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Reviews by bhold

The Seven Secrets

by William le Queux

As a fan of the genre, this book was an extremely disappointing read for me. It sets a new low-water mark for how bad a book can be. Slow, tedious, and ridiculous.

Reviewed on 2015.09.20

The End of Her Honeymoon

by Marie Belloc Lowndes

About midway through the book, I was fully wrapped up in the plot - a very intriguing "missing person" mystery. From there things go downhill and ultimately collapse into a nonsensical ending. If I could rate this book in two halves, I would give 5 stars and 1 star.

Reviewed on 2015.09.13

The Deaves Affair

by Hulbert Footner

A young man intervenes to protect an eccentric elderly gentleman during a public disruption. He soon finds himself employed by the old man's family as both bodyguard and investigator in a blackmail case. A decent mystery yarn intertwined with an extremely heavy romantic interest.

Reviewed on 2015.09.12

The Four Just Men

by Edgar Wallace

I really enjoyed it - great plot, plenty of suspense. Unfortunately some of the characters and their dialog are dry as chalk dust, so 4 stars instead of 5.

Reviewed on 2015.09.09

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