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by Jim Finch,Joseph Green

Author: Jim Finch,Joseph Green
Subcategory: Writing Research & Publishing Guides
Language: English
Publisher: Scolar Pr; First Edition edition (May 1, 1997)
Pages: 850 pages
Category: Reference
Rating: 4.6
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Green, Joseph, 1920-; Finch, Jim, 1930 . Detective and mystery stories, Detectives in literature.

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This reference work on British and American crime, mystery and adventure fiction in English contains 7,000 entries, listed alphabetically by detective, providing information about sleuths, their sidekicks and their rivals. A broad definition of detective is used encompassing Batman, Sherlock Holmes, James Bond, Nero Wolfe and Hercule Poirot. You may also be interested in these fine selections.

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Sleuths, sidekicks and stooges. an annotated bibliography of detectives, their assistants and their rivals in crime, mystery and adventure fiction, 1795-1995. Published 1997 by Scolar Press, Ashgate Publishing Co. in Aldershot, Eng, Brookfield, Vt. Written in English. Bibliography, Detective and mystery stories, Detectives in literature.

This reference work on British and American crime, mystery and adventure fiction in English contains 7,000 entries, listed alphabetically by detective, providing information about sleuths, their sidekicks and their rivals.

Sleuths, Sidekicks and Stooges: An Annotated Bibliography of Detectives, Their Assistants and Their Rivals in Crime, Mystery and Adventure Fiction 1795-1995. Aldershot, England: Scolar Press, 1997. Murder for Pleasure: The Life and Times of the Detective Story. New York: D. Appleton-Century C. 1943. Herbert, Rosemary, ed.

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Test your detective skills with these riddles. Bright Side found several brainteasers that only a few people can figure out. Test your detective skills with these riddles. Riddle № 1. Jailbreak. Jack is placed in a cell with a dirt floor and only one window positioned so high no one could reach it. The cell is empty except for a shovel. It’s dry and hot in there, but Jack won’t get any food or drink anytime soon. He has only 2 days to break out of the jail.

This reference work on British and American crime, mystery and adventure fiction in English contains 7,000 entries, listed alphabetically by detective, providing information about sleuths, their sidekicks and their rivals. A broad definition of detective is used encompassing Batman, Sherlock Holmes, James Bond, Nero Wolfe and Hercule Poirot.