Reviews by cal

The Late Tenant

by Louis Tracy

About as complex as a bowl of cornflakes BUT I loved it. Set in London with A ghost who leaves the scent of violets, a damsel in distress, and a handsome, clean-cut American hero. Plenty of action and lots of misunderstandings and near disasters. Enjoy!

Reviewed on 2011.11.28

The Exploits of Juve

by Marcel Allain

Exciting from start to finish. Like being on a roller coaster ride. Edgier than English myteries of the period. Fantomas is not 'gentleman thief'; rather sociopathic criminal mastermind. You keep reading to see what he'll think of next.


Reviewed on 2011.11.26

The Girl at Central

by Geraldine Bonner

Ethnic slurs plus violates one of the sacred rules of mystery writing.

Reviewed on 2011.11.16

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