville

Jim Henderson is at quite a loose end when he receives an invitation from Edwin Carson to Thrackley for a weekend party. While having no recollection of this gentleman, Jim does know a free weekend is nothing to scoff at. Rounding out the guest list are Jim’s friend the Honourable Freddie Usher, siblings Marilyn and …

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Portrait of a Murderer

"Adrian Gray was born in May 1862 and met his death through violence, at the hands of one of his own children, at Christmas, 1931. The crime was instantaneous and unpremeditated, and the murderer was left staring from the weapon on the table to the dead man in the shadow of the tapestry curtains, not …

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Murder in the Mill-Race by E.C.R. Lorac

Sister Monica was many things.  The Warden of Gramarye Children’s Home, she took in and trained delinquent young women as domestics, she collected vast amounts of money for the village charities. According to everyone in the village of Milham on the Moor she was a saint. So why did someone bash her in the back of …

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